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Abbreviations - The concept behind them is to save us time. This is good for everyone that can understand the exact intended message.
Action Verbs - This is the fundamental purpose of this part of speech.
Adjectives - Used to give more detail and actually describe something.
Adverbs - The function of these is to modify or qualify other parts of speech. They help us express ourselves more vividly.
Adverbs vs. Adjectives - We help you learn to identify the difference between this two and use them properly in your own work.
Allegory - These are works that contain a hidden meaning. They are often used to examine political and moral topics.
Alliteration - This is when a consonant sound happens repetitiously.
Allusion - This is a technique that authors use to camouflage their thoughts and indirectly discuss something.
Alphabetization - We help students advance to place words in order that share the same first and second letter.
Anagrams - These are hidden words within words. A number of mobile games have been entirely dedicated to this.
Analogies - It is sometimes helpful to use comparisons to help explain the nature of something. This can often help people grasp more complex topics quicker.
Annotation - A helpful technique for getting the most out of what you are reading.
Antecedents - Students investigate the mechanics of sentences and get down to the Brass Tax of grammar.
Appositives - Learning this technique can really bolster the brilliance of the compositions that we create as writers.
Articles of Language - These often-overlooked modifiers that appear before nouns and noun phrases help illuminate the meaning of so many different things.
Author's Purpose - This is a critical skill in the modern world. We look at how to determine the motive for a piece.
Balanced Literacy - We look at a method to improving literacy through a mixture of whole language and phonics techniques.
Bellwork - Things that you can do the minute class starts and you are going about your business.
Biographies - When we set out to tell the life story of a person.
Blends - When a series of letters makes a unique sound that come together with that one combination.
Book Reports - Explain what a work means to you and the value you got from it.
Bullying - We look at identifying it and strategies to help curb this type of behavior.
Business English - Helps students learn basic conversational speech and writing.
Careers - We explore job sectors that students should become familiar with.
Character Traits - Help students learn to identify the nature of the characters of a story.
Chores and Housework - I find that students that have regular chores mature faster with the process of understanding responsibility.
Clauses - We learn how to identify the subject and predicate of a sentences.
Cliches - When ideas or concepts become agreed upon that they are being overused.
Collocation - These are words that seem be around more often than not.
Commands - When we instruct others to complete something.
Commas - The written form of pauses within speech.
Common Expressions - These vary based on your location and surrounding culture, but generally most populations know what they mean.
Communication - The process of transferring information from one person to another.
Community Helpers - The people that are essential to all of us. Who we call for help in our darkest time.
Compare and Contrast - Learn how to find similarities and differences with a high level of accuracy.
Compound Words - Slap two or more words together and create a new word with a different meaning.
Conditional Language - We use this type of language often when we are planning or preparing for something.
Conjunctions - These are the parts of speech that make connections between words and phrases.
Consonances - A cool way to vault different sounds to a new type of tone.
Consonant Blends - This is when two non-vowel letter band together to make a sound of their own.
Context Clues - These are hints that are can be identified within a common sentence to understand the meaning of a word that is completely unfamiliar to you.
Cyberbullying - We explore this topic with students and show them methods for dealing with it, but also stress being proactive.
Determiners & Quantifiers - We explore a series of words that are used to greatly amplify a sentence that includes things or numbers.
Diagraphs - When two letters in synchronicity make a new sound.
Discourse Markers - These help you establish an attitude in your writing and control the flow of the message that is delivered.
Drawing Conclusions - We show you how to explore facts and look for hard core evidence that will make your conclusions valid.
Editing - You start by working on the work of someone else and then we encourage you to explore the work of someone else.
Expanded Reading - This section works on more advanced skills that are well beyond the basics of comprehension.
Fact or Opinion - Now that most news media is somewhat partisan, this is an important skill to master. Being a well-informed and balanced citizen has never been more difficult in history.
Fairy Tales - Which one is your favorite? We explore this genre in depth.
Fire Safety - Get ready for Fire week with these worksheets.
First Day of School - Everyone is a bit nervous on this day, even teachers that have been at it for over thirty years.
Five Senses - A look at the five things that help us better understand our surrounding environment.
Genitive Case - When used properly, you can quick establish the thought of relationships between items in a sentence.
Genres - This is similar to asking someone the type of music you like, only in the sense of literature.
Gerunds - Part verb, part noun. These are centaurs of the English language.
Goal Setting - Everyone needs hope. When you are constantly focused on a goal, it can get established quickly.
Grammar - A huge broad category, but this helps our language flow between authors and their audience.
Grief - These are super helpful for those times when your school community suffers a loss.
Handwriting - This was once studied to see if it correlated with intelligence.
Helping Verbs - This is an auxiliary verb that adds functional grammatical meaning to sentence structure.
Holidays - We have put together a bunch of great activities for you and your students.
Homographs - These words sound the same and can the same or different spellings and meanings from the words that they sound like.
Homonyms - These words have the same spelling or pronunciation but have different meaning entirely.
Homophones - Very similar to homographs, these words have the same pronunciation.
Hyperbole - When you really want to add a bit of zest to your language, you can use greatly exaggerated statements that are not meant be taken literally.
