Type:

Interactive, Curriculum, Graphic Organizer/Worksheet

Description:

An exercise from Grammar Show. For more information about this program, please visit: http://shop.sherston.com/sherston/tgsh-mlt-cdrm-1.html

Subjects:

  • Educational Technology > General
  • Language Arts > General
  • Education > General

Education Levels:

  • Grade 3
  • Grade 4
  • Grade 5
  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8

Keywords:

Adjectives Grammar

Language:

English

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Update Standards?

LA.PK-1.1.1.A.1.a: English Language Arts

picture books, dictionaries, and encyclopedias

LA.PK-1.1.1.A.1.b: English Language Arts

classroom displays, charts, posters, and picture maps

LA.PK-1.1.1.A.1.c: English Language Arts

signs and labels in the classroom or school

LA.PK-1.1.1.A.1.d: English Language Arts

experience charts

LA.PK-1.1.1.A.1.e: English Language Arts

how-to books

LA.PK-1.1.1.A.1.f: English Language Arts

alphabet books

LA.PK-1.1.1.A.1.g: English Language Arts

electronic books.

LA.PK-1.1.1.B.1: English Language Arts

Locate and use classroom and library media center resources, with assistance, to acquire information

LA.PK-1.1.1.B.2: English Language Arts

Read informational texts with repetitive language and simple illustrations to begin to collect data, facts, and ideas

LA.PK-1.1.1.B.3: English Language Arts

Interpret information represented in pictures, illustrations, and simple charts and webs

LA.PK-1.1.1.B.4: English Language Arts

Recognize and interpret familiar signs and symbols from the environment; for example, labels on classroom furniture, equipment, and STOP signs

LA.PK-1.1.1.B.5: English Language Arts

Distinguish between texts with stories and texts with information

LA.PK-1.1.1.B.6: English Language Arts

Draw on prior experience to understand new data, facts, and ideas

LA.PK-1.1.1.B.7: English Language Arts

Use a picture dictionary as resource for vocabulary

LA.PK-1.1.1.B.8: English Language Arts

Select books, with teacher assistance, to meet informational needs.

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.1: English Language Arts

Distinguish between print and pictures

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.2: English Language Arts

Recognize the difference between letters and words

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.3: English Language Arts

Follow left to right and top to bottom direction when reading

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.4: English Language Arts

Locate parts of a book

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.5: English Language Arts

Recognize and identify letters of the alphabet

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.6: English Language Arts

Alphabetize high frequency words according to the first letter

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.7: English Language Arts

Distinguish the difference between vowels and consonants

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.8: English Language Arts

Use beginning and ending consonants as well as vowel sounds to identify words

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.9: English Language Arts

Recognize the different sounds that make up a word

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.10: English Language Arts

Point to words in a text or on a chart when read aloud, matching spoken word to print

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.11: English Language Arts

Recognize the singular and plural of frequently used words

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.12: English Language Arts

Recognize own name and the names of friends and family in print

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.13: English Language Arts

Recognize letter/sound correspondence (phonetic awareness)

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.14: English Language Arts

Recognize that words consist of a combination of sounds (phonemic awareness)

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.15: English Language Arts

Identify rhyming words

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.16: English Language Arts

Monitor own reading by applying strategies such as sounding out of letters, using context, grammar, picture clues, and rereading to determine meaning

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.17: English Language Arts

Read aloud with expression and fluency

LA.PK-1.1.1.C.18: English Language Arts

Use computer software to support early reading development.

LA.PK-1.1.2.A.1.a: English Language Arts

pictures and drawings

LA.PK-1.1.2.A.1.b: English Language Arts

letters of the alphabet

LA.PK-1.1.2.A.1.c: English Language Arts

numbers

LA.PK-1.1.2.A.1.d: English Language Arts

words, phrases, and factual sentences that explain or describe a picture, fact, or concept

LA.PK-1.1.2.A.1.e: English Language Arts

lists and labels

LA.PK-1.1.2.A.1.f: English Language Arts

names of persons, places, and things.

LA.PK-1.1.2.B.1: English Language Arts

Copy words, phrases, and sentences from books, magazines, signs, charts, and own dictation

LA.PK-1.1.2.B.2: English Language Arts

Write own name on pictures, drawings, paintings, and written products

LA.PK-1.1.2.B.3: English Language Arts

Write data, facts, and ideas gathered from personal experiences

LA.PK-1.1.2.B.4: English Language Arts

Use graphics (for example, posters) to communicate information from personal experience

LA.PK-1.1.2.B.5: English Language Arts

Maintain, with teacher assistance, a portfolio of informational writings and drawings.

