Common Grammar Errors Activity Bundle | Identifying Writing Errors Practice

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Language Arts Classroom
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Students found this resource helpful. Many were novices, so it was a lot to learn (I count myself in this group as well). However, these activities are done well and easy to comprehend. Thank you

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    Wordiness in Writing


    Common grammar errors can keep students from presenting their best writing. These grammar activities are the perfect way to connect grammar to writing and end common grammar and writing errors.

    Writing problems addressed in this grammar bundle:


    subject-verb agreement

    pronoun-antecedent agreement

    adjective and adverb confusion

    errors in verb moods

    incomplete sentences

    misplaced and dangling modifiers

    often confused words

    √ BONUS: Only in this grammar and writing errors bundle is an additional page of practice sentences to eliminate wordiness and redundancy in student writing.

    You can click the above links to see more details about these activities for writing errors.

    Activities in this grammar and writing error bundle:

    √ Tests

    √ Worksheets

    √ Task cards

    √ Presentations

    √ Self-grading Google form

    The activities in this grammar and writing mistakes bundle aim to target confusing grammar and writing errors so you can help students with practice that works!

    Check out the preview to see more details and pictures of these common writing and grammar errors activities.

    Do you need more activities that connect grammar and writing? Try:

    Sentence Structure Activities Bundle

    High School Writing Unit

    Punctuation Bundle Semicolons, Colons, Commas, Quotation Marks, & More

    High School Grammar


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    Feedback from other teachers about these grammar and writing mistakes lessons. . .

    Language Arts Classroom always does a SUPERB job of organizing and presenting high-quality language arts lessons!! I ordered this after using some of her recent newsletter subscriber freebies. This has wonderful printable/digital worksheets about modifiers (adjectives and adverbs, dangling/misplaced), consistent verb tenses/moods, frequently confused words, etc. to correct students' most common mistakes. I think this collection is top-notch!!

    I incorporated many of the tasks into presentations I created, and it made my work much easier having these to start with. I love the wording and explanations---succinct and easy to use.

    These were great to use as mini-lessons with my team-taught academic sections. Students were preparing for their End of Course state test and were able to reinforce a lot of skills with this resource!

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    322 pages
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    Teaching Duration
    1 month
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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
    Place phrases and clauses within a sentence, recognizing and correcting misplaced and dangling modifiers.
    Spell correctly.
    Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
    Recognize and correct inappropriate shifts in verb voice and mood.


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