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Try a little Americana to practice grammar and spelling skills with intermediate and middle school level students.
Tall Tales Grammar Set A includes:
1. Annie Oakley--Sharpshooter
2. Big Mose--N.Y. Fireman
3. Hiawatha--Native American Hero
4. Joe Magarac--Steelworker
These tales focus on the most common errors in homonyms, subject--verb agreement, apostrophe, capitalization, punctuation, and irregular verbs and plurals.
The set can be used as homework, seatwork, and preparation for state writing tests or final exams.
Each tale itself fits on one, two-sided sheet of paper.
Simple to use and grade, each sentence contains only one grammatical error. Students enjoy trying to find it!
Every tale includes an Answer Key, PLUS an explanation for each correction, as well as a writing prompt and a corrected version in paragraph form.
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Try it out in your classes, and watch your students actually LIKE grammar practice!
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For EXTRA fun in class:
Pair two students together, and give teams points for each correct answer. Total points over several days or weeks on a wall chart, and award small prizes or grade points when a certain level is reached. Students love the competition, and the pairs like helping each other find the errors.
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Some other grammar stories using the same format:
Career Grammar Stories
History of Sports
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