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Let's go beyond "The girl was very, very, VERY fast" and spice up our use of repetition by borrowing two patterns from Shakespeare.

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Which of these four planets doesn't fit with the group? (Psst, it could be any of them!)

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In this video, students fill in blanks to find as many solutions as possible. They may use the digits 0 through 9 but can only use each digit up to one time each.

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In this video, students fill in blanks to find as many solutions as possible. They may use the digits 0 through 9 but can only use each digit up to one time each.

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In this video, students fill in blanks to find as many solutions as possible. They may use the digits 0 through 9 but can only use each digit up to one time each.

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Students will now explain how their civilization moved from a government where power was in the hands of the few to a government controlled by the people.

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It's a tournament of biomes! Students pick their criteria and then work their way through the tournament, explaining their reasoning as they go

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In this video, students fill in blanks to find as many solutions as possible for _ _ ÷ _ = _. They may use the digits 0 through 9 but can only use each digit up to one time each.

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We take alliteration from a silly writing tool so something a bit more *sophisticated* and introduce its elder sibling, consonance.

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A passage from The Wind in the Willows to use as a mentor text, discussion starter, or writing prompt.

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A passage from Moby Dick to use as a mentor text, discussion starter, or writing prompt.

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A passage from "Peter Pan" to use as a mentor text, discussion starter, or writing prompt.

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A passage from “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” to use as a mentor text, discussion starter, or writing prompt.

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A passage from "The Fall of the House of Usher" to use as a mentor text, discussion starter, or writing prompt.