Using PowerPoint Lessons: Digital Classroom

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Are you looking for a way to spice up your lessons? Instead of just writing on a whiteboard and handing out worksheets, I began to create PowerPoint lessons to see if I could spike my students' interest during grammar time. Very quickly, I learned that I was spending less time writing on the board and focusing more on their engagement. Here is a video I made to show you what the slides look like with animations. Click
here
to check out the grammar PowerPoint lessons.

ELA Interactive PowerPoint Lessons
Base Words and Affixes

Adjectives
Pronouns
Commas
Determiners
Verb Tenses
Subject-Verb Agreement
Nouns
Singular and Plural Nouns
Inflectional Endings
Conjunctions
Prepositions
Types of Sentences
Capitalization
Homophones
Multiple Meaning Words
ABC Order
Synonyms and Antonyms
Sort into Categories
Shades of Meaning


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