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New Curious lesson - Using Adjectives & Adverbs in Writing

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my most recently published lesson, Using Adjectives & Adverbs in Writing.

Are you looking to add depth to your sentences? One key is using adjectives and adverbs. These parts of speech help the reader envision the writer's words.

I hope you enjoy the new lesson!

Stay Curious!
Ben Davis

New Curious lesson - Settings & Characters in a Story

I am excited to share my latest lesson on Curious, Settings & Characters in a Story!

The experience of exploring literature and reading new authors can be enhanced by understanding the key elements of a story, including setting and characters.

Take a look and let me know in the comments what you think!

Stay Curious!
Ben Davis

New lesson from Ben Davis

I'd love to share with you my newest lesson on Curious, Modernism in American Literature.

Modernism created a new trend in American literature that allowed authors to reject stuffy literary traditions and create something new. Learn about it here!

Take a look and let me know in the comments what you think!

Stay Curious!
Ben Davis

The Work & Life of Frederick Douglass, now on Curious.com

I am excited to share my latest lesson on Curious, The Work & Life of Frederick Douglass!

In this lesson, learn about the history, themes, setting, symbolism, and political impact of a powerful book: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass.

I hope you enjoy the new lesson!

Thanks,
Ben Davis

New Curious lesson - Using the Rhetorical Triangle in Writing

I'd love to share with you my lesson on Using the Rhetorical Triangle in Writing.

Would it surprise you to learn an idea from the third century BCE is still a relevant writing tool? It shouldn't! Learn about the rhetorical triangle today.

Looking forward to seeing your Curious Assignment!

Thanks,
Ben Davis

Understanding Sentence Structure, now on Curious.com

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my lesson on Understanding Sentence Structure.

Take a look at four types of sentences, review the rules of sentence construction, and finish this lesson with a deepened understanding of how to write!

Happy Learning!

Stay Curious!
Ben Davis

I have a new lesson, Comma, Semicolon & Colon Punctuation!

I am excited to share my lesson on Curious, Comma, Semicolon & Colon Punctuation!

Looking for a quick review of punctuation? Then this lesson on English language grammar should be just about perfect! Review the comma, colon, and semicolon.

I hope you enjoy the new lesson!

Stay Curious!
Ben Davis

New Curious lesson - Understanding Conjunctions

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my lesson on Understanding Conjunctions.

Besides holding the title of silliest sounding element of grammar, conjunctions are also important because they are used to coordinate written clauses!

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, I'd love to hear them!

Thanks,
Ben Davis

Latest lesson from Ben Davis

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my lesson on Blended Learning for Educators.

Take the first step toward implementing blended learning with this lesson for educators! Incorporating digital tools for learning can improve student success.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, I'd love to hear them!

Thanks,
Ben Davis

New Curious lesson - Using Adjectives & Adverbs in Writing

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my most recently published lesson, Using Adjectives & Adverbs in Writing.

Are you looking to add depth to your sentences? One key is using adjectives and adverbs. These parts of speech help the reader envision the writer's words.

Take a look and let me know in the comments what you think!

Stay Curious!
Ben Davis

I have a new lesson, Plot & Conflict in a Story!

I am excited to share my latest lesson on Curious, Plot & Conflict in a Story!

What elements of a story make it a story? Much of what changes the impact of a story for the reader is related to the plot, the characters, and the conflict.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, I'd love to hear them!

Thanks,
Ben Davis

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