Grammar Practice Activities Using Text Analysis | Vocabulary and Structure

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9th - 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool
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Students need frequent and consistent practice with grammar and language concepts to help build their reading and writing skills. These bite-sized reading passages and language tasks allow students to get regular practice with a variety of sentence structure and vocabulary concepts, while also building their critical thinking skills. Comes with printable and digital (Google Slides™) options.

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These activities will give your students plenty of opportunities for analysis and critical thinking. The tasks are based on passages from classic literature, which are often filled with vocabulary and sentence structures that students may find uncommon or challenging. This makes it a perfect opportunity for students to think more deeply about the grammar and meaning. For example, they can practice understanding difficult vocabulary through context clues and rework complex sentence structures by paraphrasing the ideas into everyday language.

This resource includes 10 reading passages with a variety of grammar and language tasks. Some of the grammar points included:

  • Choosing synonyms appropriate to the context
  • Using context clues to determine the meaning or general understanding of an unknown word
  • Using context to choose an appropriate word to complete a sentence
  • Multiple meaning words
  • Identifying figures of speech, such as similes and onomatopoeia
  • Identifying parts of speech and using related word forms
  • Using homophones, commonly confused words, and apostrophes correctly
  • Using correct verb forms to avoid inappropriate verb tense shift
  • Revising sentences to achieve parallel structure
  • Pronoun-antecedent agreement
  • Connecting words, phrases, and clauses with appropriate punctuation
  • Changing words, phrases, and word order for sentence variety
  • Paraphrasing

*NOTE: All passages used in this resource are from works in the public domain and are not subject to copyright.

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