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Proper grammar is so easy to get wrong - there are just so many rules. Keep yourself in check with this cheat sheet for common grammar mistakes.
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Get your students talking with this list of funny debate topics. Guaranteed to get your students engaged while having fun in class.
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Learn vocabulary and expressions for debate and group discussion which are useful for ESL students.
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Madeline Hicks and Kevin discuss being comfortable with giving a price to a seller, the price range – no price debate, are auctions a good strategy.
Debates keep junior high students captivated while developing many skills, including public speaking and critical thinking.
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You don't need a debate class to stage an educational faceoff; follow this framework to stage a student debate on any topic in your curriculum.
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This article presents some useful expressions for debate and discussion in English. Sometimes, you will need to engage in a formal discussion or in public speaking and you will have to debate and come up with convincing arguments.
Several years ago, after observing a class of students in a tough area of Boston run their own debate for a full class period, I commented that I ...
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Debates are a fantastic way to teach a number of skills to middle school students. They help students to develop the ability to research a topic, work as a team, practice public speaking, and improve their critical thinking skills. For teachers, however, it can be challenging to come up with debate topics for middle school students that are fun, interesting, and engaging. So to help you out, we have put together this list of 50 debate topics for middle school students. Some are fun and…
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