Lessons for Passive Voice

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  • Writing and Grammar Unit - Study Guide - … : Writing by Ear Lesson 2: Nouns Lesson 3: Active and Passive Verbs Lesson 4: Modify in Moderation Lesson 5: Coordinating Conjunctions … in the active voice (Sarah read to Michael) rather than the passive (Michael was read to by Sarah) - the active voice is more …
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  • Service to the Neighborhood - … act to benefit society at large. This responsibility can be passive, such as by avoiding engaging in socially harmful acts, or … act to benefit society at large. This responsibility can be passive, such as by avoiding engaging in socially harmful acts, or … off as a fundraiser for a related charitable cause. Youth Voice: When students offer their opinions and suggestions to the service projects they are using their voice; an instrumental part of service-learning. Ask students what they …
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  • body systems and immunity - … Approximate time: 105 min. Set: ask students about when their voices have gotten deep, maybe make mine squeek transition to hormones … and relate their form to function TSW compare and contrast passive and active immunity Procedures: 1.TTW connect endocrine system to … and present them to the class. TSW compare and contrast passive and active immunity Informal: Students will share answers found from …
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  • American Abolitionists - … 1865, although it is impossible to know just how many passive or invisible acts of resistance took place among the slaves … no delay in emancipation. Garrison was joined by another powerful voice, that of Frederick Douglass, an escaped slave who inspired Northern … with which I am endowed. I am no advocate of passivity. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Lydia Maria Child Novelist, scholar, and activist for women s …
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  • American Abolitionists - … 1865, although it is impossible to know just how many passive or invisible acts of resistance took place among the slaves … can then respond when called upon by assuming the character/voice of the role assigned to them): o A freed Black … no delay in emancipation. Garrison was joined by another powerful voice, that of Frederick Douglass, an escaped slave who inspired Northern … with which I am endowed. I am no advocate of passivity. Lydia Maria Child Novelist, scholar, and activist for women s …
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  • American Abolitionists - … 1865, although it is impossible to know just how many passive or invisible acts of resistance took place among the slaves … can then respond when called upon by assuming the character/voice of the role assigned to them): o A freed Black … no delay in emancipation. Garrison was joined by another powerful voice, that of Frederick Douglass, an escaped slave who inspired Northern … with which I am endowed. I am no advocate of passivity. Lydia Maria Child Novelist, scholar, and activist for women s …
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  • Survival and Resistance - Hidden Children of the Holocaust - … and cons of this type of resistance? Why are relatively passive actions like booing a newsreel, boycotting films and listening to … Witnesses. Much of Dutch resistance can be characterized as either passive resistance or non-violent active resistance. For example, immediately following … the Holocaust that offers hope and redemption to humanity The voice and legacy of the Hidden Children are the reminder to …
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  • Fourth Grade Writing Lesson #1/ Narrative Prompt - … paragraphs. The lead and conclusion are fairly strong, however. VOICE: [3] The voice is pleasant but not compelling. There are moments when … . Otherwise, the voice is not very engaging. WORD CHOICE: [3] Word choice is adequate, but does not stand out. Passive verbs are … sequence. (Reference: Creating Writers by Vicki Spandell, p. 162.) Adding voice to language. Read snippets of familiar children=s authors. Have …
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  • Descriptive Sensory Writing - … enough to move reader through the text without confusion. VOICE: [4] The voice is relaxed and honest. The tone of the writing … organization. The writer needs a recognizable introduction and conclusion. VOICE: [3] The voice is earnest and pleasing but not compelling. It lacks … adequate and correct but not colorful. It is marred by passive rather than active verbs. SENTENCE FLUENCY: [3] The paper hums …
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  • Timely Tolerance - … their select aides are tasks. used. Voices are Voices are very clear and Voice and Voices are somewhat audible. Voices are audible. Intonation inaudible. Students … audience is The audience is handout, or involve the very passive. somewhat engaged. discussion to audience. involve the Group responds audience …
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