Date: 2017-03-20 09:56
66. Keys in hand, Samantha exited the elevator and walked swiftly through the deserted, dim parking garage. Suddenly, she heard footsteps running toward her from behind. Samantha turned around as she dug the pepper spray out of her coat pocket. She knew who was following her, and he wasn’t there to exchange pleasant greetings.
6. Every morning it was the same thing for Martin Hedges. He 8767 d put on a pot of coffee and get dressed as he waited for the coffee to brew. But today, things would be different
Students will learn about the applications and techniques of persuasive writing before writing their own persuasive article for a school newsletter on the topic of invasive species.
This collection is ideal for display. For activities there are some examples of recounts, check lists and writing frames. There are also activity cards that give a stimulus, although these lack a visual. Another resource answers the question words to give note form of a recount.
Should people take more responsibility for solving problems that affect their communities or the nation in general? Plan and write an essay in which you develop your point of view on this issue. Support your position with reasoning and examples taken from your reading, studies, experience, or observations.
This fun and interactive quiz challenges students to use their knowledge of animal classification and their powers of deduction to identify mystery animals from photos.
If you could change one rule at your school, what would it be? Write a letter to your school board asking for a school rule to be changed. Make sure to give reasons why the change should happen and answer a possible objection to your idea.
7. Mrs. Johnson inched toward me with her walker, clutching the leash in one hand. The little 8775 rat on a string 8776 she called a dog snarled