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Elements of Language Model Bank

Elements of Language Model Bank This site could be a Language Arts teacher's best pal. Holt, Rinehart and Winston's Elements of Language presents a collection of writing models designed to help students learn to write a wide variety of essay types common to both middle school and high school
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Elements of Language Model Bank


This site could be a Language Arts teacher's best pal. Holt, Rinehart and Winston's Elements of Language presents a collection of writing models designed to help students learn to write a wide variety of essay types common to both middle school and high school writing. It covers just about every type of writing exercise. Be aware that it uses a newer version of Macrmedia's Shockwave, which may or may not download depending on your school's network settings.

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