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Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Review Escape Room
Students will review pronoun-antecedent agreement rules with these task cards that ask students to choose the correct pronoun and unscramble a 20-letter secret phrase to escape the room. Your download includes (in .pdf format, which cannot be edited): * 80 subject-verb
Conjunctions and Transitions Review Escape Room
Challenge students to review conjunctions, transitions, and conjunctive adverbs with this engaging, fun and rigorous escape room. Students will review conjunction and transition types, as well as uses for them. Option to use with technology or without. This product is included in my Secondary English Escape Room Bundle ⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌ Your
Escape Room - Reading Test Prep - Middle School
Escape room style reading test prep. Includes context clues station, non-fiction text structure, plot diagram practice, and practice with common reading vocabulary terms. This interactive escape room requires technology. This is a great form of test prep for any middle school ELA state test.
Fiction Comprehension - Teaching with a Mountain View
Types of Comprehension Questions Foldie Fun! We focus a lot of teaching the difference between Literal and Inferential questions, but once we have that down, we start talking about the different types of questions we find in reading. FREE template included.
Mystery Project Middle School ELA Distance learning
In this ready for October, student-centered unit, students explore the genre of mystery. What makes a mystery? Why do some people love to be scared? What makes mysteries interesting? At the beginning of the unit, students choose from 4 activities in: reading, writing, art, and research.