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Sentence Completion 12: Low-Advanced SAT Level
Desiccate, despoil, devise, descry! You would be remiss if you did not use this sentence completion instructional activity to challenge even your best pundits. The SAT level words and the beautifully detailed explanations key would help to ameliorate the fears of test takers.
10th - 12th Language Arts 4 Views 19 Downloads
Sentence Completion 14: High-Intermediate Level
Part of a series of exercises, this sentence completion worksheet could be used as an assessment, as extra practice, as the basis of small group discussion, or as homework. The extensive answer key explains how to approach problems of this style and how to use comprehension strategies to solve the problems.
9th - 12th All 3 Views 10 Downloads
Sentence Completion 21: Low-Advanced SAT Level
Learners must select the best words to complete the six sentences on a worksheet designed to test their critical thinking skills as well as their vocabulary knowledge. The included answer sheet, which details how to determine the correct answer for each prompt, also provides comprehension strategies for test takers.
7th - 9th Language Arts 4 Views 23 Downloads
Sentence Completion 13: High-Intermediate Level
Foreshadow, recant, impulsive are a few of the words your pupils must know to correctly respond to the eight problems on a sentence completion worksheet. The detailed answer key provides insight into the logic and strategies learners can use to be successful on exercises of this kind.
Pre-K - 8th Language Arts 11 Views 44 Downloads
On-Demand Assessment: Writing of an Information Paragraph About How a Bullfrog Survives
Having read and discussed Bullfrog at Magnolia Circle, third graders demonstrate their bullfrog expertise by writing informational paragraphs. Building on the note-taking and paragraph planning from the previous lesson plan, learners create writing with a topic sentence, supporting details, and concluding sentence while focusing on carefully choosing words for effect.
2nd - 4th Language Arts 141 Views 94 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Comparing "The (Really) Great Law of Peace" and Chapter 3 of Eagle Song
Fourth graders gain experience comparing multiple versions of a story as they continue reading the book Eagle Song. After first revisiting the article "The (Really) Great Law of Peace" from the previous unit, the class independently reads chapter 3, using sticky notes to identify specific details showing similarities and differences between the two pieces of writing.
3rd - 5th Language Arts 54 Views 19 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Analyzing an Argument
How do you read non-fiction, informational text? How do you recognize the rhetorical devices a writer is using? How do you determine the tone of such a document? Lincoln’s First Inaugural Address provides a perfect vehicle for learners to develop and practice these necessary skills.
10th - 12th Language Arts 161 Views 129 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Sentence Structure Sentence Drop
Teach your class about the different types of sentences with this sentence drop worksheet. In each box, pupils connect words to create three distinct sentences on the topic of sentence structure. While this worksheet looks a bit overwhelming at first glance, it could be used as a fun way to challenge learners and show them how sentences are put together.
3rd - 6th Language Arts 13 Views 222 Downloads
The ea and ear sounds
Focus on the /ea/ and /ear/ sounds. Learners complete three sentences by adding the appropriate ea word from a word bank, re-writing each sentence. Then, they read an excerpt from Little Red Riding Hood and find all the words with the ear sound.
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 19 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Combining with Participial Phrases
Using interesting sentence structures found in Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen as a model, class members practice combining two or three sentences by adding participial phrases to increase sentence fluency. Action-packed settings and a familiar series of events are then chosen as the basis for descriptive paragraphs.
3rd - 6th Language Arts 17 Views 123 Downloads
Slowly But Surely
The US mint has created this fabulous lesson plan, which practices language arts and mathematics skills. Learners will use the provided worksheets and step-by-step instructions to experiment with different sentence structures, use various parts of speech to write sentences, as well as use their addition and multiplication skills to compute sentence values.
3rd - 5th Language Arts 17 Views 145 Downloads
Expand sentences into action chains. Divide the class into small groups giving each group a sentence with an action on it. The group's task is to add two more actions that fit with the original action in order to make an action chain! A very basic concept and lesson plan.
3rd - 5th Language Arts 23 Views 67 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Beginnings and Endings
Are you working on punctuation? Use this excellent worksheet about how to properly begin a sentence and end it with punctuation! Learners practice capitalizing letters when appropriate, as well as choosing the correct ending punctuation. A very good worksheet is included in the plan for extra practice.
1st Language Arts 30 Views 96 Downloads
Subjects and Predicates
From simple subjects to compound predicates, this PowerPoint is a great tool for teaching the two parts of a sentence: subject and predicate. There are thirty-one colorful and interactive slides in this presentation which includes brief explanations, sentence examples, and multiple questions for your class to answer.
3rd - 6th English Language Development 117 Views 360 Downloads
ASL: Building a functional vocabulary
Best resource ever! Teaching and learning to teach ASL just got easier. For special education teachers or those working with hearing impaired students, this lesson provides story and time telling practice using ASL. Each blue link you click on connects you with an image or video of the sentence or vocabulary word to be taught.
2nd - Higher Ed 21st Century Skills 6 Views 87 Downloads
Start at the Beginning!
Okay, your writers are ready to become authors - but how do they begin? This packet uses humor to keep kids entertained as they learn about first sentences. First, they get a brief introduction to the various types of beginnings they could use, and why it is so important to choose wisely.
4th - 8th Language Arts 5 Views 42 Downloads
The proper way to connect ideas in a sentence is covered in the comprehensive resource. First, learners discuss how to use and, but, and or to connect ideas. Then, they explore the use of other commonly used words. Finally, they look at examples and identify which word belongs in a sentence.
7th - 8th Language Arts 3 Views 7 Downloads