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In this product, I have created a Google Slide with 3 different activities related to using punctuation in addresses and the corresponding answer keys.To start, I have created a "refresher" page that tells what an address is and when to punctuate addresses (with examples).Let's Practice: Students wi
Grades:
2nd - 4th
CCSS:
If you are looking for a no prep and super easy to use product over addresses and how to correct capitalize and punctuate them...You have found it here! Student friendlyDigital version available through Google FormsAnswer key includedBackground and no background versions These fun task cards are a g
Grades:
1st - 5th, Adult Education, Staff
This is a Google Forms check in for punctuating addresses. It can easily be published to Google Classroom or another learning platform. Great for quick formative assessments, creating ELA small groups, and exit slips. Takes the hassle out of grading because it grades it for you! Aligned with third g
Grades:
3rd - 5th
I am so proud of this lesson! When I found the Common Core Standard for punctuating a pause in 8th grade, I looked high and low for a resource before realizing one needed to be created. How difficult can creating an ellipsis, dash and comma lesson be? Trust me, it wasn’t as easy as I originally thou
Common Core Language Standard L.5.2c : Use a comma to set off the words yes and no (e.g., Yes, thank you), to set off a tag question from the rest of the sentence (e.g., It's true, isn't it?), and to indicate direct address (e.g., Is that you, Steve?). I find that most of my students already know h
This worksheet is a no prep, one stop shop for teaching students to punctuate with commas, specifically when using yes/no, tag questions, or direct addresses. Teach CCSS L 5.2C by focusing on informational text. This worksheet has an Ice Age theme and includes passages and facts about that era. Stu
This is the Google Edition of my 8th grade Common Core Standard for punctuating a pause PPT, Lesson plan, Worksheets and more are included.A lesson plan follows the POWERPOINT which includes an activating strategy, teaching strategies and summarizing strategies. Using the Essential Question: “How do
This worksheet introduces students to using commas when someone is directly addressed in a sentence. After explaining the rule with a couple of examples, students are given 10 sentences to punctuate on their own. Answer key is included. *This worksheet is also included in my Comma Worksheet Unit
Give your students this deck of 20 cards to help them understand comma placement in an address. Each card represents a community business or member who is trying to find the correct address. Students must drag and drop the vehicle or person into the correctly punctuated location.Boomlearning Cards l
This concise, one-page handout provides a simplified overview of the rules involving punctuating correctly. The importance of students being able to recognize groups of words that form an independent clause, a dependent clause, and a phrase cannot be emphasized enough since most punctuation issues i
Grades:
6th - 12th
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Direct Address: This fun worksheet bundle includes 4 worksheets, with a corresponding answer key for teacher use. The pdf is high resolution, and made to fit 8.5" 11" paper seamlessly. In this set we cover direct address, students identify whether or not sentences are punctuated correctly, rewri
This activity addressing Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, Chapter 6 can be used as a comprehension check, discussion guide, or study resource. Engage students in an exploration of Fitzgerald's masterful use of diction and symbolism to develop their understanding and appreciation of The Great Gatsby.PD
The Mechanics Unit addresses sentences, misspelled words, capitalization, punctuation (Includes 12 files below) 1) Fragment or Sentence?: Students identify fragments and sentences as they turn fragments into sentences. 2) Commonly Misspelled Words: A sign of commonly misspelled words. Perfect fo
These LANGUAGE POSTERS address ALL 4th grade Language standards! Each poster has the concept defined with examples and lists when applicable. Students will refer to these throughout the year and so will you! They make a great visual for difficult concepts. Posters include: Relative Pronouns Relat
Use this fun unit to address the Core Core standards RL3.2, in which students must recount stories including folktales from diverse cultures. This unit will also help guide your budding writers to become creative storytellers.Contents:•Common Core Standards: Writing• Common Core Standards: Reading•
These Pirate Style LANGUAGE POSTERS address ALL 4th grade Language standards! Each poster has the concept defined with examples and lists when applicable. Students will refer to these throughout the year and so will you! They make a great visual for difficult concepts. Posters include: Relative P
This set of 20 task cards addresses the following narrative writing skills: -Punctuating Dialogue -Writing Dialogue -Incorporating Figurative Language given a prompt -Writing Hooks -Sequencing Story Events This set of task cards comes in regular AND modified versions for easy differentiation. Rec
Grades:
6th - 8th
Files Included: Commas Rule Workbook for Years 3-6Commas are used to punctuate texts in the way the writer wants the audience to interpret meanings. The position of a comma can change the meanings of a sentence. This fantastic little book of comma usage is perfect for teaching students how to use co
Task card set for practicing capitalization and punctuation - addresses basic rules plus punctuating quotes and capitalization when writing a letter. Also included - capitalization and punctuation posters.NOTE: For a digital version with one task card per slide, and ready for students use with text
This handout or minilesson quickly explains how to punctuate nouns of address. Sample sentences are included, an explanation of the rule, and an opportunity for student practice make up the document.
This PowerPoint was designed for high school biology students and it addresses the following topics: - Jean Baptiste de Lamarack's assumptions - Charles Darwin - Natural selection - Gradualism - Speciation - Convergent vs. Divergent evolution - Punctuated equilibrium - Adaptive radiation - Fossils
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Grades:
9th - 12th
This quiz (ten questions) is designed to be a quick assessment on punctuating titles. It address titles requiring quotation marks, underlining, and italics. The multiple choice format requires students to look carefully at each choice and determine the correct way to write a variety of titles. This
Here are 32 task cards to help your students learn to properly punctuate and identify singular and plural possessive nouns. Each card requires students to both write the possessive noun correctly (by adding the apostrophe), and to tell whether the word is singular or plural. Several of these cards a
Writing fables has never been this fun! Use this engaging unit to address the Core Core standards RL3.2, in which students must recount stories including folktales from diverse cultures. This unit will also help guide your budding writers to become creative storytellers.Contents:•Common Core Standar

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