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Spelling Sound Pattern

Spelling Sound Pattern

Spelling Sound Pattern. -ame. c ame. f ame. g ame. l ame. n ame. Fred. s ame. t ame. bl ame. The children _____ to school. He had _____ as a dancer. We watched the football ________. The little girl’s leg was _______. We call him by his ________. Fred. The twins look the

By adamdaniel
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The Loveliest Flowers

The Loveliest Flowers

The Loveliest Flowers Based on a story told by Giselle Birch, aged 5 years.

By omer
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In the book Corduroy Ms. Kennally Second Grade March 7, 2014

In the book Corduroy Ms. Kennally Second Grade March 7, 2014

Story Elements In the book Corduroy Ms. Kennally Second Grade March 7, 2014 What is a character? A person, animal, or imaginary creature in your story Who are the characters in Corduroy ? Corduroy, the little girl Lisa, and her mother What is the setting? Where the story takes place

By Audrey
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The Penny

The Penny

The Penny This is a penny. It is worth 1 cent. Abraham Lincoln is on the penny. He was a president of the United States. This is Abraham Lincoln. If you look at his face you will see that he has a beard. His face looks just like the face on the penny.

By Audrey
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Gardasil 2008-09

Gardasil 2008-09

Gardasil 2008-09. Arthur W. Page Society . Agenda. Why pick Gardasil? Background Marketing & Communication Advertising campaign Present Issue Status Financial Impact Page Principles . Why pick Gardasil? . Wonderful opportunity to apply Page Principles to a “real world” crisis

By KeelyKia
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Point of View Practice

Point of View Practice

Point of View Practice. Narrative Perspective. Directions. We will read the passages. You will determine the point of view. Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper. Write at least one sentence explaining your answer. The Abominable Snowman By R.A. Montgomery.

By Gabriel
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By Joanne Whitley & Connie Campbell

By Joanne Whitley & Connie Campbell

Adjectives. By Joanne Whitley & Connie Campbell. ADJECTIVES. Adjectives tell about nouns . They usually answer 2 questions . HOW MANY?. WHAT KIND?. One sad little girl was in our class. HOW MANY?. WHAT KIND?. One sad little girl was in our class. One sad little girl was in our class.

By daniel_millan
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Mongolian Night Song

Mongolian Night Song

Mongolian Night Song. Little girl who tends the sheep, Brings them to the fold to sleep. Little lambs are bouncing by To their mothers’ bleating cry, underneath a starlit sky.

By Samuel
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Story Openings

Story Openings

Story Openings. Read through the following story openings and decide if they could be from a traditional story. Long, long ago in a faraway land there was a beautiful, big castle. Yes, this is an opening from a traditional story.

By daniel_millan
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Maplemont: The Sugar Maple Tree Industry of Vermont

Maplemont: The Sugar Maple Tree Industry of Vermont

Maplemont: The Sugar Maple Tree Industry of Vermont. By: Eileen Stoner. LCP archive: Image LS05917_000 was taken in Montpelier, VT. It shows a man with two draft horses taking sap from a sugar maple tree. Maple Syrup as an Icon.

By MikeCarlo
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Vocabulary :

Vocabulary :

Vocabulary :. Hedgehog Bakes a Cake. batter, buttery, perfect, recipe, smeared, yellow cake. Hedgehog Bakes a Cake. Read each vocabulary word and the definition. batter buttery perfect recipe smeared yellow cake. Click on each word to see the definition!. B. Take a Quiz ???. batter.

By salena
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Santa Claus Delivers Presents

Santa Claus Delivers Presents

Santa Claus Delivers Presents. Mrs. Claus. It is Christmas Eve and Mrs. Claus is sleeping in her rocking chair. Santa Writes a Letter. Santa writes a letter to Mrs. Claus. He says, " I love you, honey. I'll see you tomorrow morning. I have to deliver presents. ". Blows Out the Candle.

By sandra_john
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Lecture 2: Five Levels of Responsibility

Lecture 2: Five Levels of Responsibility

Lecture 2: Five Levels of Responsibility. Purpose Knowledge Recklessness Negligence Strict Liability. Purpose. The agent had the conscious object of producing the effect in question -- its realization formed some part of a plan successfully executed by the agent . Knowledge.

By amal
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City Life in the early 1800s

City Life in the early 1800s

City Life in the early 1800s. Layout of an Early Tenement Building. Tenements outside.                                             <> . Back of a Tenement. Overhead of tenement layout. Alley between Tenements. Alley between Tenements. Bottom of the air shaft. River between tenements.

By parker
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Contraction Action and Double Negatives

Contraction Action and Double Negatives

Contraction Action and Double Negatives. Double Negatives. Double. Only one negative word in a sentence. When a sentence uses two negative words it is called a double negative. no isn’t not don’t can’t but just barely hardly except only neither rarely nothing nowhere.

By Lucy
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s i m p l e p a s t

s i m p l e p a s t

s i m p l e p a s t. Use : 1. Simple Past expressES completed actions which happened at a definite time in the past. “Geçmişte belli bir zaman da tamamlanmış eylemleri anlatır.” I graduat ed from university in 1988 . Use :

By xanthe
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UNIT 1 GRAMMAR Review

UNIT 1 GRAMMAR Review

UNIT 1 GRAMMAR Review. Can you find and correct the Goof?. Angela drop her brother off at kindergarten before she went to her own classroom. Can you find and correct the Goof?. Angela dropped her brother off at kindergarten before she went to her own classroom.

By phyliss
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Poetry Part Five

Poetry Part Five

Poetry Part Five . A Unit on Types of Poetry and Literary Terms. CONSONANCE. Similar to alliteration EXCEPT . . . The repeated consonant sounds can be anywhere in the words “ s ilken, s ad, un c ertain, ru s tling . . “. ASSONANCE.

By allene
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This 1939 cartoon was drawn for the American public by the US cartoonist Herb Block.

This 1939 cartoon was drawn for the American public by the US cartoonist Herb Block.

This 1939 cartoon was drawn for the American public by the US cartoonist Herb Block. . What is the message of this cartoon?. To do this question, you need first to borrow two concepts from English: Denotation (what you see) Connotation (how it affects its audience).

By emery
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Come Back, Jack!

Come Back, Jack!

Come Back, Jack!. A girl who finds books to be quite boring changes her opinion after following her brother into a book where he becomes the star of several nursery rhymes and tales that feature a character named Jack. by Guy Swentek Wilson Elementary. tiresome unexciting humdrum.

By sebastien
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