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Everyday Grammar Sentence Structure Warm Ups - Middle Years Interactive PowerPoint

Teach Starter Publishing
PowerPoint | 44 pages | Years: 3 - 4

An engaging 44 slide interactive PowerPoint to use in the middle years classroom when learning about grammar and sentence structure.

Use this interactive PowerPoint Presentation as a teaching resource in the classroom when learning about grammar and sentence structure.

Use these sentence structure warm up questions when teaching students how to:

  • use correct structures to make meaning
  • use the correct tense
  • use text connectives
  • identify what is happening in a text
  • identify what state is being described in a text
  • identify who or what is involved in a text
  • identify surrounding circumstances in a text.

As a class, work your way through the 20 problems presented on the 44 slides.

Students choose the correct answer from an option of four. When they select the incorrect answer, the PowerPoint will ‘buzz’, when they select the correct answer, the PowerPoint will ‘chime’ and transition to the answer slide.

Use the answer slide for student sharing and additional learning opportunities.

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

Implement this interactive PowerPoint as a warm up prior to lessons, or as a daily revision when concluding a lesson.

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 extra time to download.

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  • Brittany Tenhave
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    Hi, how can I download this PowerPoint as a PDF?

    • Trish (Teach Starter)
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      Hey Brittany, sorry about that! A PDF isn't available for this due to the nature of interactive PowerPoints (the interactivity doesn't transfer to a PDF). I've fixed up the file formats to clarify this.