Teaching the eight parts of speech can be a continual process. Even when I move onto other grammatical terms, I need to revisit the definitions and lists associated with the parts of speech. I created this Google Slides presentation and digital infographics to make the material meaningful.
Students can take notes on the digital note sheets while watching the presentation and keep them for reference.
This grammar unit for the eight parts of speech includes:
☆ A grammar presentation with 65 slides. It is editable.
☆ Eight digital note taking sheets in an infographic format. Students can take notes, add images, or give examples individually or in groups with these digital infographics.
The presentation specifically covers:
★ Nouns (concrete, abstract, proper, common, collective)
★ Pronouns (personal, compound personal, relative, demonstrative, interrogative, indefinite)
★ Adjectives (proper, demonstrative, predicate & types of questions they answer)
★ Verbs (action, linking, helping)
★ Adverbs (types of questions they answer)
★ Prepositions (list included)
★ Conjunctions (coordinating, correlative, subordinating)
Examples are included of the specific types for each part of speech.
I purposely left the eight parts of speech presentation editable. That way, if you simply need the basics (not the different types of nouns, for example), you can delete those specific slides and still use the rest of the presentation. If you need to review types of pronouns, you can do so and save the rest for another time.