High school’s week thirty three spelling list consists of the following words: benefit, complete, decide, enemy, interest, interpret, repetition, secret, they, tragedy.
The week thirty four high school spelling list includes these words: accidentally, easily, especially, finally, formerly, happily, practically, really, thoroughly, usually.
On the week thirty five high school spelling list, you will find the following words: amateur, beauty, curiosity, disease, group, hospital, period, pilot, procedure, pursue.
The following words make up the week thirty six spelling list for high school: arctic, awful, corner, doctor, further, government, pamphlet, quantity, surprise, which.
The following words make up the high school spelling list for week four: hear, here, know, no, principal, principle, through, threw, you’re, your.
Week five spelling list for high school students includes these words: course, favorite, forty, front, innocent, modern, motor, opposite, other, trouble.
Spelling activities for week six include the following words: chiefs, clothes, countries, cries, does, families, heroes, months, stories, tries.
The following 10 words are included in the high school spelling list for week seven: among, apology, around, horse, laboratory, poison, prison, sophomore, woman, wonder.
Here are the words for the high school week eight spelling activities: accommodate, commit, exaggerate, forest, immediate, parallel, possession, succeed, summary, tomorrow.
The spelling list of week nine consists of these words: bicycle, descend, describe, destroy, disappear, dissatisfy, perform, precede, prejudice, psychology.
Here’s the full master spelling list for the K12reader high school spelling word program
This worksheet is all about homographs and context clues!
Time to learn about hyphenation and line breaks.
Can your student identify the paradoxes and oxymorons?
This worksheet features some paradoxes in literature.
In this worksheet your student will analyze some famous paradoxical statements.
Students read from the first State of The Union address and re-write a portion using modren language.
When something seems to contradict itself but can still be true, we call it a paradox. Identifying a paradox can be confusing. Here is a free worksheet to print out for your students to complete. Examples of a paradox and fill in the blanks can give your students a headstart on mastering a paradox.
The vocabulary is more advanced in this confusing word pairs worksheet. Students will practice with word pairs like elicit/illicit, discreet/discrete and more.
Now your student gets a chance to write with some easily confused words! Students practice with words like conscious, conscientious, antidote, and anecdote.