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  • Waiting for the weather to clear up; they played chess indoors for hours.
  • We planted the following vegetables in our garden: carrots, corn, pumpkins, and zucchini.
  • Having purchases noodles, sprouts, and fish sauce at the grocery store; Lin was ready to prepare dinner.
  • Under the light of moon we sat and watched a movie at the drivein theater.
  • The rose, which was deep crimson and in full bloom; was so perfect that it looked artificial.
  • Creeping along the riverbank, the tractor dug up the soft mud; and even lifted the enormous boulders.
  • "Our ability to understand truth is limited: our obligation and power to seek it is limitless," said my grandfather.
  • Being dedicated and strong, Art practiced for the track meet three hours each day; consequently, it was no surprise when he placed in every event.

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Grammar worksheets for Grade 11 are essential tools for teachers looking to enhance their students' English Language Arts (ELA) skills. These worksheets provide a comprehensive and structured approach to mastering the complex grammar rules and concepts that Grade 11 students need to grasp. With a wide range of topics covered, such as sentence structure, punctuation, verb tenses, and parts of speech, these worksheets are designed to cater to the diverse learning needs of students. Teachers can easily incorporate these grammar worksheets into their lesson plans, ensuring that their students receive ample practice and reinforcement of key ELA concepts. By utilizing these resources, teachers can help their Grade 11 students build a strong foundation in grammar, which will ultimately lead to improved reading comprehension, writing skills, and overall academic success.

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Unit 1: parts of speech: the noun, unit 2: parts of speech: the verb, unit 3: parts of speech: the pronoun, unit 4: parts of speech: the modifier, unit 5: parts of speech: the preposition and the conjunction, unit 6: punctuation: the comma and the apostrophe, unit 7: punctuation: the colon, semicolon, and more, unit 8: syntax: sentences and clauses, unit 9: syntax: conventions of standard english, unit 10: usage and style.


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Help your 11th-grade students shine on the written portion of any standardized test by teaching the skills they need to craft powerful, compelling arguments with Rhetorical Devices . This manual for student writers offers an in-depth study of 33 different rhetorical devices and literary techniques, including explanations of the devices, exercises on identifying and using them, and more.

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Writing an A+ Research Paper

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10 Days To A+ Grammar

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Grammar Wars

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Sentence Composing for High School

Sentence Composing for High School

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Phunny Stuph

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I didn’t finish reading the whole story. _______________ (long).

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My little sister couldn’t watch the horror film. _______________ (scary).

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My mum didn’t buy any shoes at the sale. _______________ (cheap).

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(iii)       A gray cloud spread over the sky.

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  • path  who  leads  =  that
  • leads  for  systematic  =   to
  • hobby  prove  to  =  proves 
  • abandon  him  after    =  it
  • of  many  time  =  much  
  •       seen  hang  in  =  hangin
  •        He  is the  =  It
  •       which  build  the  =  builds 
  •              nest  had  a  =  has
  •        or  the  cluster  =  a 
  •       He died of fever.  
  •       They know how to swim. 
  •         Man is mortal 
  •              All my relatives are well settled.
  •   They are saying that the crisis is over.
  •     He behaves as if he were a millionaire.     
  •   Tell me when and where you were born.

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1_____abbreviation is ____2____ shortened form of a word or ___3____ group of words. It is used to save time and space. ____4________ abbreviations are also used while speaking. Most of ___5____ dictionaries include ___6___ list of commonly used abbreviations.

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Sept. 10, 2023, 7:45 p.m.

Lesson plan: 9/11 — Ways to reflect on the day’s legacy

The moon rises between the "Tribute in Light" illuminated next to One World Trade Center during 911 anniversary, as seen from Jersey City, New Jersey

September 11th will remain a day that shaped the course of the nation’s — and the world’s — history. Students in high school and middle school who were not yet born on September 11, 2001, have still grown up in a cultural and political environment that owes much to the actions of the United States in response to 9/11.

The purpose of this lesson is to invite participants to generate and share their own questions about both the day of 9/11 and the larger context of the response that followed, including the U.S. occupation of Afghanistan that is just now ending after two decades.

You can see more stories from the NewsHour examining how this recent history has shaped the nation and the world. These NewsHour pieces will become optional components of the lesson.

Click here for a series of slides that can supplement this lesson (note: you will be prompted to make a copy).

