Welcome to Barrington Middle School's Green Team's ELA Wiki!

  • Use the info in the bar to the right to find information and to navigate (find your way around) the site
  • Scan the TAG CLOUD below to find out which topics have more info posted about them...and which need more added

  1. absolutes
  2. action verbs
  3. adjective
  4. adjectives out of order
  5. adverb
  6. adverb clauses
  7. analyze
  8. appositives
  9. brainstorming
  10. clause
  11. compare
  12. complex
  13. complex-compound
  14. compound
  15. conjunction
  16. contrast
  17. conventions
  18. declarative
  19. dependent clause
  20. describe
  21. diddorol
  22. draft
  23. edit
  24. essay
  25. evaluate
  26. exclamatory
  27. explain
  28. fiction
  29. formulate
  30. gaming
  31. hyperbole
  32. ideas
  33. imperative
  34. independent clause
  35. infer
  36. interjection
  37. interrogative
  38. metaphor
  39. non-fiction
  40. noun
  41. onomatopoeia
  42. organization
  43. participial phrases
  44. phrase
  45. plan
  46. poem
  47. poems
  48. poetry
  49. predicate
  50. predict
  51. preposition
  52. presentation
  53. prewrite
  54. pronoun
  55. publish
  56. repititive
  57. revise
  58. sentence fluency
  59. simile
  60. simple
  61. speech
  62. speeches
  63. spelling
  64. subject
  65. summarize
  66. support
  67. trace
  68. verb
  69. voice
  70. word choice

TAG CLOUD ABOVE: The bigger the word, the more often the tag appears in the wiki

Students: Add to this wiki

  • Click on the "New Page" button in the top left to put your own content into this wiki, or choose "edit" to add to/improve a page
  • Alternative: You can search for the word "stub" to find a page that is in need of info. (Please report it if only this page comes up in your search, so that I know it's time to create new stubs)
  • Remember, if you've noticed a typo or content error, you have the power to fix it!
  • Send an email to Mr. Graykinfor any of the following reasons:
    • To report the changes and additions you made: Include in your email which page(s), what info (a summary of the changes is fine)
    • To ask any questions you might have
    • To praise any chickens, rubber or otherwise, whom you've grown to admire

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