This resource is Part 13 of the “Google for Grammar” bundle and covers parallelism in grammar. It contains seven Google forms: a pre-assessment to assess your students' strengths and weaknesses before beginning the unit, a review that can be used as a final assessment, and five forms with and without lessons that can be used throughout the year as bell-ringers and quick assessments.
• Compatible with all devices
• Parallel Words
• Parallel Phrases and Clauses
• Parallelism with Linking Verbs
• Parallelism When Making Comparisons
• Parallelism with Correlative Conjunctions
These forms will work on all devices that can open Google Forms. The Google Forms are editable and are set to use the Google Quiz feature. No answer key is provided; however, the forms have the answers already. The forms can be printed for students who do not have devices.
This download includes:
1. Links to two Google spreadsheets. The spreadsheets contain links to seven Google forms for you to copy into your Google Drive.
a. One set has the forms with lessons so that the students can read the lesson first, and then do the form.
b. The other set has the forms without the lessons. The forms contain the same questions as the ones with lessons, but can be used as assessments.
2. Microsoft Word documents of all the lessons that are editable.
3. PDF documents of all the lessons.
4. Instructions for accessing forms, changing the settings in Google Forms, sending them to students, putting them in Google Classroom, gathering responses, scoring, and links to additional help.
Google forms utilize free web and app resources, so there may be rare times that the technology does not work as planned. I have spent numerous hours rereading these forms and documents. If you happen to find an error, please email me so I can fix it as soon as possible.
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