Teaching parallelism or parallel structure can be so much fun! It's one of my favorite lessons of the year, and this game is why! Instead of lecturing about grammar and parallel structure, try this game. The game cards are ready to cut and pass out. Each card has an example of parallelism. You give students the examples and let them work backwards for the definition of parallelism. This set also works for repetition and anaphora.
But if a game isn't your speed, there's also worksheets for parallelism, repetition, and anaphora. The answer keys are also includes. These worksheets allow for greater flexibility in how you approach this lesson: the worksheets can be used as part of game play, individually, in partners, as homework, or as review.
Pairs perfectly with my High School English and Grammar Data Sheets
and my ELA Goal Setting FREEBIE
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