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What’s My Subject? A Subject-Verb Agreement Minilesson
|Grades||9 – 12|
|Lesson Plan Type||Minilesson|
|Estimated Time||50 minutes|
Villanova d'Asti, Asti
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Thesa S. R-O
April 03, 2014
Came across your lesson. modified it for my demo teaching. this is such great lesson for high school / college students. more power to you!
May 08, 2013
This lesson plan helped me design a workshop for college-level students. I worried the workshop would become a boring lecture session, so I was looking for something fun but practical. This was just the creative inspiration I was seeking! Thanks.
July 13, 2012
Love your lesson plan - unfortunately, I work with Upward Bound, which has no computers - not much of a budget! After a little nipping and tucking, I'm sure this lesson will work out well! Thank you!
May 09, 2012
I am really excited to try a modified version of this in class. Thank you.
February 03, 2012
I was searching for help teaching my 7th and 8th grade students subject-verb agreement and came upon your lesson. I am planning to use it next week. Thank you.
May 07, 2011
Here is Fatima from Lebanon..Thanks a lot for the lesson plan.It's so beneficial..i used it in my action research..
October 08, 2010
i have not tried your lesson plan but i like it. it helped me a lot to prepare my leson plan. thank you for posting such a nice lesson plan :)
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