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ACT English Prep Baseball Cards

ACT English Prep Baseball Cards
ACT English Prep Baseball Cards
ACT English Prep Baseball Cards
ACT English Prep Baseball Cards
ACT English Prep Baseball Cards
ACT English Prep Baseball Cards
ACT English Prep Baseball Cards
Product Description
Baseball season is the time to make your ACT English practice fun and productive. This is a unique kind of practice for high school Language Arts. This is your chance to grab students with your unique question-answer baseball cards.

Use as ACT practice game cards, study guide, or as an assessment tool.

Cards are in 2 versions (black and white version is displayed), color-coded with 4 different colors so that you will know the difference between question-answer and/or type of question, and black and white to save on ink. Both versions have matching baseball logos for question and answer.

The answer cards give a comprehensive explanation of answer which in-and-of itself is an entire lesson!

Multiple choice questions address the following areas:

• Grammar and Usage: Your understanding of agreement between subject and verb, between pronoun and antecedent, and between modifiers and the word modified; verb formation; pronoun case; formation of comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs; and idiomatic usage.
• Sentence Structure: Your understanding of relationships between and among clauses, placement of modifiers, and shifts in construction.
Rhetorical Skills
• Organization: How well you organize ideas and choose effective opening, transitional, and closing sentences.
• Style: How well you select precise and appropriate words, maintain the level of style and tone, manage sentence elements for rhetorical effectiveness, and avoid ambiguous pronoun references, wordiness, and redundancy.
Directions for 2-sided printing and use are included.

Laminate them for years of use.

Baseball cards include the following prompts:

-Choose the word or set of words that, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

-The following sentence contains either a single error or no error at all.

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Total Pages
40 x 2
Answer Key
Included with rubric
Teaching Duration
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