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Overview:
In this activity, students are given a series of fill-in-the-blank questions about the different parts of speech. A word bank has been included on each slide that contains all the words that will be used to fill in the blanks.  
Subject:
Language, Grammar and Vocabulary
Level:
Lower Primary, Upper Primary, Middle School
Material Type:
Formative Assessment, Game, Interactive, Self Assessment, Vocabulary
Author:
Date Added:
03/18/2020
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Language:
English
Media Format:
Interactive

Comments

PAULA MCLAMB on Nov 06, 07:23am

The "Play the Interactive" link does not work.

Tori Mazur on Oct 19, 11:49am

I am not able to open this resource.

LAURA CAREY-BLACKMAN
on Jul 07, 07:00pm Evaluation

NC.EX.ELA.L.3.1e: Limited (1)

Partial alignment by covering only the use of a subject to produce sentences part of standard and should be considered as part of a unit that would address the standard

This resource may want to examine additional vocabulary in some of the sentences that would allow students to use context clues when typing the answers.

LAURA CAREY-BLACKMAN
on Jul 07, 07:00pm Evaluation

Engagement: Strong (2)

This resource has strong levels of engagement for elementary students and is purposefully designed for accessibility by all students Students have opportunities to retry incorrect answers with reference to the word bank available for every question.

DULCE CASTILLO
on May 29, 08:51am Evaluation

NC.EX.ELA.L.3.1e: Limited (1)

This activity addresses far more than the ELA standard indicated. Prepositions, conjunctions, adverbs, and articles are not addressed until the 4th or 5th grade. The resource would be better suited to address the ELA writing standards. Although this activity is engaging and entertaining, It is developmentally appropriate for students in the middle school setting. Parts of speech are fully addressed and understood by 4th and 5th grade students.

DULCE CASTILLO
on May 29, 08:51am Evaluation

Engagement: Strong (2)

This would be very engaging for students in the upper end of the elementary school grades and most appropriate for middle school students.

DULCE CASTILLO
on May 29, 08:51am Evaluation

Evaluation: Limited (1)

This activity is designed to reinforce but not evaluate student mastery of grammar. It is engaging for students and will encourage them in learning more about grammar.

DULCE CASTILLO
on May 29, 08:51am Evaluation

Adequacy: Limited (1)

Content in this resource needs to be modified to address the specific standard which is included here. NC Writing and additional Language standards can and should be included to more specifically address the topic of grammar and conventions. This activity is more developmentally appropriate for 5th-8th grade students.

DULCE CASTILLO
on May 29, 08:51am Evaluation

Accessibility: Limited (1)

Although students are encouraged to keep trying to submit a response when the one they've submitted is incorrect, Learning disabled students will benefit from a reduced number of choices (reducing from all choices to 3 choices so these students will not feel overwhelmed.

DULCE CASTILLO
on May 29, 08:51am Evaluation

Motivation: Superior (3)

The concept of earning coins is very clever!

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