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Teaching Grammar Through Writing: Activities to Develop Writer's Craft in All Students in Grades 4-12

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Teaching Grammar through Writing "is the ideal springboard to teaching grammar to students in grades four through twelve. In a flexible, adaptable approach filled with ready to use activities, author Keith Polette shows teachers how to teach students to learn to recognize, and then consciously use in their writing, 16 essential grammatical elements. Rather than overwhelmin ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published March 11th 2011 by Pearson (first published February 4th 2007)
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Christine Engelbrecht
As the title states, this is a book of activities to do once you have taught an individual grammar concept. They are mostly worksheets and little exercises, not supporting the idea of teaching grammar in context. I am sure some of them will be helpful, or could be photocopied into handouts and left in the "Sub folder" in case nothing else is prepared for instruction during my absence. I don't think these work sheet activities should be the backbone of grammar instruction, but they might make a n ...more
More like a 3.5. Some good ideas but maybe a little too focused on traditional explanations (like parts of speech)?
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