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Formulating a Thesis

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Students will be able to brainstorm and create a well-written, argumentative thesis.

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Verbals

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Students will be able to define verbals and will be able to identify infinitives, gerunds, and participles.

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Haiku Poems

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Students will be able to identify sound patterns and other conventions of verse (e.g. haiku) in poetry.

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Does Penmanship Matter?

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Students will formulate the reasons why penmanship is important or not and will write a persuasive paragraph.

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Persuasive Appeals

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Students will be able to identify commonly used techniques of persuasion and analyze the natures of these appeals.

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Silent Consonants

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Students will read and write words with silent consonants in the letter pairs: kn, gn, sc and wr.

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Final Letter Patterns

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Students will read and write words with final letter patterns: -tch, -ck, -dge and -ng.

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Vowel Patterns - ew,ue,aw,au

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Students will read and write words with vowel patterns ue, ew, au, aw.

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Letter Xx

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Introduce the letter X. Students will use visual and auditory skills to recognize this letter in various interactive and engaging activities on your smartboard. You can customize and adjust the level of difficulty of the activities in this lesson plan.

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Modal Auxiliaries

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Use modal auxiliaries (e.g., can, may, must) to convey various conditions.

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Circle Map

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Help students define a person, place, or thing, or general idea. Use this map to brainstorm ideas and share prior knowledge about a topic.

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Brace Map

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Help students understand the relationship between a whole object and its individual components.

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Reflexive Pronouns

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Students learn to how use reflexive pronouns (e.g., myself, ourselves).

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