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For this 5th grade English/Language Arts standardized test practice worksheet, students read 2 fictional selections and respond to multiple choice and open-ended questions regarding the pieces. Students also read 2 non-fictional pieces and respond to multiple choice and short answer questions regarding the selections.
In this 6th grade English/Language Arts standardized test practice learning exercise, students read 2 fictional selections and respond to multiple choice and open-ended questions regarding the pieces. Students also read 2 non-fictional pieces and respond to multiple choice and short answer questions regarding the selections.
Interpret current events using editorial cartoons and other print media. Middle schoolers explore the meanings of literary and artistic terms such as satire, irony, and caricature. They visit internet sites to develop an understanding of symbols and cartooning techniques. They create their own editorial cartoon. Resource is most effective as a collaborative effort among social studies and language arts teachers, but it is not necessary.
Second graders read the story The Stolen Smell and participate in many language arts based activity connected to the story. They participate in discussions, vocabulary work, analyzing the story, public speaking, illustrating pictures, and writing. A detailed list of reading comprehension questions are included, and there's even a section that focuses on synonym work.
Kids love these Jeopardy-style presentations. This one is especially good. All sorts of language arts skills are tested in this game. The categories are quotations, spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and grammar. Some of these questions challenged my knowledge! An excellent way to engage your charges in the finer points of language arts skills. Excellent!
Fourth graders explore language arts by analyzing poetry styles. In this writing analysis lesson, 4th graders read several sample poems in class and identify similes, metaphors and other figurative language within them. Students analyze a song of their choice and discuss the poetic language within it before their class.