Daily Fix It Grammar and Quote Analysis Looking for Alaska by John Green

Daily Fix It Grammar and Quote Analysis Looking for Alaska by John Green
Daily Fix It Grammar and Quote Analysis Looking for Alaska by John Green
Daily Fix It Grammar and Quote Analysis Looking for Alaska by John Green
Daily Fix It Grammar and Quote Analysis Looking for Alaska by John Green
Daily Fix It Grammar and Quote Analysis Looking for Alaska by John Green
Daily Fix It Grammar and Quote Analysis Looking for Alaska by John Green
Daily Fix It Grammar and Quote Analysis Looking for Alaska by John Green
Daily Fix It Grammar and Quote Analysis Looking for Alaska by John Green
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These are DO NOW activities to use as a bell ringer to the start of class for Looking for Alaska by John Green. It gets students editing and proofreading while also staying on topic with the text. The quotes come directly from the text. Students will receive the quote from the text with errors, and teacher has the fixed version to share after students complete. These can be written on the board by the teacher or copied onto a white board program such as a Promethean or Smartboard. Just copy the fix it to project, or cut the answer key and provide a copy to the students to fix on paper. For this activity students will identify who said it, how it is pivotal to the chapter, and fix the errors, without looking in the text. Find an example of the first chapter below. Great for getting students COMMON CORE ready by analyzing text as well as grammar and spelling.

Chapter 1-one hundred thirty-six days before

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They left and so I sat with my parent’s and stared at the blank TV and wanted to turn it on but new I shouldn’t. I could feel them both looking at me waiting for me to burst into tear’s or something as if I hadn’t known all along that it would go precisely like this.

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They left, and so I sat with my parents and stared at the blank TV and wanted to turn it on but knew I shouldn’t. I could feel them both looking at me, waiting for me to burst into tears or something, as if I hadn’t known all along that it would go precisely like this.

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