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Use this infographic on your whiteboard or as a handy reference file on your tablet or class workstation.   This infographic will help explain some of those tricky homophones... plus a little bit of valuable advice about not letting your pen work faster than your head. Also listed are some of those 'word words' that are useful to know when we are discussing our and other people's writing.  #literacy #education #grammar

Use this infographic on your whiteboard or as a handy reference file on your tablet or class workstation. This infographic will help explain some of those tricky homophones.

If you need some help while writing stuff

Great resource for paragraph changes. It bugs me so badly when writers don't change paragraphs when there's a new speaker.

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Our punctuation pals – Show that punctuation marks are our pals with this infographic to explain twelve of our ever-useful punctuation marks. Take a look at the ful

Don't assume your students know the parts of speech or basic sentence structure.

The Writing Box: The Parts of Speech Poem. "Every name is called a noun,/as field and fountain, street and town.The interjection cries out, "Hark!/I need an exclamation mark!