Parts of Speech Task Cards - QR Codes is a great way to assess students' understanding of the eight parts of speech without using traditional worksheets. This set comes with 20 task cards. Each card has a sentence with 3 underlined words students label as noun, pronoun, adjective, adverb, conjunction, interjection, preposition, or verb. Simply print and cut the task cards along with the student answer sheet.
If your students have access to techology and can download a free QR Reader (I suggest i-nigma), then print the QR codes, post around the room, and have students walk around and check their work when they are finished. If you don't have technology access, you can use the answer key included to go over correct answers.
This activity can be done individually, in pairs, or in small groups. It can be used as pre-assessment or post-assessment.
Note - When I use i-nigma QR reader on my iphone, the answers are tiled one under other. However, on Android phones, the answers appear in paragraph form; therefore, Android users can use Snapchat to read their codes more clearly. Also, for #17, "neighbor's" reads "neighbor/'s" no matter how many times I redid it.