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Grammar

Students in French 3/4 had a difficult test coming up. In an effort to review the grammar in a new and different way, I applied for an educational license with the scavenger hunt app, Goose Chase. Students downloaded the app, got into teams electronically and I started the game at my computer. Students were led by clues to locations around the school where I had placed signs.

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This English unit allows the students' to explore music, and story writing while identifying literary devices such as figurative language and grammar usage.

 

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This short unit is designed to instruct students on how to identify fragments and run-ons in writing. It will also give them multiple tools to fix sentence fragments and run-ons. The final assessment is a tiered assessment.

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Students will learn how to identify various sentence types (simple, compound, complex, compound-complex), and how to utilize them in their writing. They will also learn how to identify and correct sentence fragments and run-ons. Formative assessments will largely take place online via google forms.

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Grammar works better in conjunction with writing! For this unit, students will work together to review the parts of speech in grammar. They will then take that knowledge to collaboratively research a persuasive paper on why grammar should or should not be taught in school.

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