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Common Core Speaking and Listening Standard 4: How to prepare a speech


By OnDemandInstruction

This video gives six practical steps to take when preparing a speech. The steps include knowing your purpose and audience, gathering information, and writing an outline

      Formal vs Informal Writing: What's the Difference and When to Use Them


      By EzineArticles

      The target audience always determines the formality of the essay. This fun video involves some silly cut-outs, but the message is clear: Formal writing is complex, thorough, and has a strong objective. Try to avoid abbreviations, sentence fragments, slang, and cliches in your writing.

          Write Better Stories and Essays Online Workshop - Session Three: Persuasion - Part 1


          By Lumos Learning

          Write Better Stories and Essays Workshop - Session Three: Persuasion - Part 1 conducted by Mr. George Smith and Ms. Marisa Adams on 4th December 2013

              Revising and Editing


              By Amenda Werner

              In this video students learn the difference between revising and editing.

                  Revision and Editing


                  By GC Writing center

                  What are the differences between revision and editing?

                      Using Sensory Details in Emotional Writing


                      By writersblockhelp

                      Sensory details can serve you well when writing descriptively. Learn how to incorporate all the senses (sight, taste, smell, hearing, and touch) into your writing so you can get at the core of emotional writing and use sensory words to instill a love of your writing within readers.

                          Informational Writing Strategies for Second Grade Students


                          By Sanbdo city schools

                          Second grade students use technology in their informational writing as Common Core supporting their writing with facts and definitions as well as the importance of peer editing.

                              Nasheema S Dixon | Encouraging and Empowering Youth Through Her Poetry Books


                              By Lumos

                              In this video, the author Nasheema S. Dixon talks about her two books, “Dear You, Young Girl” and “Dear you, Young Boy.” Through her books, she shares how she is encouraging kids to dare to be the best version of themselves that they can.

                                  9th Grade ELA


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                                  9th grade ELA lesson on using evidence to identify common themes across multiple texts.

                                      9th Grade ELA


                                      By Lumos Learning

                                      9th grade ELA lesson on using evidence to identify common themes across multiple texts.

                                          Forms of Writing: Poem, Drama & Prose - Differences, Fun & Educational Activities for Children


                                          By Kidseduc

                                          How to define the Poem, Drama and Prose, and its structural elements.

                                              AE Live 7.2: Integrated Skills - Combining Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing and Grammar


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                                              This session is part of the American English Live! teacher professional development series. The webinar will address an integrated approach to teaching speaking, reading, listening, writing, and grammar skills. First, we will identify some challenges associated with combining language skill areas, and we’ll discuss ways to overcome these challenges. Next, we will explore how to develop and implement a variety of multi-skill instructional options including meaningful grammar activities, dynamic reading relays and jigsaws, interactive writing games, engaging speaking activities, and high-interest listening tasks. By the end of the session, participants will have developed a toolkit for conducting more interactive, learner-centered lessons that motivate students and hold their interest—teachers will be ready to adapt and use these innovative ideas immediately!

                                                  11th Grade Reading


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                                                  11th grade ELA lesson aligned to MA Curriculum Frameworks ELA Standard: RL 2 – Determine two or more themes or central ideas of a text and analyze their development over the course of the text, including how they interact and build on one another to produce a complex account; provide an objective summary of the text.

                                                      Understanding Theme


                                                      By xtremewriting

                                                      You will gain an understanding of what theme is, how it differs from other literary devices with which it is often confused, and how to identify the theme of a literary work.

                                                          Dialect


                                                          By WarnerJordanEducation

                                                          A short look at the literary term of dialect, what it is, and why it matters.