Students love to play their way into correct language answers through games.
An entire year of ready no-prep-needed materials.
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Four full units here will invite interactive play
, individual and group learning, collaborative approaches, revision opportunities, and review quizzes (with answer keys) – all the tools they need to excel in standardized grammar, or writing tests.
Teach and test grammar
through cheat sheet tools, fun games, active practice opportunities and a brain-friendly review systems that prepare students to apply grammar correctly in real life settings!
Check out all the brain based tools you receive in this jam-packed 261 page bundle for the entire grammar year
File all four units in a binder to show included learning objectives and lesson targets and impress supervisors who observe your lessons. Find a table of contents for each unit - which shows exact page numbers for all materials. Save time as you can locate just those tasks you need - or you can move through the entire units progressively.
All you need is included in each unit within 5 ninety-minute lessons!
A total treasure chest of 20 ninety-minute lessons! Break up student-ready tasks into shorter sessions as they are laid out for flexibility (even though times are suggested for each task). Students love to start English or Language Arts classes with a brief student-ready interactive grammar task.
Hand out this bundle to substitute teachers and they too have all they need
– including the entire grammar content to move students forward while you are away!
Expect to Learn and Apply Interactive Grammar Tasks All Year Long
UNIT ONE includes ~
Yes-no questions with multiple intelligence responses - Cheat sheet rules for creating yes-no questions - Survey your multiple intelligences - Sample MI chart to display individual and class strengths - Interview task to help you ask yes-no questions about strengths - "Wh" questions with multiple intelligence responses - Interview-a-peer task to create "Wh" questions - Cheat sheet – rules for creating "Wh" questions - Radio show feedback form - Tag Questions - YouTube Video – “A Little Time” - Lyrics to “A Little Time” worksheet - Lyrics to “A Little Time” answer Key - Tag questions cheat sheet - Noun Clause Tasks and Answer Keys -Noun clause cheat sheet – Use to review for your upcoming quiz- Noun Clause- practice opportunity Identify noun clauses - Answer Key for Noun Clause practice opportunity Identify noun clauses - Review questions for practice in pairs - Review with practice worksheets - Multiple Choice Grammar Review Quiz - Multiple Choice Review Quiz Answer Key
UNIT TWO includes~
- Adjective/ relative clauses - Matching race – task for silly adjectives - Answer key - matching race – task for silly adjectives - Cheat sheet – adjective clauses – relative clauses - Adjective – relative clauses - - practice test - Answer key - adjective – relative clauses - - practice test - Adverbial clauses – teaching others as you learn yourself - Adverbial clauses – teaching others as you learn yourself - Jigsaw for problem solving – task cards - Cheat sheet recognizing and creating adverbial clauses - Task to Create one exam question on the topic you taught peers - Engage whole class in answering your exam question - Gather feedback to discover helpful insights from peers - Practice test – adverbials clauses in action - Answer key - practice test – adverbials clauses in action - Definite and indefinite articles - Cheat sheet on rules for using indefinite and definite articles - The definite – indefinite article game - The definite – indefinite article game - A practice opportunity for articles - A practice opportunity for articles - Past unreal conditionals - Cheat sheet for past unreal conditionals - Past unreal conditionals – interactive teaching tool - Answer key - past unreal conditionals – interactive teaching tool - Practice opportunities for past unreal conditionals - Answer key - practice opportunities for past unreal conditionals - Review for all lessons in unit two - An opportunity to practice adjective clauses again - Answer key for practice in adjective clauses - Practice test – for adverbial clauses in action - Answer key for practice test – for adverbial clauses in action - Past unreal conditionals – interactive practice tool - Past unreal conditionals – interactive practice tool - A practice opportunity for articles - Answer key for a practice opportunity for articles - Multiple choice test for all of unit two - Answer key for multiple choice test for all of unit two
UNIT THREE Includes ~
Sentence level negation for opposing view perspectives - 32 opposing view task cards - Cheat sheet for sentence level negation - Task to create correctly formed negative statements - Answer Key for correctly formed negative statements - Adjective – relative clauses - - practice test - Exit slip - demonstrate an ability to form negative statements - Passive voice – use and misuse - Create suspense scenario where passive voice works - Cheat sheet – passive voice use and misuse - Forming negative sentences – practice worksheet - Answer key - forming negative sentences – practice worksheet - Present perfect through active engagement - Capture cheat sheet facts and create flash card review tools - Cheat sheet on rules for using present perfect - A practice opportunity for present perfect tense - Answer key for A practice opportunity for present perfect tense - Present perfect progressive - Motivate bored younger student to learn present perfect progressive - Multiple intelligence task to engage different parts of the brain - Cheat sheet for present perfect progressive - Practice opportunities for present perfect progressive - Answer key - practice opportunities for present perfect progressive - Review for all lessons in unit three- Lesson review overviews - Simple past negation of sentences - Answer key - implement past negation of sentences - Multiple choice test for all of unit three - Answer key for multiple choice test for all of unit three - Task cards to create scenes for who done it narrative - Blank task cards to create scenes for who done it narrative
UNIT FOUR Includes ~
Comparatives and superlatives used in real life settings - Affirm peers in comparatives and superlatives task - Cheat sheet – comparatives and superlatives - Practice opportunities for comparatives and superlatives - Answer key - comparatives and superlatives - Subject verb agreement - Test design warm-up - subject verb agreement - Cheat sheet subject verb agreement - Practice opportunities for subject verb agreement - Answer key - Practice opportunities for subject verb agreement - Simple past regular and irregular - Pull irregular verbs from a hat – task - Irregular verb list in past simple - Cheat sheet – simple past, regular and irregular - A practice opportunity for simple past, regular and irregular - Answer key practice - for simple past, regular and irregular - Present progressive - Give me one and get one back warm-up task - Cheat sheet – present progressive - Practice opportunities for present progressive - Answer key - practice opportunities for present progressive - Review for all lessons in unit four - An opportunity to practice unit content - Multiple choice test for all of unit two - Answer key for multiple choice test for all of unit four.
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will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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