Recommendations: Grades 4 - 9, ELL, ESE
Learning Format: Individual, Pairs, Small Group, Scaffold
Teaching Format: Diagnostic, Assessment, Literacy Station/Center, Game
Here are parts of speech and punctuation diagnostic/task cards to assist the teacher and student in identifying their correct use of different parts of speech and punctuation.
Each card consists of 5 questions in varying formats and is sub-titled with the specific part of speech/punctuation being diagnosed. Also included are two editable diagnostic/task cards for you to include additional parts of speech and/or punctuation.
Each card features its own answer key so that students can check their own work. In addition, an editable data analysis chart is included with spaces for students' names and a box to write their score for each part of speech and punctuation question.
For best results, print the diagnostic task cards in color. If you chose to print in gray-scale, it will not interrupt the purpose of the task cards.
This resource is aligned with the following Common Core Standards:
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
Demonstrate the command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
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