Adverb Smart Charts are thinking charts designed for understanding the structure of grammar, adverbs in particular.
The charts are designed to break down grammar into understandable chunks so that students see how and why adverbs function the way they do.
The charts are meant to take students through the thought processes involved in determining if a word is an adverb and how to use adverbs correctly.
These charts can be used as a review of basic grammar or as a teaching tool for instruction.
The charts can be reproduced and used for whole class practice, cooperative practice, and individual practice.
They can be used with textbook practice, workbook practice, and teacher-made practice.
The charts included are
1. Identifying adverbs
2. Using "good" or "well"
3. Using "bad" or "badly"
Adverb Smart Charts
by Dianne Watson
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License