Don’t tell the kids, but Friday’s slides are really just a lecture I disguised to look like a game. Most of the time, the ruse works. This week over on YouTube:

1.  MUG Shot Monday (Mechanics, usage, and grammar proofreading practice):

Click here for a semester-long set of these MUG bell-ringer slides.

2. Words on Wednesday – SAT-level vocabulary:

Click here for a semester-long set of these vocabulary bell-ringer slides.

3. Freestyle Friday – Let’s play a game! 😉 :

Click here for a copy of the plagiarism lesson with additional materials:

Teach on, everyone!

Join the conversation! 4 Comments

  1. This is a really important lesson. Learning to use quotations and cite your work can prevent a huge problem!

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  2. Indeed, Scarlet! Glad you’re here with me. 🙂

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  3. Love this post! Very timely for me as I am teaching research to my 9th graders now. I have always struggled to get students to understand the concept of plagiarism. This makes it easier. Thanks, Laura!!

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  4. So glad you found the video series, Frances! Hope it helps lighten your prep load. 🙂

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