Daily Language Review: This spiral review is one of the easiest ways to make sure you are covering all of the important grammar and vocabulary standards that your students need to know. PREVIEW and REVIEW all year long!
This resource is designed to be used on a daily basis (Monday-Thursday) for up to 36 weeks. Each week has 20 (“5 a Day”) language skill items that can be done in class or assigned for homework and then discussed/corrected in class the following day.
Detailed teaching notes and a student handbook included. Download the preview to see what one week looks like.
•Dangling and Misplaced Modifiers (CCSS L.7.1.C)
•Word Connotation (CCSS L.7.5.C)
•Context Clues (CCSS L.7.4.A & D)
•Synonyms and Antonyms (CCSS L.7.5.B)
•Morphology (Meaningful Word Parts) (CCSS L.7.4.B)
•Eliminate Wordiness & Redundancy (CCSS L.7.3.A)
•Spelling (CCSS L.7.2.B)
•Literary Figures of Speech (CCSS L.7.5.A)
•Phrases and Clauses (CCSS L.7.1.A)
•Greek & Latin Roots/Affixes (CCSS L.7.4.B)
•Comma Usage (CCSS L.7.2.A)
•Multiple Meaning Words (CCSS L.7.4.A & C)
•Simple, Compound, Complex, Compound-Complex Sentences (CCSS L.7.1.B)
•Analogies (CCSS L.7.1.B)
3rd Grade CCSS 5-A-Day Language Review
4th Grade CCSS 5-A-Day Language Review
5th Grade CCSS 5-A-Day Language Review
6th Grade CCSS 5-A-Day Language Review
8th Grade CCSS 5-A-Day Language Review
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