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SAT® Teacher Guide

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What's Inside Shmoop's Online SAT® Teacher Guide

  • Scripted SAT® lessons that won't make you or your students snooze
  • Explanations that cover every topic on the Reading, Writing, and Math sections of the SAT
  • Useful tips for decoding vocabulary questions, compare-and-contrast problems, and those pesky paired passages
  • Student handouts keyed exactly to the material you cover
  • A course planner for planners who like planning 4 or 14 weeks ahead
  • All-new sample problems that you won't find anywhere else
  • A guide to the SAT Essay, complete with general strategies, a sample essay, and a practice run
  • More math problems than you can shake a stick at
  • A chance to pit your students against each other in an epic Shmoints showdown

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