This 28 page packet includes:
- Pre and Post Tests
- Progress Monitoring Data Collection Charts
- 36 high-quality photos with example sentences
- 2 image size options included
- Verbs organized by pronunciation and semantic relationships to aid with instruction
- NO PREP – display digitally or print & go
Mastering irregular past tense verbs can be difficult, particularly for students with language delays/disorders or for English Language Learners.
There are many different ways to attempt to sort irregular verbs. The organization of this resource groups 36 of the most commonly used irregular verbs into like groups – either phonetically or semantically. Some of these groups include:
- -aught/ought (ex. brought, bought, caught, fought, taught, thought)
- -ept (ex. kept, slept, swept)
- -ang (ex. rang, sang, sprang)
- -ew (ex. blew, drew, flew, grew, knew, threw)
- No change from present tense (ex. bet, cost, cut, hit, hurt, put, set, rid shed)
- Semantic relationship pairs (ex. ate/drank, sat/stood, read/wrote, won/lost)
Targeting these verbs in groups may help facilitate student learning and aid with recall.
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