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Use this review sheet as a test or homework assignment during your grammar unit. Focusing on parts of speech (particularly direct and indirect objects, pronouns, predicate nominatives, and predicate adjectives), the first part includes fill-in-the-blank and matching questions. The second part prompts eighth graders to label fifteen sentences, write sentences to meet certain grammatical requirements, and diagram three additional sentences.
In this online interactive English skills worksheet, students answer 50 multiple choice questions regarding appropriate grammar. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this grammar worksheet, students identify and underline the predicate adjective in the 20 sentences. Students also underline the linking verbs in another set of 20 sentences.
In this recognizing subjects and predicates activity, students read sentences to identify or add the simple or the complete subjects, and identify or add the simple or the complete predicates. Students write thirty-two answers.
In this nouns and verbs worksheet, students underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice in 7 sentences. Kids identify the underlined words in 7 sentences as complete subject, complete predicate, simple subject or simple predicate. Students choose groups of words to make 5 fragments complete sentences.
In this identifying the complete subject and complete predicate worksheet, students review explanations with examples, identify the complete subjects and complete predicates in sentences, match a subject to a predicate to complete a sentence that makes sense, and fill in the blank with a subject or predicate that makes sense. Students write thirty-three answers.
In this grammar instructional activity, students read the definition of adjectives, and about demonstrative, predicate, and proper adjectives. They copy sentences in which they identify the adjectives and the nouns they modify. They write the type of adjectives used in a set of sentences, and replace adjectives with those from a word bank. They complete a review and assessment page.
Give your class foundational skills by teaching them how to identify the subject and the predicate of a sentence. Walk them through the information on the top of page one, and then let them complete the practice opportunity independently. Twenty sentences are provided, and learners identify both the subject and predicate of each.
Nine lessons in a grammar and usage unit provide endless opportunities for drill and practice. Topics include the four types of sentences, subject and predicates, nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns, adverbs and prepositions, conjunctions and interjections, as well as capitalization and punctuation. The scripted unit includes a culminating activity, handouts, worksheets, a bibliography, and an assessment.
Five sentences are missing their predicates! Use the pictures to choose from two predicates to complete each sentence. Give your beginning writers practice with parts of a sentence.
In these sentences parts worksheets, students review the definitions for subjects and predicates. Students then complete three pages of activities to help them with subjects and predicates.
In this subject and predicate worksheet, students view the School House Rock singing about subject and predicate, read along with the song, fill in the blanks to sentences, complete sentences, and more. Students complete 3 activities.
In this predicates learning exercise, students circle the words that contains the action part of the sentence and write it on the line. Students then take the naming part and action part to make a complete sentence and write it on the line.
In these noun usage worksheets, students review the definitions for nouns and examples of nouns in the subject and predicate. Students complete three pages of activities that help them identify and use nouns in the subject and predicate.
For this subjects and predicates worksheet, students review their grammar skills as they examine 5 fragments identifying each as a subject or predicate. Students then identify the subjects and predicate in 11 sentences.
In this subject and predicate worksheet, students underline the subject and circle the predicate in each sentence. Students complete this for 12 sentences.
In this predicates worksheet, students underline the predicates in the 5 sentences and draw a picture to illustrate the what is happening in the sentence.
Have your class doing everything from reading literature, analyzing literary devices, identifying independent and dependent clauses, discussing, and writing creatively with the rich resource found here. After a mini lesson on independent and dependent clauses, your class will read, annotate, and answers questions on two different short stories by O. Henry: After Twenty Years and The Last Leaf. There is also an activity on optical illusions that explore similar themes without the language demands of a text. As a final task, get your class writing creatively with three potential writing prompts. Note: While many skills are practiced here, grammar in-context is the main focus.
In this predicates worksheet, students read the sentences and circle the action parts in each sentence. Students draw a line from the sentence to the picture it matches.
If you're completely lost on what grammar you should cover for Common Core skill L.9-10.1, look here! You will find some ideas and examples on what to include, making sure your learners can master the skill. The multiple choice quiz is the most effective part of this plan and can be modified with better questions.