  • Understand the history and impact of the 9/11 attacks
  • Construct critical questions around the anniversary of 9/11 and its present-day context
  • Evaluate & reflect on personal understanding of 9/11 through critical questions

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CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.9-10.1: Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.9-10.2: Determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary of how key events or ideas develop over the course of the text. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.11-12.7: Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.9-10.9: Compare and contrast treatments of the same topic in several primary and secondary sources.

Original lesson appeared Sept. 11, 2021.

Twin Towers September 11th 9/11

Sun setting behind Twin Towers. (Photo by Robert Pirillo/Ovoworks/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images) For a Google version of this lesson click here . A note on teaching hard history: Most educators can recall exactly where they were and what they were doing when 9/11 unfolded. Today’s generation of students does not share this collective memory, with today’s high school seniors being born a few years after 2001.

Teaching 9/11 on its anniversary has its merits, as does teaching 9/11 within the curricular context of American and global history. We encourage educators to explore the wealth of resources provided in this lesson plan, to examine their own unanswered questions and biases, and to reflect on pedagogical practice before bringing in traumatic and provocative images of 9/11. Check out “Trauma-Informed Teaching Strategies” and consider how you might design lessons that engage with hard history with a trauma-informed lens. Read Learning for Justice's article “Debunking Stereotypes About Muslims and Islam” and incorporate media literacy education as you confront misinformation.

In addition, consider doing the following:

  • Preview your expectations or reminding your class about norms
  • Name clearly the topics; create time for participants to reflect and process
  • Teach with a trauma-informed lens
  • Consider the emotional response of your participants and yourself

Warm up activities (5-10 mins):

Note for instructors: Whether you’re teaching about 9/11 on the anniversary of the attacks or as a part of your broader curriculum, starting with the questions participants have can set up an anchor and circular flow (returning to those questions to close out or build upon them in the end). Remind participants to be and stay curious and to practice the skill of writing and developing strong questions.

  • Generate: Participants write as many questions as they can about the September 11 attacks — without stopping to revise, edit, evaluate or answer their questions.
  • Reflect: Then, participants circle or mark their three most important questions — and briefly reflect on why they selected these three.
  • Turn & Talk: Participants turn and share their three questions, noting what may overlap or be different, and have partners share out questions to gauge what participants are curious about. This is also an opportunity to note any misinformation or incorrect assumptions participants may have to clarify & revisit. Read “Debunking Stereotypes About Muslims and Islam” by Learning for Justice to learn more.

Main activities (30-45 mins)

Directions: Choose one or more activity best suited to your class based on the many factors your role as a teacher requires you to know.

  • Watch the 9/11 Memorial Museum’s short film (3 minutes): This video outlines the events on the morning of 9/11. As participants listen, instruct them to watch for any answers to the questions they just constructed. CONTENT WARNING : This video contains images of the Twin Towers and the Pentagon after they are hit.
  • Optional: Take a detour into a robust timeline of the 9/11 attacks using this interactive guide at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum and pair it with this “Historical Timeline of Afghanistan” from PBS NewsHour . Focus on context-building, asking participants to investigate questions, connections and narratives they see represented.
  • Clarify and reflect (5-10 mins): Turning to talk with their partners again (or return to their notebook to write), what did participants notice about the short clip or (timelines) that answered some of their questions?
  • Together with their partner, what new questions can they create? Note: If a participant replies with “I don’t have any questions,” encourage them to practice the skill of questioning and examining what they think, why they think it and what they wonder. Encourage curiosity.
  • Share this infographic with participants. After reviewing, ask participants: What surprises them? Does anything connect to the questions they crafted?

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  • Ask participants: What stories do these numbers tell? What stories don’t these numbers tell? (Can invite participants to update their list of questions here, pushing into open-ended questions vs. closed questions.)
  • Watch The 9/11 Memorial & Museum has a trailer (3 minutes) for one of their programs featuring some personal connections individuals have to 9/11.
  • What did you notice, what surprised you, or what do you now wonder after hearing from some individuals who have a personal connection to that day?
  • Now that you’ve reviewed or learned some of the historical context of 9/11, what do you know or wonder about the legacy of 9/11? What impact has the 9/11 terrorist attacks had on the United States? Other countries? Ordinary and everyday people in the United States?
  • Turn & talk: Have participants share some of their ideas, questions and reflections with their partner.
  • Whole group: Invite participants to share any ideas, encourage questions and discuss together.

