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  • A Rocky Top Teacher

    Good idea for a writing journal. Mini-lessons, foldables, anchor charts, etc. go on the left side and then the students practice with the skill using a writing activity on the right side.

  • Kelly Wilson

    Grammar notebooking

  • Tanya McLain

    Grammar Journals. 1 skill per week, applied in actual student journal entries. Great idea instead of weekly worksheets... .Wish I knew where to find the grammar lessons she uses.

  • Brooke King

    Grammar journal- so doing this. As a warm up students write a journal entry on the right page (the prompt will usually make them use conventions that they will discuss in the following grammar lesson). On Mondays introduce that weeks grammar rule. Students will take notes on the left side of their journals. They now have the particular grammar rules and how they applied those rules in a writing sample all together.

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Certainly an interesting twist on this. I could see it really helping some kids to remember the difference!

The Nine Parts of Speech Three little words you often see, Are articles - a, an, and the. A noun's the name of anything As school, garden, hoop, or swing. An adjective tells the kind of noun - Great, small, pretty, white, or brown. Instead of nouns the pronouns stand - Her head, his face, your arm, my hand. Verbs tell of something to be done, To read, sing, jump, or run.

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Great chart with comma rules. I'd add that Rule 2 doesn't change even when you follow AP style and omit the final comma in a series. Also, commas almost never go after "and" or "but."

Posted with a desire to help myself and others look a little less silly. :)

I don't know how common these words are in the typical 6th grade spoken or written vocabulary and I hope they never need to know the difference between flammable and inflammable but the infographic is still sort of neat.

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Spelling lessons! Lisa and I were just talking about this today lol my biggest pet peeve!

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