An excellent game for preparing students for the AP Literature and Composition exam. Just print out, cut out strips, and hand them to all your students. Start with the BEGIN strip and put on the timer and have students say "I have . . ." and the
This version of the great WHO HAS classroom game focuses on schemes and devices of syntax needed for success on the AP Language and Composition Exam.
To play the game, you print out the file and cut along the dotted lines to create strips. Then,
This 93-page book of sponge activities for grammar and usage was created for use with an overhead projector and includes handouts, notes, quizzes, cumulative tests and keys for every major error of grammar and usage. It is divided into 18 weeks to
This 10-week unit is meant to be made into transparencies and used daily as a sponge activity on rhetorical devices, also called language devices, tropes, and schemes. It contains several sentences per day, which students identify by the device
The Game Show Wizard Extreme contains 15 different games that use the same sets of questions and can be played on any Windows computer. You can make your own questions or use the thousands of questions included, which surround science, social
This unit includes overhead notes and Daily Overhead Assignment (sponge) activities for 36 weeks (18 if you want more of a challenge for your students). It also includes practice activities and tests categorized by each type of syllogistic statement
This unit includes seven weeks of daily sponge activities that cover 30 major logical fallacies. Intended to be used with an overhead projector it includes two questions per day with exam reviews and exams.
This 6-week unit is meant to be made into transparencies and used daily as a sponge activity on advanced vocabulary, words typically found on qualifying exams, such as the SAT. It includes the daily bell-ringer, practice activities, tests, and keys.