Why do we add S to some words but ES to others? And when a word ends with Y, how do we know whether to change the Y to I before adding the plural suffix? And why on earth does knife become knives? You can unravel these mysteries with six simple rules.
Introduction to the French RevolutionStudents will build their own knowledge on the background of A Tale of Two Cities by preparing and presenting an entertaining and informative speech on a topic relevant to the French Revolution.This bundle includes:1.
Get your students engaged with literary conflict by using storyboards to teach them the important aspects of internal and external conflicts. Literary Conflict PowerPoint Presentation ♦ Character vs. Self ♦ Character vs. Character ♦ Character vs. Society/World ♦ Character vs. Nature ♦ Character vs. Technology/Machine
Use this visually stunning package of scene-by-scene questions covering William Shakespeare’s timeless tale, The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, to pull your students into the text and inspire them to think deeply about Shakespeare’s themes. #Hamlet