Need to review for “THE TEST”, but want to do it in a way your students will enjoy? Use these six Jeopardy-style PowerPoint games and four practice worksheets to do just that!
Included in this zip file are the following Word documents and PowerPoint games. All of the worksheets include an answer key. It is recommended to do them in the order specified:
1. Grammar Practice Week 1: Can be given as homework, bell ringer work, or review work. Allow students time to do one section a day, then go over the answers.
2. Grammar Practice Week 2: Can be given as homework, bell ringer work, or review work. Allow students time to do one section a day, then go over the answers.
3. Grammar Quiz: Can be given after going over Grammar Practice Week 1 and Week 2. Take it for a grade, or go over it together in class.
4. Grammar Review Worksheet: Allow students time to do this individually, with a partner, with a group, or do a little at a time as a whole class. Can easily be used as a study guide. There’s even a Jeopardy game that goes with it!
5. Jeopardy Perfect Tense, Nouns, Pronouns, Titles, Subjects, Predicates, Sentence Structure, Prep Phrases: This is the most difficult game; however, it goes right along with the Grammar Review Worksheet. It could easily be used as a review. *TRY IT FOR FREE BY CLICKING ON THE PREVIEW!
There are five other Jeopardy games included. They are:
•Jeopardy Nouns, Pronouns, Possessives, Verbs
•Jeopardy Part of Speech, Punctuation, Writing, Sentences
•Jeopardy Writing, Predicate Adjective and Nominative, Commas, Sentence Structure
These Jeopardy games could be used in any order. They could be used each day as you are doing the Grammar Practice sheets or after you have finished all of the practice.
**THE FREE PREVIEW IS THE ENTIRE JEOPARDY GAME THAT GOES ALONG WITH THE GRAMMAR REVIEW SHEET! CHECK IT OUT TO SEE IF IT WOULD WORK FOR YOUR STUDENTS!
These Jeopardy games and worksheets review deeper Grammar skills that are often missed including:
•Adjectives: Demonstrative, Proper, Predicate, Article, Comparative/Superlative, Antecedent
•Nouns, Pronouns, Possessives, Verbs: Proper, Common, Concrete, and Abstract Nouns; Singular and Plural Possessives; Main, Action, Linking, Helping, Irregular, Past Perfect, and Present Perfect Verbs; Subject/Verb Agreement
•Part of Speech, Punctuation, Writing, Sentences: Identifying Parts of Speech, Commas, Quotation Marks, Narrowing Topics, Topic Sentence, Supporting Detail, Main Idea, Transition Words, Sentence Fragments, Combining Sentences, Object Pronouns
•Perfect Tense, Nouns, Pronouns, Titles, Subjects, Predicates, Sentence Structure, Prepositional Phrases: Present, Past, and Future Perfect Tense Verbs; Concrete, Compound, Abstract, and Compound Nouns; Punctuating Titles; Interrogative Pronouns; Compound Subject and Predicate; Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences; Prepositional Phrases Used as Adjectives and Adverbs
•Verbs: Action Verbs, Direct Objects, Linking Verbs, Subjects and Complements, Verb Phrases, Verb Facts
•Writing, Predicate Adjectives and Nominatives, Commas, Sentence Structure: Persuasive, Sequential, Descriptive Writing; Summarize and Paraphrase; Predicate Adjectives and Predicate Nominatives; Commas-Appositives, Items in a Series, Complex and Compound Sentences, Quotations; Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences with Simple Subject and Predicate or Compound Subject and Predicate; Abstract Nouns, Prepositional Phrases, Capitalization, Compound Nouns, Punctuating Titles