Sunday, February 10, 2013

Daily Grammar Practice

Daily Grammar Practice (DGP) is something that I started using this year in my classroom. It is a spiral review of many grammar skills. I have seen a huge growth in my students' scores on these assessments, as well as on standardized tests. The assessments start out fairly easy and get more in depth as the year goes on. These DGP assessments cover 8 parts of speech (nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, interjections and prepositions), quotation marks, subject/verb agreement, types of sentences, comparative and superlative adjectives/adverbs, commas, capitalization, and punctuation. It is a spiral review of all 3rd grade common core language standards.

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Parts of Speech - Daily Grammar Practice


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