Common Core Standard Speaking and Listening SL.5.6: Use formal English when appropriate to task and situation.
Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks, using formal English when appropriate to task and situation.
Are you as tired as I am of the misuse of "good" and "well" by students (and adults) today? Example: You played good today!
OUCH....It drives me crazy, which is why I created this printable lesson for my class, so they could do well.....and produce good work.
This two-page worksheet first introduces the importance of using "good" and "well" correctly and then clearly defines how each is properly used. It then gives ample practice with thirty sentences for students to read and then select whether "good" or "well" is correct in the sentence. Students then self-correct or correct with the teacher and rate their "grammar prowess" based on their results. Hopefully they will do well (not good). Answers provided.
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