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Rozlyn Linder, Ph.D., is a highly sought after presenter and educational blogger. Known for her energetic, fast-paced seminars and workshops, she has collaborated with teachers across the nation at national and state conferences on literacy. An award-winning teacher, she has taught at all levels from elementary through college and served as a reading coach, district School Improvement Specialist, and assistant principal, and college adjunct English instructor. She specializes in explicit instruction and standards-based classrooms. Rozlyn lives in the Buckhead area of Atlanta, Georgia with her two daughters and husband. You can interact with her online at www.rozlinder.com.

This is one of my favorite charts to create with students. I have made variations of this chart with students in grades second through eleventh. This simple way to add sentence variety is fun and easy to do. Introducing this Chart: I began by writing five actual sentences taken from the introductory paragraphs of argument papers that a group... Read more Read more of this blog post »
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John F. Kennedy
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