Teaching grammar middle school

Discover innovative and proven strategies for teaching grammar to middle school students. Enhance their language skills and foster a love for grammar with these practical ideas.
Help your middle school students succeed on standardized tests by using a different approach to teaching grammar. By teaching the Five Levels of Grammar simultaneously, your students' grammar and proofreading skills will improve! Their confidence and writing will improve, too! Teaching Grammar Middle School, Grammar High School, Grammar Activities Middle School, How To Teach Grammar, Teaching Verbs, Middle School Grammar, Middle School Literature, Middle School Ela Classroom, Middle School Literacy

Teach Grammar in 5 Minutes a Day

Help your middle school students succeed on standardized tests by using a different approach to teaching grammar. By teaching the Five Levels of Grammar simultaneously, your students' grammar and proofreading skills will improve! Their confidence and writing will improve, too!

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Amber Moser
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Ways to Teach Parts of Speech with Mentor Sentences for Middle School Grammar - The Hungry Teacher

Using mentor sentences for grammar instruction is one way to help your middle school learners understand the correct way to speak and write. Mentor sentences or properly written, model sentences are the best tools for teaching parts of speech. Here are some ways to teach parts of speech with mentor sentences. Label the parts of ... Read more

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Jennifer Roark
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Grammar: Avoid Boring Lessons & Incorporate It Into The Rest Of Your Curriculum

It can be difficult to get students excited about learning grammar, and even more difficult when you don't feel comfortable teaching it. In this #2ndaryELA Twitter chat, middle and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed approaches to teaching grammar, topics covered, avoiding boring lessons, and incorporating grammar into other aspects of ELA curriculum. Read through the chat for ideas to implement in your own classroom.

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Kristi Hensley
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How I Teach Grammar (The Grammar House Cup)

I was desperate for a better way to teach grammar. On my end, I was overwhelmed with how much I needed to teach: how to get it all done and how to do so logically. For my students, I was concerned about their engagement (not tuning out or getting bored) AND how to ensure that they "got it". These worries are particularly valid if you KNOW your students have knowledge gaps, are going to need a LOT of practice, or aren't doing well with transferring knowledge into their writing. Solution: The…

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Beth Ann Pace-Devillez