Every year my Algebra 2 students get really confused by the whole "Left Bound / Right Bound" thing on the graphing calculator. This is especially true when finding zeros. I've found it really wordy trying to explain that Left and Right Bound will sometimes be above the x-axis and will sometimes be below it, so this year I am going to hand out the above reference sheet to help. If you think this sheet would help your students, you can find the file called "left bound right boun
Students have writing fun as they learn how to be concise.This 4-page printable activity includes an introductory page with explanations and examples of problems with wordiness, 40 examples of inflated commonly-used phrases that students improve with shorter phrases, and an answer key for teachers.
Inference with informational text task cards. Addresses CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.4.1. Help your students improve their inferencing skills, specifically with informational or non-fiction text, with the help of these task cards! Your students will have many opportunities to practice making inferences with this set of task cards.
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Have you been trying to teach your student to write summaries but feel you have been unsuccessful? Are your students struggling writing summaries? Are your students' summaries wordy or too long? This video/tutorial and product is just for you!*This is an 8-minute video that will take you and your class through the steps and techniques in writing a well-written summary.
So you thought that once you nailed the whole reading and writing thing you were in the clear, huh? Unfortunately, there are a host of confusing words that trip up even the most sentence-savvy adults. That’s why it’s best to learn them early (and often) to avoid forming bad grammar habits that are hard to unstick. Read on for a few of the most commonly confused words and helpful tips on how to...