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Grammar Toolkit (Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics Worksheets and Google Slides)

Grammar Toolkit (Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics Worksheets and Google Slides)

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The Grammar Toolkit (Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics Worksheets and Google Slides) has the remedial resources that upper elementary, middle school, and high school teachers need to help their students catch up to the rigorous Common Core grade-level Language Standards.

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This is an amazing product. It makes individualized instruction a breeze!

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* Diagnostic Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics Assessments: Comprehensive and reliable whole-class diagnostic assessments with recording matrices for efficient progress monitoring in printable PDFs and Google forms and sheets. Your choice!

* Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics Worksheets and Google Slides:

45 grammar and usage worksheets and 32 mechanics worksheets, aligned to each skill tested in the diagnostic assessments (CCSS L.1, 2). Worksheets include definitions, examples, skill practice, and writing hints about how to apply the skill within authentic writing. Students complete only those worksheets which the diagnostic assessments determine to be un-mastered skills.

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Google slides of the same content with quick video instruction for most of the slides. Students answer in digital text boxes. Perfect for distance (virtual) learning!

*Language Worksheets

21 language printable PDF worksheets to apply the Knowledge of Language Standards (CCSS L.3). Worksheets include remedial practice in subjects and predicates, sentence types (simple, compound, complex, compound-complex), sentence structure (fragments, run-ons, and complete sentences), as well as writing domains (genre), unity, coherence, and parallelism.

Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics Worksheets

Parts of Speech

#1 Proper Nouns

#2 Common Nouns

#3 Pronouns

#4 Adjectives

#5 Verbs

#6 Adverbs

#7 Prepositional Phrases

#8 Coordinating Conjunctions

#9 Subordinating Conjunctions

#10 Correlative Conjunctions

Sentence Structure

#11 Simple and Complete Subjects

#12 Compound Subjects

#13 Simple and Complete Predicates

#14 Compound Predicates

#15 Simple Sentences / Types of Sentences

#16 Compound Sentences

#17 Complex Sentences

#18 Compound-Complex Sentences

#19 Fragments

#20 Run-Ons

Pronouns

#21 Subject Case Pronouns

#22 Object Case Pronouns

#23 Intensive and Reflexive Pronouns

#24 Pronoun‒Antecedents

#25 Who, Whose, Whom, That, Which

#26 Indefinite People Pronouns

#27 Indefinite Size or Amount Pronouns

Modifiers

#28 Past Participles

#29 Present Participles

#30 Dangling / Misplaced Modifiers

#31 Short Comparative Modifiers

#32 Short Superlative Modifiers

#33 Long and “__ly” Comparative Modifiers

#34 Long and “__ly” Superlative Modifiers

Verb Tenses and Forms

#35 Linking and Helping Verbs

#36 Modals

#37 Past Tense Verbs

#38 Past Progressive Verbs

#39 Past Perfect Verbs

#40 Present Tense Verbs

#41 Present Progressive Verbs

#42 Present Perfect Verbs

#43 Future Tense Verbs

#44 Future Progressive Verbs

#45 Future Perfect Verbs

Commas

#46 Commas with Speaker Tags

#47 Commas with Appositives

#48 Commas within Series

#49 Commas with Introductions

#50 Commas with Geography

#51 Commas with Nouns of Direct Speech

#52 Commas with Conjunctions

#53 Commas in Letters

#54 Commas with Coordinate Adjectives

Capitalization

#55 Capitalization of People / Characters

#56 Capitalization of Places

#57 Capitalization of Things

#58 Capitalization of Holidays and Dates

#59 Capitalization of Organizations and Businesses

#60 Capitalization of Language and People Groups

#61 Capitalization of Events and Historical Periods

Quotation Marks and Italics (Underlining)

#62 Movie and Television Show Titles

#63 Book / Magazine / Newspaper / Website Titles

#64 Song / Poem Titles

#65 Play / Work of Art Titles

#66 Book Chapter Titles

#67 Article Titles

#68 Short Story / Document Titles

#69 Direct Quotations

Additional Punctuation

#70 Apostrophes (Contractions)

#71 Semicolons

#72 Parentheses / Dashes

#73 Apostrophes (Singular Possessives)

#74 Apostrophes (Plural Possessives)

#75 Colons

#76 Periods with Abbreviations / Initials / Acronyms

#77 Exclamation Points

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Instructional materials in the Grammar Toolkit have been selected from the comprehensive Teaching Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics grades 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and high programs, which include the contents of the Grammar Toolkit, plus the full-year, grade-level lessons with biweekly unit tests.


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