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Daily Language Review PPT-Editable, 4th grade Writing Test Prep/STAAR

Daily Language Review PPT-Editable, 4th grade Writing Test Prep/STAAR
Daily Language Review PPT-Editable, 4th grade Writing Test Prep/STAAR
Daily Language Review PPT-Editable, 4th grade Writing Test Prep/STAAR
Daily Language Review PPT-Editable, 4th grade Writing Test Prep/STAAR
Daily Language Review PPT-Editable, 4th grade Writing Test Prep/STAAR
Daily Language Review PPT-Editable, 4th grade Writing Test Prep/STAAR
Daily Language Review PPT-Editable, 4th grade Writing Test Prep/STAAR
Daily Language Review PPT-Editable, 4th grade Writing Test Prep/STAAR
Product Description
This product includes 20 slides of Daily Language Review. Each slide consists of 3 sentences that need to be corrected. I have my students rewrite the sentences correctly in their nicest handwriting in their journal. If you don't have enough time, you could print this PPT in handout format and students could use proofreading marks to make corrections.

This is perfect for the month before STAAR as a mixed review of all writing skills.

These sentences are completely editable, and there are blank slides included for you to add as many slides as you'd like. An answer key is included.

The specific skills covered are as follows:

Commas:
in a series
in dates
in a direct address (beginning , middle, and end of sentence)
in introductory words
in a compound sentence (some have to be added, some have to be deleted)
in a complex sentence
between a city and state
between day of the week and month of the year
before quotations

Capitalizing:
Pronoun I
Months of the year
Beginning of a sentence
A person’s name
Days of the week
Name of a city and a state
First letter inside of a quotation
Retail stores
Brand names

Apostrophes:
In contractions
In possessives

Spelling:
Commonly used homophones
Sight wordsY to I
Double the final consonant
I before E
F to V

Ending punctuation:
Period at the end of a declarative
Question mark at the end of an interrogative
Inside of a quotation

Irregular verbs

Pronouns

Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Subject Verb agreement

Participles

Article Adjectives: Use “An” before a word starting with a vowel

Pronoun antecedent agreement



Total Pages
33 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
N/A
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