Students write a correct complete sentence while responding to picture prompts. This digital resource in Google Slides let's students look at full color photographs while responding.
The pictures in this resource focus on reptiles and amphibians (snakes, lizards, frogs).
This resource contains:
•a teacher download with tips and instructions.
This download contains two simple printable pages for error analysis and small group intervention planning.
•a Google Form for assessment
•a Google Slides resource for each of your students
Page 1: Title Slide
Page 2: Complete Sentence
This slide reminds students what a complete sentence needs.
Pages 3-24: Picture Prompts:
11 picture prompts
Get to know your students writing abilities with these 11 picture prompts. Each prompt has two slides. The first slide asks basic questions such as Who? Did What? When? Where?
After students list the basics, they have the details they need for a correct complete sentence.
On the second slide, students write a complete sentence in response to the picture.
Page 25:Check Your Sentences
Students are encouraged to go back and edit previous slides.
While writing a complete sentence is a basic first grade skill, many English Language Learners in upper grades struggle. I use this with my 2-4th grade intervention students to get a feel for where they are and what they need.
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