This resource contains a 20-slide PowerPoint and a matching PowerPoint companion handout. The focus of this PowerPoint is the grammar rule that even confuses many adults- when to use "(Name) and I" and when to use "(Name) and me" when speaking or writing sentences.
The PowerPoint contains the following format:
Slides 1-6: Introduction Slides:
Students determine whether to fill in the blank with "I" or "me" in basic sentences.
Slides 7-12: Instruction Slides:
A simple trick is presented that will help students easily determine when to use "...and I", and when to use "... and me" in sentences.
Slides 13-20: Practice Slides:
Students practice the trick they just learned and fill in the blank with "I" or "me".
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