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    By tia

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    I offered up as extra credit to my classes this project: make a game using the parts of speech--type of game, rules are up to you. I got a diverse selection of cool games!

    I also have the students do a people hunt with parts of speech. Each student has a grid for all parts of speech--next to the name, they write a definition for the part, then in the square next to that, they put an example. Then they have to find 3 people who wrote down different examples, and they have to check to make sure those examples are correct. (I have them write down the examples along with people's names.)

    Mad Libs are also great--I make overheads--and call out the parts needed, write their answers down, and then turn on the projector and read the story to them dramatically.



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