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This week we are learning about formal and informal language and WHEN to use it in writing. The kids loved acting out scenarios using different types of language (e.g., meeting the queen using formal language vs. meeting the queen using informal language)


Formal and Informal Language Anchor Chart for 2nd Grade. Common Core Standard L.2.3a

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Flip Flop Formal or Informal Language Activity Package

Flip Flop Formal and Informal Language Activity Package is alligned to CCSS 2.L.3a. It includes three different variations to keep your students engaged as they compare the two uses of language. It features the following:30 game cardsBacking to print on game cardsGameboardAnswer sheet for studentsAnswer key to save you timePosters for teaching Formal and Informal CCSS 2.L.3a Compare formal and informal uses of English

How to introduce people in formal situations

Formal and Informal Language

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Formal and Informal Language Task Cards and Anchor Charts

This Formal and Informal Language packet includes four instructional pages about formal and informal language, 36 task cards with varying question types (identifying formal and informal language, making inferences about the context or setting of a situation, and identifying key words or cues that are common to informal language and formal language). Check it out!


Formal vs Informal Language - English Vocabulary