An Easy Grammar Lesson on a Challenging Concept!!!
This is a great product for teaching students how to avoid using vague pronouns in sentences. It aligns with Grade 6 English Language Arts- Literacy -Common Core Standards (6.1.d). A clear description of what a vague pronoun is in a sentence and three different ways in which vague pronouns could be avoided are given with examples. This is followed by a practice work of 10 sentences with their answer key.
This lesson does not need any preparation, just print and go!! What is more is, the worksheet is editable too! This can also serve as a sub lesson!!!
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