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Study The Hunger Games from a grammatical point of view with this unit of activities, study guides, graphic organizers, and interactive notebook pieces. This mentor sentences bundle encourages students to study grammar from real literature, so that they realize the connection between the two.
This unit contains over 200 pages of grammar activities, graphic organizers, lesson ideas, and advanced thinking questions. Using each chapter from The Hunger Games, this grammar unit contains sentences for students to analyze and identify. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is a beloved book, and these mentor sentences will enhance students understanding.
Grammar topics covered:
- eight parts of speech
- parts of a sentence
- types of sentences
- review of above concepts
- activities for distinguishing difficult concepts (example: prepositions vs. conjunctions)
Grammar basics, such as identification of ideas, are covered as well as practice with proper punctuation and analysis of the author's word choices. Students will read a paragraph from the novel, rearrange or change an element, and evaluate the change to meaning or character perception.
The entire unit is common core aligned and addresses the language section. The preview contains specific details, and you can check out my first chapter for free!
This grammar unit contains graphic organizers and specific teaching ideas at a discounted rate, but many of the individual chapters are in my store as well:
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