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.1: English Language Arts

Create a drawing, picture, sign, or other graphic to represent a word or concept

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.2: English Language Arts

Follow left to right and top to bottom direction when writing

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.3: English Language Arts

Use spacing between letters and words when writing on a line

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.4: English Language Arts

Write recognizable upper- and lowercase letters in manuscript

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.5: English Language Arts

Capitalize proper names and the letter "I"

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.6: English Language Arts

Write letters of own first and last name

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.7: English Language Arts

Spell high frequency words correctly

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.8: English Language Arts

Use the singular and plural of high frequency words

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.9: English Language Arts

Put words together in sentence format

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.10: English Language Arts

Use beginning of sentence capitalization and end punctuation

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.11: English Language Arts

Use classroom resources (word walls, picture dictionaries, teachers, peers) to support the writing process

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.12: English Language Arts

Give and seek constructive feedback in order to improve writing

LA.PK-1.1.2.C.13: English Language Arts

Use computer software to support development of early writing skills.

LA.PK-1.1.3.A.1.a: English Language Arts

circle time, group discussions

LA.PK-1.1.3.A.1.b: English Language Arts

group project reports

LA.PK-1.1.3.A.1.c: English Language Arts

media presentations

LA.PK-1.1.3.A.1.d: English Language Arts

role play.

LA.PK-1.1.3.B.1.a: English Language Arts

acquire information from nonfiction text

LA.PK-1.1.3.B.1.b: English Language Arts

identify words and sentences on a chart

LA.PK-1.1.3.B.1.c: English Language Arts

follow directions involving a few steps

LA.PK-1.1.3.B.1.d: English Language Arts

identify and respond to environmental sounds that provide information, such as a school bell or a fire alarm

LA.PK-1.1.3.B.1.e: English Language Arts

identify similarities and differences in information about people, places, and events.

LA.PK-1.1.3.C.1: English Language Arts

Listen respectfully and responsively

LA.PK-1.1.3.C.2: English Language Arts

Attend to a listening activity for a specified period of time

LA.PK-1.1.3.C.3: English Language Arts

Avoid interrupting

LA.PK-1.1.3.C.4: English Language Arts

Respond with expression appropriate to what is heard.

LA.PK-1.1.4.A.1.a: English Language Arts

role play

LA.PK-1.1.4.A.1.b: English Language Arts

small and large group discussions

LA.PK-1.1.4.A.1.c: English Language Arts

reports on, for example, classroom projects, field trips.

LA.PK-1.1.4.B.1.a: English Language Arts

dictate information

LA.PK-1.1.4.B.1.b: English Language Arts

report information briefly to peers and familiar adults

LA.PK-1.1.4.B.1.c: English Language Arts

connect information from personal experiences to information from nonfiction texts

LA.PK-1.1.4.B.1.d: English Language Arts

retell more than one piece of information in sequence

LA.PK-1.1.4.B.1.e: English Language Arts

share observations from classroom, home, or community

LA.PK-1.1.4.B.1.f: English Language Arts

ask questions to clarify topics, directions, and/or classroom routines

LA.PK-1.1.4.B.1.g: English Language Arts

respond verbally to questions and/or directions

LA.PK-1.1.4.B.2: English Language Arts

Use appropriate visual aids (for example, puppets, toys, pictures) to illustrate a word or concept when speaking to share information.

LA.PK-1.1.4.C.1: English Language Arts

Respond respectfully

LA.PK-1.1.4.C.2: English Language Arts

Use age-appropriate vocabulary

LA.PK-1.1.4.C.3: English Language Arts

Take turns speaking in a group

LA.PK-1.1.4.C.4: English Language Arts

Correct the pronunciation of words by using classroom resources, such as teachers, peers, audio- and video tapes, and computer software

LA.PK-1.1.4.C.5: English Language Arts

Speak in complete sentences when required

LA.PK-1.1.4.C.6: English Language Arts

Stay on topic

LA.PK-1.1.4.C.7: English Language Arts

Speak audibly

LA.PK-1.1.4.C.8: English Language Arts

Speak with expression appropriate to the occasion.
Curriki Rating
On a scale of 0 to 3
3
On a scale of 0 to 3

This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 3, as of 2012-04-29.

Component Ratings:

Technical Completeness: 3
Content Accuracy: 2
Appropriate Pedagogy: 0

Reviewer Comments:

This resource contains a graphic Game Show designed to help students learn about adjectives. This animation is from the site, http://shop.sherston.com/sherston/tgsh-mlt-cdrm-1.html where the software appears to be for sale. This is a fun supplemental graphic way to reinforce what adjectives are and an interactive way to practice identifying them. As part of instruction on adjectives, this would be fun for students to engage try.

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