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DISCOURSE MARKERS / CONNECTORS

"All five of our ColorCards #apps are great to be used as reward activity for appropriate behavior  Do you use them in this way? www.colorcardsapps.com #SLP #SLT

Behavior Change Mind Map created by Jane Genovese. The Behaviour Change Mind Map…

Worth Repeating: Connecting Word Meanings Through Semantic Mapping- pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

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My English Blog|Discourse Markers and Connecting Words|This is a fantastic set of charts and infographics for helping ELLs understand how and when to use discourse markers and connecting words and phrases within their writing. These very clear instructions could be helpful to ELLs who are working on learning to adequately craft academic writing in English.

DISCOURSE MARKERS / CONNECTORS

The sans-serif Bumble and Bumble are on two separate levels, with the letters le of the concave one, lower and on the left, appearing underneath the letters bu of the convex one, upper and on the right. The connecting word and is convex and positioned vertically from above the m in the concave bumble.

The sans-serif Bumble and Bumble are on two separate levels, with the letters le of the concave one, lower and on the left, appearing underneath the letters bu of the convex one, upper and on the right. The connecting word and is convex and positioned vertically from above the m in the concave bumble.

This post has 10 examples of quick, meaningful follow-up activities that you can use at the end of your guided reading lessons - and the materials are FREE to download!!

10 Post-Reading Activities for K-2 Guided Reading Lessons

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