Idioms - These expressions are regularly used, but do not relate to their meanings.
Imperatives - Use this when you want you create a mood of utter urgency.
Inferences - When we use facts to make educated guesses.
Infinitives - Works like a verb but does not necessarily act like one.
Language in Use - We take a look at how language relates to the medium we are using to communicate our message.
Language Organizers - These are great for helping you organize your thoughts before you compose a piece of writing.
Letter Sounds - What sounds do you hear and what words relate to those sounds?
Life Skills - We look at the things that we do everyday that most people take for granted.
Literary Devices - We examine all the different facets of creating great written bodies of work.
Main Idea - Learn how to spot them and use them to your advantage.
Making Inferences - We help students learn where to pinpoint you’re your thoughts to hep drive towards a solution.
Making Outlines - While this does not seem overly important, this is a key skill that can help drive you forward.
Making Predictions - This is where we begin to understand how to take in all that is presented towards us.
Manners - These will demonstrate acceptable public behavior for students.
Metaphors - This can help amplify your ability to explain something to your audience in an impactful manner.
Modal Auxiliaries - These are verbs that do not overly commit in one direction or another.
Note Taking Skills - While this does not seem like an important skill, knowing what to study along with following through with the studying are particularly important to your success.
Nouns - Words that represent a people, places, and things.
Onomatopoeia - These words resemble sounds that they describe. Examples include: pow, blam, and smash
Ordinal Numbers - These are the numbers that define a position within an order. Examples: first, second, and third.
Paragraph Writing - We explore all the things that you may be missing in your composition of paragraphs.
Participle - These clever words are formed from verbs and used as adjectives or nouns.
Parts of Speech - We begin to describe how words function in a grammatical proper sentence.
Personification - We learn human to find human qualities in just about anything that we are trying to describe.
Phonics - This is a method for teaching reading that focuses on the relationship between sounds and the spoken language.
Plots - This is the underlying theme of a work that plays out through a series of events throughout a story.
Poetic Analysis - This usually occurs line by line and then transverses several lines at a time.
Poetic Devices - These help us structure our poems and create a rhythmic presence.
Poetry - What we often forget is that these are all driven by emotions and often are used to express the author’s feelings.
Point of View - We learn how to identify it from works and how to create it in our own work.
Prefixes and Suffixes - These groups of letters float around the root of a word and can add additional meaning or negate a meaning altogether.
Prepositions - These are most placed in sentence to describe a relation or relationship between other components.
Pre-Reading Skills - What things do we need to get under our belt before we journey off into reading?
Pronouns - These are word substitutes for anything that acts like a noun in a sentence.
Pronunciation - We look at how we take written language and turn it into speech.
Proofreading - We start you out focusing on the work of others so that you can learn how to revise your own work.
Pros and Cons - A bunch of great tools to help you make better decisions.
Punctuation - What symbols can we use to make our sentences more understandable?
Reading Comprehension - The goal is to get something out of what we read and understand what was set in front of us.
Relative Clauses - These cannot hold up a sentence by themselves and they kind of act like adjectives.
Respect - This is something that is earned and cannot be demanded.
Rhyming - We repeat similar sounds across several words or sentences.
Root Words - These are the foundation of all words and can be built off of.
Run On Sentences - This is where re-reading your work will help you avoid writing in this manner.
Scavenger Hunts - A great way to get your students up, moving, and thinking.
Self Esteem - This is your sense of self worth and how you view yourself in your own mind.
Sentence Fragments - These are missing at least one of the three key components to be a true sentence.
Sentence Structure - We learn how to make sure everything in your sentence lines up and runs smoothly.
Sight Words - When you see these words, you know them by heart. Some memorizing and some experience come together.
Similes - Figures of speech that compare two seemingly different things.
S.M.A.R.T. Goals - We share with you a great way to approach new challenges in your life.
Spelling - We show you how to tackle new words that you come across.
Social Skills - How we communicate with other people through verbal and non-verbal means.
Social Media - Students will get a chance to learn the proactive applications of this medium and how to stay away from the negative components.
Study Skills - Learning how you take in information best is a crucial skill towards success.
Subjunctive Mood - These help us explore the outcomes of a hypothetical situation.
Subordination - A technique that is used to link two clauses together.
Supporting Details - The devil is always in the details. Learn how to recognize them and make adjustments as needed.
Syntax - This is great way to understand how the order of words in a sentence can change the impact that it makes.
Timelines - We explore how to communicate an order of events in the proper sequence.
Using Connectors - They are used to help you establish relationships between ideas and combine thoughts.
Spelling - We show you how to approach this without just memorizing words over and over.
Syllables - Parts of words that are pronounced as a whole group or unit.
To, Too, Two - These crazy homophones have been confusing people for years.
Types of Conflict - We help you learn to identify the difference struggles that exist in work.
Verbals - Looks like a verb, but just does not function like on.
Verbs - Words that are used to signify an action, event, or state of being.
Vocabulary - We show you strategies to help you greatly expand yours.
Vowels - They make you buy these in Wheel of Fortune because they give away words.
Wish Clause - When we would like something to be different that what we have now.
Writing - A huge section devoted to help you communicate with others better.