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Rogue (n)

OK, here’s one more post on a grey and quiet Saturday morning in Springfield, Massachusetts, to wit a context clues worksheet on the noun rogue… 46 more words

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Ritzy (adj)

Because it was Merriam-Webster’s word of the day yesterday, here is a context clues worksheet on the adjective ritzy today. While this is adjective is arguably vernacular, it is part of the grain of American English vernacular; ergo, I suppose, there is an argument to be made for teaching it as such, particularly to English Language Learners, for whom a teacher might want to make the… 45 more words

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Austerity (n) and Austere (adj)

Here are two context clues worksheets on the noun austerity and the adjective austere. I’m hard-pressed to imagine why high school students, especially seniors, whether college-bound or not, shouldn’t know these words. 54 more words

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Independent Practice: Johannes Kepler

If you teach social studies, or just want to induce a student interested in science to read something, this independent practice worksheet on Johannes Kepler… 44 more words

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Impromptu (adj)

If you need or want it–I do think this is a word high schoolers ought to know by their graduation–here is a context clues worksheet on the adjective… 41 more words

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