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Looking for a language or grammar Interactive Notebook that doesn’t claim to be appropriate for several grade levels? Now you have a resource that is specifically designed for the students you teach and the standards you need to cover. This Language Interactive Notebook provides you with an effective way to teach important concepts, all while engaging students and increasing retention. Interactive Notebooks are not just a “fun” or “cute” activity for your students; they are powerful learning tools that teach students study skills and note-taking.
This Fourth Grade Language Interactive Notebook includes 30 activities that cover the following skills and/or concepts:
•Parts of Speech (Review)
•Progressive Verb Tense
•Fragments & Run-ons
•Frequently Confused Words
•Commas & Quotations in Direct Speech
•Quotations from Text
•Commonly Misspelled Words
•Convey Ideas Precisely
•Choose Punctuation for Effect
•Formal & Informal Language
•Roots & Affixes
•Use Reference Materials (Dictionary)
•Consulting a Dictionary
•Similes & Metaphors
•Analogies (Synonyms & Antonyms)
Each activity in this resource comes in two different formats: Option 1 is a "handbook format" where a notebook is not needed. Option 2 is the more traditional Interactive Notebook format that requires a composition/spiral-bound notebook. Download the preview for pictures and more details.
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