My students love 4 Corners games in the classroom! Get your students up and moving around with this classroom-tested 4 Corners game designed to add practice, review, or remediation to your ELA grammar activities!
Having the explanation poster on the Recording Sheet helped give students visual cues for pronoun-antecedent agreement and provided thoughtful conversation starters as we explored why answer choices were made.
Common Core Grade 3 and 6 ELA Literacy Standards are referenced, along with Pennsylvania Core: Conventions of Standard English Grades 4, 5, 6 Eligible Content correlation.
Display the first question slide from my PowerPoint pdf file on your Smartboard. Wait until all students have answered the question, given about 1-2 minutes for each question, and ask them to stand by the letter of the multiple choice answer selected.
We play 4 Corners games frequently. So, I hung wooden A, B, C, D alphabet letters painted to complement my classroom walls. Simply writing each of those 4 alphabet letters on paper and hanging in designated spots of your classroom works just as well.
Students can answer the questions using the Recording Sheet I've included in the product file, scrap paper, individual whiteboards, or printed copies of the PowerPoint slides.
Using that 1-2 minute wait time per question, gave a bit more accountability as well; students had to work through the questions rather than going and standing by an alphabet letter with a friend or early finisher.
Each of the 12 question slides is followed by an answer slide.