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Sixth graders practice skills to increase their literacy. In this literacy lesson plan, 6th graders review the different types of pronouns and spend the majority of the lesson plan retelling a story. This lesson plan is part of a larger unit.
In this to be worksheet, students complete sentences, choose the correct words for sentences, complete a word search, and more. Students complete 5 activities total.
In this pronoun recognition worksheet, students read about pronouns other than personal, then complete an exercise, writing verbs that agree with indefinite pronouns in sentences.  
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.
In this nouns and pronouns instructional activity, students underline nouns in sentences, circle antecedents, identify noun and pronoun types, and more. Students complete 30 problems.
In this interrogative sentence worksheet, students practice forming questions as they rearrange 6 different groups of words to form 6 sentences including the interrogative pronoun "what."
In this parts of speech worksheet, students identify nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and more in sentences. Students complete 30 problems total.
Use this as a quiz or practice packet to help your class review different parts of speech. The six exercises focus on subjects, verb phrases, pronouns, adjectives, and adverbs. Learners identify different parts of speech; no writing is required with this packet. 
In this language arts instructional activity, 2nd graders complete fill in the blank and multiple choice activities about subjects, pronouns, dictionary work, and more. Students complete 25 questions.
Third graders develop multi-paragraph compositions. They include an introduction, first and second level support, and a conclusion. They use a variety of sentence structures (e.g., simple, compound/complex) and sentence types (i.e., declarative, interrogative, exclamatory, imperative).
Students reflect on life. In this reading comprehension lesson students participate in a variety of activities related to creating a positive outlook about life. Students read, write, and make inferences.
Nouns, verbs, pronouns...they're all covered here! This presentation gives a detailed look at each part of speech, but know that you cannott skip slides or start at any slide except for the first. Create a guide to keep your class focused and on track with the somewhat lengthy slide show. 
In this interactive grammar worksheet, students complete five sentences by using the simple past form. Students also read a dialogue and fill in the missing words in the correct verb form.
In this paraphrasing activity, students watch a paraphrasing video, fill in the blanks to sentences, and complete sentences where they do not paraphrase. Students complete 13 problems total.
Wow! Here is a great explanation of all of the various types of pronouns. Personal, reflexive, possessive, indefinite, interrogative, demonstrative, and relative pronouns are briefly covered in this three-page document. Read through it with your class before assigning them practice opportunities. 
Young grammarians complete 20 interrogative sentences by adding formulaic question tags. They use the verbs could, would or should with an appropriate pronoun in question tags to complete each sentence. Example: They would listen, wouldn't they? I'd use it in my ELD classes or for elementary school learners.
Sentence construction is both a science and an art. This bare bones lesson ties an analysis of earth's geology to sentence formation. Although referenced as a major part of the activity, there are no links to the technology or resources used. Only the standards and lesson procedures are fully developed. 
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.
Integrate grammar activities and review into your daily classroom routine to facilitate practice and reinforcement of this vital skill.
In this online interactive grammar worksheet, students choose the appropriate multiple choice verb to complete 6 sentences correctly. Students determine whether the article "the" should be used in 10 blanks in 1 paragraph. Students then insert the correct word form of a bolded term to complete 10 sentences.

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