way to get students to practice and develop their knowledge of sentence structure, sentence types, and common sentence errors. It's a great activity for test prep
and review, holidays, the last day or week of school, or other filler days.
I usually hate "test prep." But let's be honest: we all want to review a bit before sending our students into spring state tests to make sure they can do their best. "Law & Order: SSU"
is a fun, interactive way for students to review what they know about sentence structure as well as to learn new concepts. In the game, students will play in teams to find answer questions based on example sentences--and just to keep it fun, the example passages are all about episodes of Law & Order
"Law & Order: SSU"
is intended to be used as a competitive game show, but it could also be used for a fun full-class activity or done with partners.
This PowerPoint game has almost fifty possible questions (as well as a few fun bonus round questions) and is packed with fun, interactive animations, sound clips, and navigation buttons. NOTE that there is one font you will need to install to get the game to look like the preview pictures, which only takes a few seconds.
This game is just one in a series of fun test-prep review games. Check out the others:
"Epic Grammar FAIL"
"Shootout at the Homophone Corral"
"Catch That Word"
Or get all of them at once by purchasing "Game Show Mania ÃƒÂ¢Ã¯Â¿Â½Ã¯Â¿Â½ Five Fun ELA PowerPoint Review Games"
. This will save you $5!
All these review games are based on my Ten-Minute Grammar units:
Ten-Minute Grammar: Trimester One
Ten-Minute Grammar: Trimester Two
TRADEMARK DISCLAIMER: This product is not endorsed by NBC or the creators of the Law & Order
TV show. For that reason, I can't sell it for a profit. But after creating it for my own students, I figured I might as well share it with others. So enjoy, free of charge!
I hope your students have a blast with this. Please follow my store to get updates on new products, and don't forget to WRITE A REVIEW
Created by Arik Durfee