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    Vintage Film Shows How the Oxford English Dictionary Was Made in 1925

    The most beautiful words in the English language

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

    The Oxford Comma (Infographic)

    Music Idioms.

    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."

    Free English Idiom Lesson: Idioms Using Jump

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    The 100 Most Beautiful Words in the English Language - Dr. Robert Beard

    Idioms about time

    This is awesome

    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

    You gotta love English.

    Why I Still Use the Oxford Comma

    First, next, then, last...(Who, what, where, when, why, how) HILARIOUS! Stop it at various points and predict....great!

    So ya see missy, it's more what you call a "guideline" than an actual rule. Welcome to the English language everyone.

    This resource includes 20 This or That Warm Ups with a total of 40 activities that review critical ELA skills. Each This or That Warm Up includes instruction (at the top of the worksheet) and then 2 choices for students to showcase their learning. After reviewing each choice, students can choose to do the “This” activity or the “That” activity. The choices promote engagement and tap into multiple learning styles

    These 37 FREE identity cards are designed to help students make personal connections with the victims of the Holocaust, and could be used before a novel study or a history lesson.

    Save 3 dollars when you purchase all of our introductory Shakespeare products together! This bundle includes our "Shakespeare’s Birthday Party" task cards and activities, colorful RAFT research cards, sonnets lesson plan, and iambic pentameter poster. 2 weeks of material! Grades 7-10. CCSS-Aligned. $

    In one version, students use Shakespeare’s language to hurl insults, poetry-slam style. In the other version, students try to flatter and impress using unique combinations of Shakespeare’s honeyed words. Two separate engaging and creative lessons.