Enlarge the document at a local printing company or education agency. Use as a whole group teaching tool and then as an anchor chart.
Assign different students or groups of students different rows or columns.. Have them complete the sections related to their rows or columns. Then, come back as a whole group to present and share information.
Use this chart as a learning center.
Use this chart as part of carousel reports.
This chart could be used as part of an assessment cycle on adjectives. Use as the pretest. Use for formative assessment/checking for understanding. Use for the posttest.
This chart can easily be accommodated by having students only complete certain boxes or by “chunking” the work and studying one adjective at a time.
Use as part of an interactive notebook. Print size may need to be reduced depending on the size of the interactive notebook being used.
Encourage students to color code and personalize their sheet by using colored pencils, colored pens, highlighters, and markers. A classwide system of color-coding could also be implemented to help students distinguish between the types of adjectives.
Cut the chart on the lines and use as a mixing and matching game. Use this as a center. This works especially well if the sheet is printed on cardstock, cut apart, and laminated.
Create a list of adjectives for students to categorize within this chart.