Reflection: Checks for Understanding Forms of the linking verb Be - Section 5: Closure


Asking students to write the 5 forms of the linking verb "be" and then go around and recite all five proved to be a quick and effective check for understanding.  Also, another effective check for understanding was when students shared whole group what they had written about their imaginary visit to the zoo.

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  Checks for Understanding: Review and Recite
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Forms of the linking verb Be

Unit 12: Grammar Usage
Lesson 4 of 12

Objective: SWBAT compose writing using the correct form of the verb "be."

Big Idea: Students will learn to correctly use forms of the verb "be."

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English / Language Arts, Grammar and Mechanics, grammar, be, linking verb, grammar usage
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