It was seven years ago this week that I decided to shush my mental ticker tape of self-doubt and post a few items to TpT. I’ve already told the story of how a bit of post-Christmas depression led to my online adventure, but I must admit I’m feeling nostalgic for 2013 and SUPER pumped to keep working hard in this new year. You saw what I made for you this week, right? Oh, and I made some videos, too. Hope you’ve had a happy, restful break. Let’s do this, 2020!

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

Click here for a semester-long set of these MUG bell-ringer slides:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Full-Semester-4-of-Grammar-Proofreading-Lessons-to-Improve-Teen-Writers-1572839

2. Words on Wednesday – SAT-level vocabulary:

Click here for a semester-long set of these vocabulary bell-ringer slides:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Full-Semester-Vocabulary-Lessons-for-High-School-Students-Volume-4-1868875

3. Freestyle Friday – Think of this as a symbolism decoder ring:

More teaching materials to help students learn a variety of literary devices are available here:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Literary-TermsDevices-19-Weekly-Lectures-Bell-Ringers-or-Flipped-Content-476969

Teach on, everyone!

Fire and water photo credit: Pixabay, Public domain

Join the conversation! 2 Comments

  1. I am using your videos as a supplement and daily practice with my homeschool students! Thank you so much for putting in the time it takes to make these videos and share!!

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  2. This makes me so happy to hear, Cassandra! It’s just what I’d hoped would happen when I launched this series. So glad you found me. 🙂

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