A bundle containing my four separate task card packs: subject-verb agreement, pronoun-antecedent agreement, word choice and punctuation. Great for ACT or SAT review! Each pack contains 40 colorful numbered flashcards (160 total cards in the bundle), eight per page, that can be printed in two-sided format so the answers show up on the back of the questions. Cards can be cut along the black lines on each page and laminated or used as practice worksheets. Great for bell ringers, review games, study sessions or five-minute review activities.
Research shows that isolating and reviewing specific skills on the English portion of the ACT and SAT tests helps students more than simply taking an English practice test repeatedly without recognizing which skills are being tested or without knowledge of those skills. These notecards not only give answers to questions but also explanations of the answers.
This bundle includes the following products:
Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Task Cards
Subject Verb Agreement Task Cards
Word Choice Task Cards
Punctuation Task Cards
** Punctuation information covered includes colons, semicolons, dashes, periods, apostrophes, run-ons, fragments and quotation marks.
The cards in this bundle ARE included in my mega bundle:
ELA Task Cards Mega Bundle
** Word choice information covered includes parallelism, verb tense, commonly confused words, active-passive voice, transitions, wordiness, and modifiers.
** Subject-verb agreement information covered includes singular and plural subjects, indefinite pronouns, and compound subjects.
** Pronoun-antecedent agreement information covered includes reflexive, objective, subjective, personal, possessive and indefinite pronouns, as well as antecedents.
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