Part 3 (Choose one or more of the following activities)

Each night this week, PBS NewsHour features stories that examine some of the ways 9/11 transformed the nation and world. Choose one or more of the following available stories to discuss.

  • What do you notice?
  • What do you wonder?
  • Does your community share anything in common with the communities of the speakers? How so?
  • How does (or did) 9/11 impact different communities? How so?
  • What other connections or questions can you craft?
  • NewsHour's Amna Nawaz says: “20 years later, there is now an entire generation of young American adults, including American Muslims, who don’t have firsthand memories of [9/11], who did not live through the trauma, as all of us did.”
  • How do you think the impact of 9/11 varies from generation to generation? What similarities or differences do you notice among your generation versus your parent’s generation? And older generations?

  • What are some of the ways these students' lives have been directly impacted by the legacy of 9/11?
  • What are some ways these students sees their generation's experience as different from past generations?
  • What is Middletown’s connection to the 9/11 attacks?
  • What were the different perspectives shared on how families coped with the loss of loved ones in the attacks?
  • How does this feature story expand or inform what you already know about 9/11?
  • Why is it important to understand the emotional reaction of U.S. citizens on the day of 9/11, according to Graff?
  • What is the connection that Graff makes between 9/11 and political polarization?
  • What do you think Graff means when he says 9/11 is slipping “from memory into history”? What are your first memories of learning about 9/11 or understanding the day’s events and legacy?
  • As a generation, what has shaped your view and understanding of 9/11? How so? How might this differ from other generations or communities?
  • What perspectives and narratives are you seeing and hearing surrounding the 20th anniversary of 9/11?
  • How do you think the legacy of 9/11 will continue to evolve?
  • Whose stories are being told? Is anyone’s voice missing?

Closing (10-15 mins)

Circle back to warm up questions for clarifying and answering the unanswered questions. (Could be collected as an exit ticket or final turn and talk.)

  • Look back over the questions you created at the start of class.
  • What’s one question that has been answered today?
  • What’s a new question you have or are thinking about? What’s left unanswered for you? What are you wondering about?
  • What’s the impact of 9/11 on your generation? What do you predict will be the legacy of 9/11 for future generations?

Extension activities

Extension 1, Poetry Focus: Days before 9/11, poet Lucille Clifton welcomed a granddaughter into the world and remembers eating lunch on the day itself as she “watched on television the devastation of the Twin Towers.” In her poem “September’s Song: A Poem in Seven Days,” she examines “love and continuing and fear and hope.”

Share this excerpt of Tuesday and Sunday from the longer poem with students , reading aloud together or ask participants to annotate a copy of the poem (or digitally with a partner using this Google Doc). [Note: September 11, 2001 was a Tuesday]

Write in response:

  • Ask participants to write their own day poem connecting to the themes of hope and fear, of love and continuing, mimicking some of Clifton’s style.
  • Do not require participants to write specifically about 9/11. Instead leave the invitation open for them to write about what they choose.
  • Or invite participants to identify vivid imagery, metaphors or symbols in the poem.
  • Compare Clifton’s poem with excerpts from “ With Their Eyes: September 11th — The View From A High School at Ground Zero. ” What word choice evokes an emotional response in the reader? How does the physical structure of the poems impact the way it is read aloud? As writers, what writing moves might participants employ in their own writing?

Extension 2 : Just over a year ago, more than 123,000 Afghan refugees, many fearing for their lives, were evacuated from Afghanistan and were resettled all over the world, including the United States. Thousands of Afghans did not make it out of the country before the U.S. military's departure on Aug. 30. Explore who, what, when, where and how of the refugees arriving in the U.S., and what local community organizations are still working to provide assistance. Read this NewsHour article for more information.

  • Inquire: What do trustworthy and credible charities and organizations look like?
  • Explore: What is being done locally in your area or state?
  • Understand: What don’t you know? What questions do you have?
  • Apply: How could your class, school, or community support and welcome refugees?
  • What are the latest updates as to the Afghan refugees welfare and status in the U.S. and around the world?


U.S. Air Force loadmasters and pilots assigned to the 816th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron, load passengers aboard a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III in support of the Afghanistan evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, August 24, 2021. Picture taken August 24, 2021. U.S. Air Force/Master Sgt. Donald R. Allen/Handout via REUTERS

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