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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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Algebraic Expressions

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Learn how to translate English phrases into algebraic expressions.

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Shape Analogies

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Select the answer that best completes the shape analogy.

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Probability

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Understand the rule to follow for solving the combination problems.

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Biotic or Abiotic

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Identify and categorize biotic and abiotic components.

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Uppercase Lowercase

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Students learn to replace lower case letters by uppercase letters in sentences.

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Prefix and Suffix Meanings

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Match the meaning to the correct prefixes and suffixes.

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Compare and Contrast

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Compare two topics and evaluate their simularities and differences.

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Simple, compound or complex

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Identify simple, compound and complex sentences.

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4 Sentence Types

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Identify declarative, imperative, interrogative or exclamatory sentences.

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Heard, Question and Qualify Chart

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Track what a student has heard (H), what he/she has questions about (Q), and what they can qualify (Q).

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Infinitive and Past Tense

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Practice frequently occurring, irregular past tense verbs with flashcards.

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Verb Conjugation

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Practice singular and plural verbs in the past, present and future tense.

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Shades of Meaning

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Practice degrees of comparison by putting words in order.

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Connotation and Denotation

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Students learn to differentiate between the connotations (associations) of words with similar denotations (definitions).

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Flow Map

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Help students explain the the order of events and identify the relationships between stages and substages.

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