1.) The first handout with sheep on it is basic strategies for all students grades 2-12+ when answering multiple choice questions on prose passages.
2.) The second handout is for high school students, especially honors level students, when asked to answer ACT, SAT, and AP questions over reading passages. These are the strategies I tell my own high school students as we prepare for our AP Lit test in the spring.
3.) The third handout is an awesome flashcard template students can use to help them study. Happy testing!
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She has wheedled her way into NCTE, IRA and OCTELA conference presentations and sedulously struggled to successfully earn her National Board Certification in 2006. Despite her propensity to question on a weekly basis her effectiveness as a teacher, she was graciously given the Ohio English Teacher of the Year award for 2010. She does adjunct work as a vocabulary consultant for Sadlier Oxford and is thrilled to have cajoled them into letting her blog about her successes as an English teacher (and hopefully get awesome ideas back from her readers).
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