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Bronwyn Howell

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Homophones - your and you're

Today you will need to watch a YouTube video that explains the use of the homophones your and you're. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0kFCzjJL9I Please take the time to watch and think about the examples used and use these sentences in your text example. Explain the meaning of the word under word meaning/definition. Write your own sentence, this is your opportunity to write a sentence that shows your understanding of the meaning of the word. (Really important to store this information in your 'long term' memory as we need to remember this forever.) Use the tool to fill in the squares. Click the at the top to review your work You can your text box into place, make it smaller to fit the box. When you're finished, click the to post your answers to your journal. Another little reminder - sentences start with a capital letter and end with correct punctuation! (Your work will be returned if this is not followed!)

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, English Language Arts
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