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Megan Laughlin

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Interjections are words or phrases that express emotion or feeling. They must be separated from the next sentence with punctuation. Some examples are: Yuck! Aww. Yikes! Ta-da! Yay! Shh! Aha! Ahhh! Hmm... Yippee! Yum. Oops. Uh-oh. Ugh! 1. Read over any of your own writing. Select two sentences that you could add an interjection to in order to give your writing some feeling. 2.Type your new sentences in the boxes. 3. Identify the feeling the interjection brings to your writing. Bonus: Record yourself reading the sentences filled with emotion.

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts
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