As teachers, we all strive to get our students to really think about the skills we are teaching them each week. Sometimes with how much we have to plan for in a week, it can be difficult to remember to spiral those skills during intervention, morning work, or literacy centers. Or maybe you had a really good activity you used last year, but you can't seem to find where in the heck you put it...it's ok...you can admit it's true....
Enter the SOLVE AND SORT TASK CARDS: Writing and Language Arts Edition
Check out SOLVE AND SORT TASK CARDS: Math Edition
Math Solve and Sort Task Cards featuring 32 Math Skills
Analysis is a higher level thinking skill in which our students need to (or should) become accustom to practicing according to Bloom's Taxonomy. These cards allow students to think on a higher level, engage in a hands on learning activity, and practice 22 language and writing skills, all the while having little preparation to be done by their classroom teacher! WIN--WIN--WIN!!!
Each set of cards includes:
*2 Categories to compare for Student Analysis
*15 Sorting Cards/ skill
*Student Recording/ Response Sheet/ skill
*Answer Key for student self assessment/ skill **another teacher time saver!
Each answer sheet is designed with the same format in order to save you time on giving new directions each week! Explain the Solve and Sort cards ONCE and you're done for the whole year!! WOOHOO!!
Each set requires students to sort cards based on a given set of criteria. Students will analyze information on the card by solving and sorting each one into the correct category!
The sorting skills are as follows:
*Adding S vs. Adding ES (to make nouns plural)
*Correct vs. Incorrect Capitalization
*Correct use of Commas vs. Incorrect Use
*Needs Capitalization vs. Needs Punctuation
*Opinion Writing Example vs. Narrative Writing Example
*Complete vs. Incomplete Sentence
*Question vs. Statement Sentence
*Command vs. Excitement Sentence
*Nouns vs. Not Nouns
*Nouns vs. Verbs
*Proper vs. Common Nouns
*Plural Nouns vs. Irregular Plurals
*Possessive Noun vs. Plural Noun
*Short Vowels vs. Long Vowels
*Compound Words vs. Non Examples of Compound Words
*Contractions vs. Possessives
*Words with Prefixes vs. Words with Suffixes
*Past Tense vs. Future Tense Verbs
*Synonyms vs. Antonyms
*Adjectives vs. Adverbs
*Past Tense vs. Present Tense Verbs
***READING CARDS COMING SOON!****
This set provides organization suggestions on how to store and implement these task cards so everything is in one happy place and can be switched out in less than 60 seconds! And I promise you WON'T loose this from year to year!! :)
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