Avoiding There Are Poster
Encourage precise writing and the use of detail by banning there are from student work. You can put up this simple poster, which includes an image of there are crossed out and an example of how to avoid using the forbidden words.
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- Once the poster is up, warn individuals that you will take off points for every instance of there are in their work
- Add this to a wall of other forbidden words, such as good and fun
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