Grammar Review: Careers in the Media
Grammar practice can be helpful, informative, and fun.
Many students have no idea what careers might suit their individual interests and talents.
Instead of using a set of unrelated sentences, students can review spelling and grammar skills while learning about hundreds of job possibilities.
The set is also a useful review for state writing tests or final exams.
This Grammar Story is the first story in the set of stories about careers.
The exercises focus on the most common errors in spelling, subject--verb agreement, apostrophe, capitalization, punctuation, irregular verbs and plurals, and homophones.
Grammar Review: Careers can be used as homework, seat work, or in learning stations.
Simple to use and to grade, if desired, each story has about 40 sentences with only one grammatical error in each sentence. Students enjoy the challenge of finding the errors, individually or in groups.
The entire story fits on one, two-sided piece of paper, and it includes an Answer Key, PLUS an explanation for each correction. A short Writing Prompt is added, as well as a Corrected Version in paragraph form.
is provided FREE as a sample of the collection.
It includes a Venn Diagram to assist students in contemplating "The Perfect Job."
There are many other Grammar Stories that follow the same format in the
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Help your students contemplate a rewarding career while reviewing important grammar skills.
Thank you for considering these effective and enjoyable resources.
Grammar practice can be fun!