Handout for the notebook outlining how a subordinating conjunction works. Included is a list of 29 common subordinating conjunctions, examples of how they're used as other parts of speech, and six tester sentences to assess student comprehension.
Use these organizers to allow students to conduct research and jot down the basics concerning one or several Egyptian Pharaohs. Either provide the readings for them at stations or allow them to use a computer to find the info themselves. I provide a
Use this writing assignment as an early in the year diagnostic assessment, or as your first major writing assignment. I use it in a college level (general) course to assess writing proficiency in grade 12 students. It's also handy to refer back to
Reuse this activity as many times as you want. Eventually, students won't need a sheet printed, they'll simply be able to write the sentences on their own paper and hand them in. I will use it as an exit card to ensure students were focused on a
Quiz of 15 sentences - simple, compound, and complex. Students simply identify the type of sentence. Can be used as a handout or projected onto a screen so students only need copy numbers and sentence type. I've even done this using scrap paper from
Before my Grade 10 class begins their Literature Circles unit, I allow them 5-10 minutes with each novel. They fill in the Book Pass Review Sheet after reading a few pages and examining the book. On the back they'll jot down their preferences for
Ten sentences for students to identify simple subject and predicate. Quickly reinforce and practice students' understanding of the parts of the sentence. Provides a quick formative assessment for teachers. Answer key included.