Reflection: Accountability The Difference Between Their, There, and They're - Section 5: Closure

 

This lesson was effective because it allowed students to not only construct their own sentences using the correct "they're, their, and there," but it also allowed them to practice their spelling skills and to be held accountable to one another in constructing sentences using the correct "they're, their, and there."  The exit ticket was an effective means of reviewing the lesson as a quick check for understanding.

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The Difference Between Their, There, and They're

Unit 12: Grammar Usage
Lesson 2 of 12

Objective: SWBAT distinguish between their, there, and they're and make proper grammatical applications.

Big Idea: Students will learn to use their, there, and they're correctly.

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English / Language Arts, Grammar and Mechanics, grammar, there, their, they're, grammar usage
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