Looking for resources to help your students MASTER using Commas to set off words in a sentence INCLUDING ASSESSMENT? Look no further! This is an amazing WEEK'S worth of lessons and practice using a fun SUPERHERO theme that students will LOVE!
Practice includes: using direct address, tag questions, and the words "yes" and "no."
Use a comma to set off the words yes and no, to set off a tag question from the rest of the sentence, and to indicate direct address.
Here’s what’s included:
Lesson Notes- introducing the standard
More Practice- Fun Activity Page
Foldables for Interactive Reader’s Notebooks
Interactive Reader’s Notebook Activities
Sentence Frames- for daily practice
Suggested Lesson Plans for
Mastering using Commas to set off words in a sentence in one week:
Day 1: Lesson Notes and Practice/ Pair Share Sentence Frames
Day 2: Foldable with “More Practice” page
Day 3: 1 Reader’s Notebook Activity and Sentence Frames
Day 4: 1 Reader’s Notebook Activity and Sentence Frames
Day 5: Assessment
*Sentence Frames should be spiraled throughout the year for continuous exposure to the standard
Need more on Commas? Check out our Product Commas and Introductory Phrases, which covers the standard:
Use a comma to separate an introductory element from the rest of the sentence.
Commas and Introductory Phrases
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