Focused Homophones Practice Sheets: TWO OPTIONS to help your students master this skill and provide you with a quick grade! Passages are written to engage the quirky, sometimes snarky, middle-school mind.
1) Use Page 2 as one week’s worth of warmups or exit tickets OR
2) Use Page 3 as a ready-to-go assessment of student mastery.
--READY TO PRINT (copy at 85% to glue into interactive notebooks)!
--Detailed instruction includes definitions and examples.
**BONUS!!!** Use these FREE Worksheets with their accompanying INTERACTIVE POWERPOINT
that guides students through the activity! Then collect the worksheets themselves for a quick grade! :)
--Also builds into an extended practice activity: There, Their, They’re: Haunting 3-Page Practice and Creative Writing
TEKS Focus (Oral and Written Conventions/Spelling); 22(C): Spell commonly used homophones, 21(A): Differentiate between commonly confused terms
CCSS/CCR Focus (Language — Vocabulary Acquisition and Use): Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words; L.4.1g. Correctly use frequently confused words
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