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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. #DeadPoetsSociety #WaltWhitman

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FREE Project-Based Learning Materials for the English Classroom

Use self-directed, project-based learning in your English classroom. Lots of FREE forms and tips for a successful venture! #highschoolEnglish #middleschoolEnglish #projectbasedlearning #PBL

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Full Semester of Grammar, Proofreading Lessons to Quickly Improve Teen Writers

High school and middle school English – Bell-ringers and proofreading lessons to quickly improve teen writing #grammar #EnglishTeacher

Here's an idea: 10 words that English borrowed from Japanese. Tycoon, manga, and kawaii are some of the words borrowed from Japanese. Click to read more!

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Affect vs. Effect Grammar Rules

Commonly Misspelled Words

English pronunciation- "If you can pronounce correctly every word in this poem, you will be speaking English better than 90% of the native English speakers in the world."


English teacher’s parties…

The games get pretty crazy at English teachers' parties. Grammar Humor Pin the apostrophe on the ITS

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

[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.

So the i b4 e rule is really the exception, not the rule?! Sometimes I really hate u English language!