(antonym or nonexample)
(sentence or phrase from the text)
(my very own sentence)
(my association, example, or sketch)
Copyright 2004 IRA/NCT
Word Map Rubric
Correctly filled out all eight steps of the word map.
Cited word and page number.
Cited the sentence or phrase in which the word appears.
Recorded the contextually
Two Word Dialogue
Subject/Verb Agreement, Intervening Words and Inverted Order
Intervening Words - To find the correct verb, try this technique. When the subject and the verb are separated
by other words between them, cross out those intervening words. Then, match the subj
Name_ Date _ Block _
There are ten punctuation errors in the following paragraph. Identify the
mistakes and then write out the correct words.
It was almost ten o clock when I woke up. My alarm clock was connected by radio to
some sort of N.A.T.O. supercom
Team Name: _
Group Presentation Rubric
The teacher will use this rubric to evaluate each groups presentation. Students can look at this rubric
so they may understand what they are being graded on. The Group Presentation Rubric will be
combine with the Tea
Today, I learned about _with my class. The first thing we learned
was _. Next, _. Then, _. After that, _. I also
learned that _. The next time we study _, I want to learn more
Today, I learned about _with my class. The
Figurative Language Notes
ELACC7RI4: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative, connotative,
and technical meanings; analyze the impact of a specific word choice on meaning and tone.
Are Your Jeans Sagging? Go Directly to
Hiroko Masuike for The New York Times
BOXER REBELLION The saggy style is in full view in the East Village.
By NIKO KOPPEL
Published: August 30, 2007
JAMARCUS MARSHALL, a 17-year-old high school sophomore in
Class Participation Rubric
Class participation is worth 25% of students total class grade in English, due to the
significant increase in learning the subject matter when these specific goals are met.
Daily Class Journal
Day M T W R F Period 1 2 3 4
Assigned (including handouts given)
IN CLASS ACTIVITIES
Notes (by topic)
Most of the time I do not know
Many people who are not part of a show
Minstrels playing parts
Making others laugh
Meaning nothing to them,
My eyes well with tears
Made of sand
More pain than you know
Marches for my band
Your Name: _
Making Verbs Agree with Their Subjects
Brought to you for classroom (not commercial) use by ASU students in English Education
You probably have little trouble in figuring out how to make your verbs agree with your subjects
when the subjects
Prepositional Phrases Worksheet
Put S above the subject and V above the verb
Put parenthesis around the prepositional phrases.
Circle the prepositions.
Write OP above the object of the preposition
Label the prepositional phrase(s) adverb or adjective.