English / Language Arts

This Lesson Is All Yours: Possessive Pronouns
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Capitalize This!
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Wait For It ... Ellipses!
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Absolute Perfection! Forming the Perfect Tense
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Pronoun Errors: Subjective and Objective
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Sentence Types: Simple, Compound, Complex
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Fact Vs. Opinion
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Basic Short Story Analysis
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Identifying the Narrative POV
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
What Makes A Poem A Poem?
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Identifying the Main Idea in Informational Texts
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Avoiding Sentence Errors: Fragments and Run-Ons
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Literary Devices: Euphemism, Paradox, Oxymoron, and Hyperbole
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Get Straight to the Point: Recognizing Main Ideas
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Interpreting Allusions: Dover Beach
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Positively Understanding Appositives
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Sentence Essentials
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Parentheses (Look Inside This Lesson!)
English / Language Arts | Intermediate (3-5)
Digraphs: 1 Sound, 2 Letters!
English / Language Arts | Primary (K-2)
Picture This!
Reading | Primary (K-2)
Silent Letters: We Can't Be Silent About Them!
English / Language Arts | Primary (K-2)
Dear Elephango Learner, A Comma Is Needed Here
English / Language Arts | Primary (K-2)
Paper Towels vs. Hand Dryers: An Argumentative Writing Study
English / Language Arts | High School (9-12)
Learn the Lingo of Poetry
Reading | High School (9-12)

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