Grammar In Practice: Hair Horror Story (Grammar Quiz Activity Exercise)

Grammar In Practice: Hair Horror Story (Grammar Quiz Activity Exercise)
Grammar In Practice: Hair Horror Story (Grammar Quiz Activity Exercise)
Grammar In Practice: Hair Horror Story (Grammar Quiz Activity Exercise)
Grammar In Practice: Hair Horror Story (Grammar Quiz Activity Exercise)
Grammar In Practice: Hair Horror Story (Grammar Quiz Activity Exercise)
Grammar In Practice: Hair Horror Story (Grammar Quiz Activity Exercise)
Grammar In Practice: Hair Horror Story (Grammar Quiz Activity Exercise)
Grammar In Practice: Hair Horror Story (Grammar Quiz Activity Exercise)
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This is a practical grammar quiz (or activity) that I usually give my Grade 8 and Grade 9 students (though Grade 7 would similarly benefit from this, and weaker senior classes, as well). The activity highlights common real-world writing grammar mistakes that I have found my students often make. This product contains the following:

1. Quiz/Activity: "Hair Horror Story" - Short story with ten multiple-choice fill-in-the-blank grammar questions. Includes answer key as well as Student Response Form. (4 pages)

2. PowerPoint presentation of 8 of the grammar points raised in the activity (24 slides in all, but really more like 8 main slides/points).

3. PDF version of PowerPoint presentation (24 pages, but again, really more like 8 main slides/points).

4. PDF handout of the grammar points notes (3 pages). (I give these out to students who have a difficult time taking notes from the PowerPoint presentation.)

So realistically, I am calling this a 10-page product.

In the classroom, depending upon whether I use this lesson as a quiz, activity, or diagnostic, I will decide if I provide the students with the grammar notes before or after the quiz/exercise.

Some of the grammar points exemplified and explained:
(1) "then" vs. "than"
(2) "advise" vs. "advice"
(3) "affect" vs. "effect"
(4) the correct use of quotation marks

As this product contains PDFs and PowerPoint (pptx) files, it is zipped.

Please feel free to email me any questions or comments.
Total Pages
10 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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