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Focus: Eliminate Passive Voice


1.             When paying for a grade, the academic aspect is withdrawn and the grade is no longer a reflection of a student’s understanding and comprehension of the curriculum.

2.             Students at Sheldon High who are offered extra credit do this by giving cans to the school can drive.

3.             It has also been said that with these hard times in our economy that citizen will need a reason to give to charity.

4.             Out of the kindness of a person’s heart, personal belongings are donated to the less fortunate.

5.             Students are no longer required to do their homework if they can turn in a can to make up for the empty grade slot in the computer.


If a handout is available online (e.g., a newspaper article) I might include the appropriate link to the information students need on this page.