Reflection: Accountability Doesn't and Don't - Section 5: Closure


In the past, I have seen my students struggle with knowing when to use "don't" and when to use "doesn't."  This lesson helped many of them to master this skill through my modeling and also through their accountability to one another during the evaluative partner work to close the lesson.

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Doesn't and Don't

Unit 12: Grammar Usage
Lesson 6 of 12

Objective: SWBAT learn when to use the contractions "doesn't" and "don't."

Big Idea: Students learn when to use the contractions "doesn't" and "don't."

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English / Language Arts, Grammar and Mechanics, grammar, game, don't, doesn't, grammar usage
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