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In this subjective pronouns worksheet, students determine singular and plural pronouns referring to first person, second person, and third person nouns. Students complete fifteen activities.
Start kids thinking about point of view and autobiographies by telling them a short story about your morning (first person), and then asking a volunteer to re-tell the story to you (second person). There are tips to help you tie this...
Sad, depressed, miserable, inconsolable, forlorn: so many synonyms have a lot of variety with their connotations. Through the guided imagery activity, writers explore the use of connotation and its influence on imagery and description by...
Practice distinguishing biography from autobiography through point of view. Tell a brief story of your morning. Have a class member retell the story to you (using second person). And have another retell the story to the class (using...
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Dig into a classic math problem with your classes. Through an engaging task, learners work with rate and distance information to make conclusions. In the task, two people walk at different rates; one leaves first, and scholars calculate...
As your authors prepare to write a hypothetical novel, they need all the inspiration they can find! Using a book they have already read (and enjoyed), learners complete a literary analysis by filling in eight short-answer questions....
Students choose better pronouns to use in their writing. In this pronouns in writing lesson, students identify pronouns in their writing, then replace second person pronouns to improve their writing.
Present personal pronouns with this resource. This instructional activity starts out with information about and examples of pronouns and personal pronouns. Learners review key teaching points about personal pronouns and then take a test....
Scholars need to learn as early as possible the different types of point of view, because one cannot speak in the second person for his entire life—it would be very rude. This covers first, second, and third person. The examples are...
A simple, four-question handout that invites pupils to consider their personal anxiety and coping mechanisms. It provides space for responses. The third question shifts from the second person to first person, but it is a minor error.
In this personal pronouns worksheet, students fill in 10 fill in the blank answers about personal pronouns and choose which multiple choice pronoun in parentheses correctly completes 8 sentences. Students practice using the pronouns I or...
In this narrative perspective worksheet, students identify the narrative perspective of paragraphs read including first, second, third person, and more. Students complete 9 problems.
Most countries experience an economic slump from time to time. Learn about the ways the Federal Reserve can intervene in a struggling economy before a crisis occurs with a short video from Crash Course Economics that focuses on monetary...
For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. In the case of the blob, that reaction is a trip several feet in the air! Learners begin by watching the world-record blob jump. They then analyze the flight of the person using...
For this subject and object questions worksheet, students correct the mistakes in 8 sentences and then write 8 complete subject/object questions in the second person.
If you need to teach about power, this is an outstanding educational resource! It provides definitions of work and power, and gives examples to help junior physicists apply the information. The format is neat and the graphics are...
In this probability worksheet, students solve eight math problems involving various scenarios enveloped with the concept of probability. Lastly analyze specific data frequencies to draw a histogram.
Is it yours, mine, or his? Get comfortable with possessive pronouns in a resource that contains a slide show and grammar activities. Once you review the basics, learners can use possessive pronouns easily and correctly in their writing.
Work on deciphering the point of view of various pieces of literature. As readers review the concepts of first, second, and third person perspective, they apply what they know to different passages.
Pronouns, and their appropriate use, are the focused on in this resource. Students see that there are first, second, and third-person pronouns. After viewing the presentation, students try their hand at identifying mistakes (if any) in...
Young grammarians locate pronoun agreement errors, in number, gender, and/or person, in a series of sentences, and then re-write the sentences correcting the errors.
Little learners recognize symbols, objects and how to depict numbers. In this matching lesson, they can match the number names with a set of items, model ordinal numbers, and complete a cute, cartoon-character worksheet.
Rename your subjects with nominative pronouns. After reviewing the lesson and examples, show your middle schoolers the presentation saved in a PDF document. Several activities give them the opportunity to practice using personal pronouns...
Cinderella is a classic love story when Cinderella is the protagonist—but what happens if a stepsister tells the story? Focus on point of view with a lesson about fairy tales and story elements. After reading a few familiar fairy tales,...
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