This week’s Text is the second of two related lessons on subordinating conjunctions. The first appeared last week, and so is several posts down.
This lesson opens with this Everyday Edit worksheet on Booker T. Washington. And as always remember that the good people at Education World generously distribute a yearlong supply of these documents at no cost to teachers. If the lesson continues into a second day, here is a second do-now exercise on the homophones grate and great; n.b. please that grate here is dealt with both as a noun and a verb.
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