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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

Test Prep: Run-On Sentences

Kylene Reed
March 26, 2021

Hey, Hey 7th grade teachers!! Are you looking for a revising and editing guide that you and your students will LOVE?? EW 's 7th Grade Revising and Editing guide is awesome! If you aren't familiar, then follow the link to download a preview today.7th

Yesterday, I was able to go to Mrs. Johnson's 7th grade class to peek in on their review for our upcoming state testing. Look at these Sentence Culprits that the students created for run- on sentences!

She is using the guide as a quick review for our test and choosing out lessons for skills that the students are either overlooking or still not completely understanding.

This lesson is from Unit 5 in the guide- Sentence Culprits: The Usual Suspects

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