Active and Passive Voice
Identify active and passive voice and alphabetize to the fourth and fifth letter. In these two separate lesson plans, students are given class examples and then work to rewrite active/passive sentences or alphabetize a list of six words.
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Daily Warm-Ups: Grammar and Usage
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