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Strengthen your pupils' writing with this worksheet, which provides a reference guide to using strong verbs instead of forms of is and have. Learners then rewrite twelve sentences to make them stronger. This is a great activity to work on word choice or in the middle of a writing unit.
In this online interactive grammar skills learning exercise, students answer 50 multiple choice questions regarding general vocabulary and grammar skills. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this online interactive grammar crossword puzzle worksheet, students use the 19 clues to determine the words that fill in the blanks to appropriately complete the word puzzle that pertains to grammar. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
For this online interactive grammar crossword puzzle worksheet, students use the 43 clues to determine the words that fill in the blanks to appropriately complete the word puzzle that pertains to grammar. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this grammar worksheet, students will read 5 of the 15 most common grammatical mistakes in oral and written language. There are 2 examples of each mistake and 2 examples of how to correct the mistake.
In this grammar worksheet, students will read examples of the 5 most common grammar mistakes made in written and oral language. Then students will read the corrected versions of the sentences.
In this crossword puzzle worksheet, students find the words associated with grammar in the crossword puzzle. Students find 11 words.
In this grammar quiz worksheet, students complete a set of 8 varied questions about grammar concepts. Students may click on an answer button beneath each sentence to check their work.
In this grammar learning exercise, students will read 5 of the 15 most common grammatical errors in written and oral work. There are 2 examples of each mistake and 2 examples of the corrected mistake.
In this grammar testing worksheet, students complete a 25 question diagnostic test covering a variety of concepts. Students select answers by clicking on a button beside each sentence.
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Students listen to the Cat Stevens song, "Moonshadow." They empty an envelope of slips and place the slips in the correct order. Students, in small groups, discuss the mood of the song, how it makes them feel, and the unpleasant possibilities that Cat Stevens sings about. Students must find the grammar error repeated several times in the song. An incredible worksheet!
Fourth graders use a word processor document to refine and practice their grammar. They focus on subject and verb agreement and/or run-on sentences. The document can be used as assessment.
Students determine what grammar is and how they have learned it. In this creative writing lesson, students read "Style' Gets New Elements," and respond to the discussion questions. Students then present grammatical rules to one another using songs, dance, poetry, and skits. Extension activities are provided with this lesson.
Students review parts of speech and share informative usage presentations to their classmates. In this grammar lesson, students discuss the importance of using appropriate speech and then read "The I's Have It." Students create their own posters about effective pronoun usage and share them with their classmates.
Explore the different symbols of grammar. Middle schoolers write two sentences using different symbols, including asterisks, apostrophes, and ellipses. They also read and answer guided questions.
Students strengthen academic skills by playing online games. In this online game instructional activity, students practice grammar skills, vocabulary, and make connections between English and Spanish. Students track progress on progress sheets.
Bring this lesson into your unit about creative writing and precise language. First, middle schoolers create a piece of writing with the help of their classmates. In the second part of this workshop, they edit their own piece of writing. This exercise allows them to use their knowledge of grammar and word choice in their writing.
Use proper letter format and grammar to participate in a mail relay. After completing a pre-test about their knowledge of proper letter format, middle and high schoolers write letters to pupils in other high schools, which are relayed around the country. They show proper format and details to fit the intended audience.
Assign a paragraph a day! For the first four days, class members will need to focus in order to improve a paragraph and make it their own. Revision suggestions are given for each prompt. On the fifth day, give writers the chance to compose their own paragraph. Accompany these paragraphs with lessons on how to improve word choice and grammar. Sample revisions are included.