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What you see isn't real... Stop comparing yourself to images that have been photo-shopped, doctored and altered beyond recognition... #eatingdisorders #bodyimage #awareness #recovery

What you see isn't real. Stop comparing yourself to images that have been photo-shopped, doctored and altered beyond recognition.

KindergartenWorks: Alphabet Identification - 6 Guided Reading Skill Group Materials {Free Printables}

Alphabet Identification - 6 Guided Reading Skill Group Materials {Free Printables

A sentence about bacon for every single way to use each of the 15 English punctuation marks.

Want to get a grip on punctuation and love bacon? This goes over the 15 punctuation marks in the English language and gives a sentence example for each, about bacon!

Outline for developing an argument - would be great to use before a persuasive paper or debate  ~ Great pin! For Oahu architectural design visit http://ownerbuiltdesign.com

As an English teacher, it will be essential to write and present persuasive arguments. This useful graphic organizer will help students build an argument for either a speech or an essay.

Halloween. Point of view of candy. Write it. * not my idea                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Educational Halloween Activities for the BIG KIDS!

This pin contains some ideas for creative writing prompts for high school age students. This particular prompt is for students to write a narrative about Halloween from the perspective of a piece of candy! I think this is such a fun idea!

In one version, students use Shakespeare’s language to hurl insults, poetry-slam style. In the other version, students try to flatter and impress using unique combinations of Shakespeare’s honeyed words. Two separate engaging and creative lessons.

Shakespearean Insults & Flattery Contests, Works w/ANY Shakespeare Play, CCSS

In one version, students use Shakespeare& language to hurl insults, poetry-slam style. In the other version, students try to flatter and impress using unique combinations of Shakespeare& honeyed words. Two separate engaging and creative lessons.

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