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How can students use VocabGrabber and a graphic organizer to help them evaluate the meaning and impact of key concepts in the Bill of Rights?  Continue reading...

How can students define important Social Studies doctrines and identify these ism's in action throughout history and current events?  Continue reading...

What vocabulary and reading strategies can students use in analyzing literary nonfiction?  Continue reading...

How can students use the Visual Thesaurus to learn more about how transition words and phrases play important roles in both the writing and the reading processes?  Continue reading...

How can categorizing words from Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games help introduce students to the major themes of the novel?  Continue reading...

In this homographs lesson, students discover that some common words have some less common meanings. Students will work in teams to compete in a "Find that Meaning" competition using iPads and Visual Thesaurus word maps.  Continue reading...

In celebration of Charles Dickens's 200th birthday, this lesson looks at how the legendary writer’s work inspired the creation of an adjective that is used today: "Dickensian."  Continue reading...

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