Adjective Smart Charts are thinking charts for understanding the structure of grammar.
The chart leads a student through the thought process of how and why an adjective is an adjective.
The chart systematically breaks down grammar into understandable chunks.
The charts are meant to be reproducible for whole class practice, group work, or individual practice.
They can be used with textbook exercises, workbook exercises, or teacher-made sentences.
Each chart has an example to show the student how to use the smart chart.
The three charts are
1. Identifying adjectives
2. Determining the the difference between a predicate adjective or a predicate noun.
3. Determining the difference between demonstrative adjectives or pronouns.
Adjective Smart Charts
by Dianne Watson
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License