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Mullins_Sentence Pattern Grammar Review StAIR

Mullins_Sentence Pattern Grammar Review StAIR

This is a PowerPoint created to teach students systematically and logically about the components of a complete sentence, how to identify if one's sentence is complete, and then how to vary one's setence structure.


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Christopher Munn
Christopher Munn (Teacher (K-12))
6 years ago

This resource gives a very comprehensive guide to English grammar. It is very text-intensive and will take students a lot of time to adequately review each slide.

Technical Remarks:

I could not get the links to work on slides 8, 15, 18, and 27.

Used in course? Yes
Time spent reviewing site: 10-15 minutes
nichole plank
nichole plank (Teacher (K-12))
6 years ago

This Stair is a comprehensive review on grammar.  It reviews all of the content.  It is very text heavy and could be challenging to "master" if this is an introductory lesson.

S P (Librarian)
6 years ago

This resource is a detailed instruction and review session designed to help students with the sentance patterns and grammar related to nouns/subjects/verbs and verbs/actions.  A wealth of technical detail is supported by numerous real use examples.   Students will need to invest a significant amount of time to get through this content.  When they successfully absorb a good percentage of this content  they will be well positioned for additional reading and writing work.


Time spent reviewing site: 35
Jason Simpson
Jason Simpson (Teacher (K-12))
6 years ago

This project is packed with an immense amount of information. This can be a lot for a student to read by themselves. I would suggest adding an audio clip to have the slides read to the user. Also I would have a little bit more interaction within the slides, such as a feedback slide when the user clicks on the words. Overall this is a very well thought out project that can apply to several kinds of learners.

Technical Remarks:

Link to worksheet repeatedly would not come up.

Time spent reviewing site: Approximately 15 minutes to review site