This worksheet features using colons as an introduction to a quotation.
Conjunctive adverbs can work like a conjunction when they connect independent clauses.
Here’s a high school drill for using context clues for finding word meanings.
“Julius Caesar” is the text for this context clue worksheet.
A passage from “A Tale of Two Cities” is the focus for this context clues worksheet.
In this “Right or Wrong” classroom activity, your students will correct spelling mistakes while proofreading the sentences on this worksheet.
Edmund Rostand wrote Cyrano de Bergerac in 1897. It is a play about a French musketeer who is a man of many gifts and talents. Students read from the play and answer related questions.
Poet Rudyard Kipling offers an alternative perspective on the American Revolution in this worksheet on point of view.
Practice recognizing faulty parallel construction by completing this printable worksheet. This activity focuses on refining editing and proofing skills. It is ideal for high school students, but can be used where appropriate. Because it is made easy to print, this worksheet is great for use both at home and in the classroom by parents, teachers, or students. Click the link below to download and print the worksheet to get started.
In this worksheet, your student will determine the meaning of some phrases in President Kennedy’s Inaugural Speech.
This worksheet uses a passage from “Jane Eyre” to develop your student’s skills with context clues.
The Declaration of Independence is ready for your student’s modern translation!
In this worksheet, your student will use context clues as a way to discover the meaning of words.
Charles Dickens published Great Expectations in 1860. It is the story of Phillip Pirrip, called Pip, growing up from a young boy to a man. Students read a passage and answer related questions.
Help your students better understand figurative language with this classroom activity on similes and idioms. Students will practice interpreting different phrases, such as ‘web of lies’ and ‘ghosts of a chance’, with this printable worksheet.
Hamlet’s encounter with his father’s ghost is the scene for this context clue worksheet.
Here is a general spelling rules handout for students
Week one high school spelling list includes these 10 words: argument, convenient, equipment, excellent, excitement, experiment, permanent, pleasant, servant, temperament.
Week ten high school spelling list includes these ten words: appearance, attendance, cemetery, existence, experience, independence, parents, secretary, sentence, sergeant.
Spelling activities for the week ten high school spelling list contains these words: acquaint, embarrass, library, magazine, many, obstacle, preparation, separate, similar, village.