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Flippin' Grammar: Teaching Grammar through a Flipped Classroom

Description: 

This unit will be designed to be taught concurrently with other units throughout the beginning (1st quarter and beginning of 2nd quarter) of the school year.  It will focus on teaching grammar concepts in context.  Front-loading grammar instruction has been a focus of the district ELA department.

Learning Targets: 
Identify parts of speech
Understand sentence fragments and run-ons
Use punctuation effectively
Understand the difference between “style” and “rules”
Implement strategies to correct their own grammar
Author: 
debiasiz
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Licensing: 
Creative Commons Licence
Grade: 
Common Core Language Arts