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Who Vs. Whom
In this who and whom worksheet, students examine the difference between the 2 interrogative pronouns as they read a brief selection and respond to 10 multiple choice questions.
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Daily Warm-Ups: Grammar and Usage
If grammar practice is anywhere in your curriculum, you must check out an extensive collection of warm-up activities for language arts! Each page focuses on a different concept, from parts of speech to verbals, and provides review...
3rd - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
The Who-Whom Problem in Noun Clauses, Lesson 20
Clear up that pesky who/whom debate for good in your middle school class with this presentation. Focusing on the signals in clauses and subject placement, the slides encourage learners to use the correct pronoun in the correct...
6th - 9th English Language Arts
Who vs. Whom: Pronoun Agreement
How do you know when to write who and when to write whom? Learn some tricks for deciding which word belongs in a sentence. Unfortunately, while this teaches kids an effective way to check their grammar, it does not introduce the actual...
7th - 10th English Language Arts
Rules of Thumb for Pronoun Case
Discern whether a pronoun is in the place of the subject or the object to determine which case to use. Pronouns are clearly listed for each case and many sentence examples are given. "PETs" (Pronoun Editing Tips) are given as hints to...
9th - 12th English Language Arts
Who Could Have Been Who
Can word choice affect a candidate's likeability? Use a New York Times instructional activity to explore how a presidential candidate's likeability factor can fluctuate in public opinion polls. Young readers choose a presidential...
6th - 12th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Halt! Whom Goes There? - Pronoun Case, Continued
Pronoun cases are continued, focusing on the times to use who or whom. As long as you know what part of speech each is functioning as, there is no longer any confusion. Yossarian the Grammarian adeptly explains this concept.
11 mins 4th - 8th English Language Arts