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Everyday Grammar Parts of Speech Warm Ups - Upper Years Interactive PowerPoint

Teach Starter Publishing
PowerPoint | 44 pages | Years: 5 - 6

Learn and consolidate noun groups, adjectival phrases, adverbial phrases and more with this 44-slide interactive PowerPoint.

Bring Life to Your English Grammar Lessons

Implement this interactive PowerPoint before your English lessons or as a daily revision on the correct uses of:

Work your way through each of the 20 parts of speech assessment questions as a class. Students choose the correct answer from an option of four words. When they select the incorrect answer, the PowerPoint will ‘buzz.’ When they choose the correct answer, the PowerPoint will ‘chime’ and transition to the answer slide.

How to Get the Most from This PowerPoint

We’ve created two versions of this presentation—one with illustrations and one with photographs. Use the latter version with students who find the illustrations below their age level.

To turn on the interactive functions on this PowerPoint, ensure that you have ‘enabled editing’ and are viewing the PowerPoint as a ‘Slide Show’.

Add new slides and create your own class questions and answers using the editable function on the PowerPoint.

Please note that this PowerPoint is a large file and may take several minutes to download.

3 Ways to Extend This English Grammar Lesson

Solidify your students’ comprehension of nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs with these bonus activities for small groups or whole-class learning environments: 

👁️‍🗨️ Pre-Lesson Activity

Assign this presentation as independent reading, either at home or before starting the lesson together as a group. Ask students to provide their own examples for each part of speech to assess their understanding. 

🤔 Dissect the Sentences

Once students have selected the correct word for the question, review the other three words and decide which part of speech each represents. Additionally, practise sentence structure by taking other words out of the sentence to see whether it makes sense. What do they notice about nouns and verbs compared to adjectives and adverbs?

📝 Be the Teacher

As a post-lesson activity, ask students what they would put on a quiz if they were the teacher. Have your students create a 5-question quiz using the information in the presentation. Then direct them to trade papers with another student to take the quiz.

Easily Prepare This Resource for Your Students

Click the dropdown icon on the Download button to choose between two PowerPoint options of this resource: 

  1. Illustrations and text
  2. Photos and text (more appropriate for SES and ESL students) 

Use version two with students who may find the illustrations below their age level.

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  • Brittany Collins
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    Hi Bec! Thanks for bringing this to our attention. This mistake has been corrected. Thank you!

  • Molly Ellis
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    This powerpoint will not open after being downloaded.

    • Paul (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Molly, We're sorry to hear you're having trouble. It seems to be working for us, but please contact us at [email protected] and we'll help you work through the problem.

  • Melita Stubis
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    Hi there, On slide 12 "a lot more higher" is grammatically incorrect. Either "a lot higher" or "a lot more high".

    • Kristian
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      Hi Melita, Thanks for noticing this. We have corrected the slides.

  • Sonia
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    I know I can edit this one, but this would save other teachers. There's a typo on slide 15 & 16 - shinny needs to be replaced with shiny.

    • Victoria (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Sonia, Thank you for your comment and bringing this error to our attention. The typo has now been fixed. We hope your students enjoy using this resource in the classroom. Kind regards, Victoria.