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Given a present tense verb, students will identify the irregular past tense form of the word. Students will edit sentences that contain incorrect past tense verbs.
Irregular Verbs: Take a look at this 47-slide Irregular Past Tense Verb PowerPoint! It is designed to keep your students engaged and attentive. It contains a 2-page PowerPoint companion handout. Students write on the handout, recording their answers, as you advance through the PowerPoint.
The PowerPoint contains the following format:
Slides 1-8: Introduction & Definition Slides
Slides 9-17: Set #1: Some irregular verbs are formed by changing the vowel in the middle of the word. (i.e. sang, drove, woke, grew)
Slides 18-19: Set #2: Some irregular verbs are formed by removing a vowel in the word. (i.e. led, fed, bit, hid)
Slides 20-21: Set #3: Some irregular verbs are formed by changing a consonant. (i.e. made, bent, spent, built)
Slides 22-30: Set #4: Some irregular verbs are formed by changing more than 1 letter. (i.e. taught, caught, went, brought)
Slides 31-34: Set #5: Some irregular verbs are exactly the same as their present tense verb form. (i.e. hit, cut, quit, hurt)
Slides 35-41: Writing Sentences: A present tense verbs is presented, and students write a sentence using the past tense form of the verb.
Slides 42-47: Multiple Choice: Students must determine which of the 4 sentences is written correctly. Then, they edit the incorrect sentences. (If you work with younger students who haven't been exposed to multiple choice formats, you can easily delete these slides.)
BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW!!!
Feel free to check out my other Irregular Past Tense Verb resources:
Irregular Past Tense Verbs Craftivity (includes 2 worksheets!)
Please note: The PowerPoint cannot be edited due to the copyright requirements made by the contributing artists (clip art, font, background).
Also, if you like this PowerPoint, you may want to check out my Plural Nouns Powerpoint that is quite similar:
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