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    This resource teaches and reviews phrases. Participle phrases, gerunds, and appositives are all covered in this one document. The worksheets are written at different levels of Bloom's Taxonomy to help students identify, comprehend, analyze, and practice the different types of phrases.This is great for grammar and writing instruction$.

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    Includes Lecture Notes for Teacher and Guided Lecture Outline for Students. Using this worksheet, students will be able to understand what appositive phrases are, how they are used, when they are used, and how they influence writing and grammar. Student follow along the lecture using the guided notes and fill in the blanks.

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    Use the classic short story, “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell to teach your students the elements of literary analysis. A full three-day lesson plan will keep your students busy reading, writing, and thinking!