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Punctuation Bundle! Includes Comma Lesson & Colon/Semicolon Lesson (with Notes)

Punctuation Bundle!  Includes Comma Lesson & Colon/Semicolon Lesson (with Notes)
Punctuation Bundle!  Includes Comma Lesson & Colon/Semicolon Lesson (with Notes)
Punctuation Bundle!  Includes Comma Lesson & Colon/Semicolon Lesson (with Notes)
Punctuation Bundle!  Includes Comma Lesson & Colon/Semicolon Lesson (with Notes)
Punctuation Bundle!  Includes Comma Lesson & Colon/Semicolon Lesson (with Notes)
Punctuation Bundle!  Includes Comma Lesson & Colon/Semicolon Lesson (with Notes)
Punctuation Bundle!  Includes Comma Lesson & Colon/Semicolon Lesson (with Notes)
Punctuation Bundle!  Includes Comma Lesson & Colon/Semicolon Lesson (with Notes)
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This is a discounted bundle that includes my Comma Basics Lesson (with guided notes) as well as my Colon and Semicolon Lesson (with guided notes). They were originally designed for use with high school students, but can easily be adapted for younger students! Each lesson runs at about 30 minutes, but can be shortened or lengthened based on ability and amount of practice you choose to do.

Comma Basics:
In this lesson, I focused on five main uses of commas: listing, introductory material, extra material (nonessential), sentences, and quotations. This lesson includes both a PowerPoint presentation and a Word document with an accompanying handout (a version with blanks for students to fill in as well as a version with the answers). To teach this lesson, allow students to take notes on the handout as you use the PowerPoint to provide humorous and helpful images as well as interactive practice throughout the lesson.

Colon and Semicolon:
In this lesson, I focused on the two main uses for colons (used before a list that comes after a complete sentence, and before and explanation that comes after a complete sentence) and the two main uses for semicolons (as a "super comma" in a list of items that contain commas already, and to separate two independent clauses). This lesson includes both a PowerPoint presentation and a Word document with an accompanying handout (a version with blanks for students to fill in as well as a version with the answers). To teach this lesson, allow students to take notes on the handout as you use the PowerPoint to provide humorous and helpful images as well as interactive practice throughout the lesson.

Created for Ms Moore's English Classroom
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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