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The most beautiful words in the English language.

The most beautiful words in the English language

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Using Humor to Teach the Importance of English Class PPT

Using Humor to Demonstrate the Importance of English Class - the ultimate collection of "Grammar Fails" and other real-world errors that demonstrate to students the importance of proofreading and editing skills. $

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Poetry of Dead Poets Society, Analyze 3 Poems, Add Rigor to Film Study, Whitman

Add rigor to your students’ enjoyment of Dead Poets Society with these three separate lessons that focus on the poetry Mr. Keating presents to his students in the film. All work as stand-alone lessons, too!

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Poetry of Dead Poets Society, Analyze 3 Poems, Add Rigor to Film Study, Whitman

Add rigor to your students’ enjoyment of Dead Poets Society with these three separate lessons that focus on the poetry Mr. Keating presents to his students in the film. #DeadPoetsSociety #WaltWhitman

I don't know how common these words are in the typical 6th grade spoken or written vocabulary and I hope they never need to know the difference between flammable and inflammable but the infographic is still sort of neat.

THE FILM! Must see. Typeface (the film) poster for the Manchester UK screening. Hand drawn type etched into wood, individually inked up and printed by Daren Newman

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Affect vs. Effect Grammar Rules

Commonly Misspelled Words

[From St. Charles Public Library, Illinois] "I don't think there has been a film that I've done that hasn't been influenced by libraries and archives." Ken Burns, documentary filmmaker. Posted for Preservation Week 2012.

Known to Oxford scholars as “Bodley” or simply “the Bod”, The Bodleian Library serves as the main research library of Oxford University. Arts End was built in 1610-1613 and was the first English instance of book shelving being built along the walls, instead of in bays or lecterns jutting out from the walls. The windows at the end of this photo are part of another extension done in 1634 known as Seldon End. The Bodliean is one of the oldest and most beautiful academic libraries in the world.