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7-12 Student Interactives - Language Arts

7-12 Student Interactives - Language Arts

Language Arts Games - Grammar, Punctuation, Capitalization, Vocabulary Sheppard Software's Language Arts page features a variety of games for different grade levels. Elementary students (and anyone who needs a refresher) can play the animated grammar and punctuation games, which review basic punctuation and grammar concepts. This section is continually being refined and expanded, so check back often! Middle school, high school, and adult learners can review their SAT and advanced vocabulary through the SAT Words and Vocabulary in Context games.

Results on ReadWriteThink Home › Results from ReadWriteThink 1-10 of 58 Results from ReadWriteThink Sort by: Classroom Resources | Grades K – 2 | Student Interactive | Learning About Language ABC Match ABC Match is a game that has students practice letter-recognition fluency while honing their memories. page | 1 2 3 4 5 6 Grammar Lessons: Five Fun Activities Fun Grammar Activities Learning grammar has been compared to other fun things, like having teeth pulled or being assigned detention. But it needn't be a painful experience with these five lessons that help teach grammar without the hammer! Included: Five fun activities. Teaching the yearly grammar unit can be like giving a child cough medicine. Teaching grammar has to be one of toughest tasks a teacher faces. This week, Education World is offering a handful of lesson ideas to help you lighten up with grammar. Click each of the five lesson headlines below for a complete teaching resource. Synonym Scramble A fun activity reinforces synonyms and builds vocabulary skills. Verb-Adverb Charades Verbs and adverbs take center stage in this lively activity. Proper Noun Gallery Walk Activity A gallery walk activity helps reinforce the concept of proper nouns. Pair Editing Students share their edits and then edit solo. Parts-of-Speech Tall Tales Kids write their own fill-in-the-blank tall tales.

Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds English Grammar Games and Notes - Woodward English FlipSnack | PDF to Flash page flip - flipping book software 12 Mobile Apps That Grammar Geeks Just Love English grammar is certainly not easy to master. With seemingly endless rules, exceptions, and things to learn, it's not hard to understand why so many have difficulty with presenting perfect grammar. But there's good news for grammar geeks and those who aspire to become them: there is no shortage of mobile apps for honing your grammar skills. Dictionaries, quizzes, and even games offer great ways to work on grammar, even on the go. Check out our list to find 12 great mobile apps for grammar geeks and students alike. Oxford Dictionary of Literary Terms: This app from Oxford comes with a hefty price, but it's incredibly useful for learning the usage of literary terms. Have fun exploring new concepts in grammar with games in the Grammar Games app.

7 Golden Grammar Games for a Winning ESL Lesson Plan Do games and grammar really mix? We’re casting our vote for “yes,” and we’re done listening to naysayers. It may just be the best mix since peanut butter and chocolate. Grammar is usually thought of as dry and dull. Plenty of old-school ESL teachers will tell you that traditional rote learning methods are the way to go. Something so boring as grammar belongs only in musty old textbooks, right? C’mon, now. Anyone who loves language knows that grammar can be fun. What’s not to love about that? Why Use Grammar Games in the ESL Classroom? Studies show that rote memorization isn’t necessarily the way to go when it comes to learning grammar. One of these is games. ESL classroom games aren’t just for fun. Games and fun activities for teaching grammar can have purpose if used correctly and at the right time. Just take a look at some of the benefit a well-timed grammar game can offer any ESL classroom: Games shake things up. Help students develop a competitive streak. Encourage cooperative learning. Hot Potato

ESL games and activities for adults 25 Online Games for English Language Learners GameZone: Dozens of simple, straightforward games about grammar, spelling, and vocabulary reach out to English language learners at all levels. Keep in mind, however, that this site is based in the U.K. and follows a different set of linguistic rules than American series of vocabulary and games runs the gamut from elementary to high school levels of proficiency. Each is recommended for both native speakers as well as students learning English as a second or third (or more) language.Power Words:PBS’ WordGirl and her simian sidekick Captain Huggy Face do battle against Fair City’s most sinister citizens, but it’s up to players to determine the course of the action. Picking the wrong words means letting the villains follow through with their sneaky plots.LearnEnglish Kids:The British Council presents a suite of super cool games covering different elements of the English language.