Reflection: Real World Applications Prepositions That Help Tell Where - Section 4: Closure

 

In two of the activities of this lesson, my scholars make real world application using prepositions that help tell where.  The guessing game allows them to explore our classroom and describe things they encounter on a daily basis.  The nature walk allows to to explore the environment and describe what they see.  The two activities allow my scholars to see that prepositions that help tell where are very much relative to the real world in which we live.

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Prepositions That Help Tell Where

Unit 16: Parts of Speech
Lesson 9 of 12

Objective: SWBAT identify and use prepositions that help tell where.

Big Idea: Students will play a game to identify and use prepositions that help tell where.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Grammar and Mechanics, parts of speech, grammar, preposition, nature walk, guessing game, BrainPop
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