Formal & Informal Language Activities | Print & Digital | Distance Learning

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Description

This print and digital Formal and Informal Language Activity Bundle provides a ton of exposure to the standard!

Students will identify whether the dialogue is Formal or Informal Language, write conversations using Formal and Informal Language, and apply Formal and Informal Language to scenarios!

What’s Included?

•Note-taking Literacy Center: Students fill in or create three columns with different tasks in each one. There are two options for this center.

•Sort Activity: Students sort sentences into Formal and Informal Language. Differentiation is done through partners.

•Art Activity: Students create a visual for the concept and have a short writing piece.

•Spin and Roll Game Activity: Two options of the game are provided with different levels of difficulty.

Close Read Activity: This is a teacher-led guided reading group center. There are tasks to complete with each read and another page that can be completed after the read!

•Writing Activity: Students write using the given topic. Two options are provided with different levels of difficulty.

•Direction Tents for each center

•Answer Keys

•A Digital version of all activities included

How to Use...

•These activities are meant to be used after the standard has been taught. The activities should be viewed as a follow-up and a way for students to further understand the topic. If you are looking for the step that comes before this, we have them available in our store! They are our “Week Long Lessons.”

•Each activity is made so that it can be completed in 15-20 minutes. In our class, we use them as literacy centers. We like to set a timer, such as online-stopwatch.com, and students rotate from center to center until they have completed all of the centers. Need a center rotation board? Jobs for your centers? Levels of understanding? Check out our Literacy Center Toolkit in our store!

•Maybe you don’t have time for all 6 centers... That’s ok! Pull 3 or 4 and complete the others at a later date, or even whole class instead of in centers. You can also have one available for early finishers or as spiral review activities later in the year!

•No matter how you use them, your students will be completely engaged while mastering the standard!

•Want to find out more about our Literacy Centers? We have blog posts explaining! Go to www.rigorousowl.com to learn more!

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Formal and Informal Language Week Long Lessons

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Need a way to organize your centers? Grab our Editable Literacy Center Toolkit:

Editable Literacy Centers Toolkit

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Differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and situations where informal discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion).

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