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- Niesha H., Special Education Teacher
- Philadelphia, PA
Interrogative Pronoun Teacher Resources
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Explore the world of pronouns; it's a lot bigger than you think! With reflexive, indefinite, relative, demonstrative, interrogative, and intensive pronouns, you have to give your class clear, easy to understand explanations. After introducing each of these types, give your class this practice opportunity to deepen understanding.
Here is a terrific presentation to use as you are introducing the eight parts of speech to your class. Each of the parts of speech gets a thorough introduction, and many examples are given. There is a strong interactive component to this PowerPoint, which I believe will lead to better understanding. This is one of the better PowerPoints I've seen on the eight parts of speech.
A good overview of the basic parts of speech, this presentation is ideal for a junior high class that likes flashy animation and bright colors. The concepts are complete, but simple enough to lend well to lecture notes. Use the slide show as an introduction to a grammar unit or a writing lesson.
This comprehensive assessment tool covers parts of speech, transitivity, punctuation, common usage errors, and verb tense. Your budding grammarians demonstrate knowledge of an array of discrete points of correct usage in English. I'd use it as a Back-to-School assessment to see what everyone has retained over the summer and what needs to be reviewed or taught.