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alliteration (noun): Repetition of a sound beginning adjacent words. Word of the Day for 23 May 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #alliteration

alliteration - definition of alliteration in English from the Oxford dictionary

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REVISION COS YOU NEED TO BE CLEVER OKAY? #studyhard how to revise.. plan your time. revision timetable.. and other tips.

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William Shakespeare Memes - Google Search

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Never Discourage Anyone Who Continually Makes Progress, No Matter How Slow. ....Follow for "too-neat-not-to-keep" fun & free teaching stuff :)

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Shakespeare in Numbers//This would be fun to show my students when we read Hamlet later in the semester

The Bard by the Numbers

I need this for my classroom!!

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The future of the world is in your classroom today. #TeacherTruth #TeacherAppreciation

An Open Marketplace for Original Lesson Plans and Other Teaching Resources

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Back to School: Motivational Quotes for Students

BTS Quotes 11 Back to School: Motivational Quotes for Students

Back to School: Motivational Quotes for Students

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Dramatic Irony in Macbeth

DRAMATIC IRONY in Macbeth (William Shakespeare play). Video by Kevin Brookhouser.

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Macbeth: Character Map | CliffsNotes

Macbeth: Character Map | CliffsNotes

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"Out, Damn Spot..." Eraser

"Out, Damned Spot, Out, I Say!" Eraser. #Macbeth #Eraser


Take your students through the canon of American literature with dynamic, multimedia presentations.

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axiomatic \ ak-see-uh-MAT-ik \ , adjective; 1. pertaining to or of the nature of an axiom; self-evident; obvious. 2. aphoristic. - Timeline Photos | Facebook

Macbeth - Play Summary & Analysis by Thug Notes

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The Crumpled Piece of Paper

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funny teacher day school quotes - what is teacher see it and read it

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Funny Teacher Week Ecard: Teachers' jobs would be so much easier if parents would do theirs.

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You is a teacher.

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H is for Hamlet.

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The hyphen, the en-dash, and the em-dash #grammar #punctuation

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