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December 6, 2016

The warm up today is on verbs.


After the warm up we will be reviewing RACE.

RACE – Did you…..

R-restate the question where appropriate? 54 more words

Sophomore English

Reading tips from Scholastic

Scholastic, the publisher of so many children’s books, offers seven tips to increase reading opportunities for children on its website, http://www.scholastic.com/parents/resources/article/more-reading-resources/reading-tips-parents.  I have paraphrased them below. 282 more words

Methods Of Teaching Reading

Why are word problems so hard?

Before going any further, I have no answer for the question posed in the post title. If you have good research on this subject please share. 462 more words

November 29, 2016

Warmup   kinds-of-adjectives

After the warm up we will be reading a story.

Contents of a Dead Man’s Pocket

Audio book

Book orders are due 12-12-16.

Sophomore English

How to encourage multiple perspectives on a reading topic

When students take Advanced Placement (AP) courses, they must read and analyze several documents on a given topic.  Those documents come from various sources, such as diaries, government publications, laws, news reports, emails and speeches.  566 more words

Reading Comprehension

First blog post

The Ultimate Guide to Amazing English News

By Mia Joy D. Castillo

The Amazing English News is designed for adults and young adults, and combines a holistic approach to reading with a thorough treatment of high-frequency vocabulary words, idioms, and fixed expressions. 395 more words

Reading Comprehension