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Eclectic (adj.)

Because I think it’s a word high school students ought to know, here is a context clues worksheet on the adjective eclectic.

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Word Root Exercise: Cryo

Here is a short word root exercise on the Greek root cryo; it means cold.

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Cultural Literacy: Absolute Monarchy

Here is a Cultural Literacy worksheet on absolute monarchy which might be useful to social studies teachers. It’s designed to begin a class period and introduce, generally, the topic. 40 more words

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The Weekly Text, November 10, 2017

Last Wednesday, I fell down with a fever that persisted for three days. This prevented me from posting a Weekly Text on Friday; I’m pleased to return this week with  130 more words

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Declare (vt./vi.)

Here’s a context clues worksheet on the verb declare, which can be used both transitively and intransitively. In this worksheet it’s used both ways: sentences one and five use it intransitively, and sentences two, three and four use it transitively. 40 more words

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Word Root Exercise: Caust- and Caut-

If you’re teaching the Holocaust or related issues to your students, and you want to delve deeper into meaning of that Greek word, you might find  70 more words

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