Do your upper-grade students struggle with using "your" and "you’re" correctly—even after you’ve gone over the difference a hundred times? Eliminate this exasperating mistake from student writing with this teaching idea and guided practice.
This product includes the following:
• A mini-lesson that will truly help writers be more conscientious when using "your" and "you’re" It’s also fun, memorable, and offered for free in my store. I’ve simply included it with this product for your downloading convenience.
• A fifteen-slide PowerPoint that requires students fill in the correct word. This presentation uses a popular social networking format since this mistake is so common on users’ posts.
• A separate document with teaching tips that include independent practice ideas.
Thanks so much for considering one of my lessons! This is one I’m especially excited about since it is fun to teach and can really diminish the amount of "your" and "you’re" errors in student writing.
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