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Parts of Speech Review Game. Set Up  You are in a team of 4-5.  Decide on a team leader and a team name.  Maybe the “ReVERBerations”  Your team will.

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1 Parts of Speech Review Game

2 Set Up  You are in a team of 4-5.  Decide on a team leader and a team name.  Maybe the “ReVERBerations”  Your team will receive 35 index cards.

3 Setting up the index cards  4 Interjection  4 Nouns  4 Verbs  4 Adjectives  4 Adverbs  4 Conjunctions  4 Prepositions  4 Pronouns  3 Articles

4 4 Interjections  An interjection is added to a sentence to convey emotion. It is not grammatically linked to the sentence (meaning you could take it out and the sentence would still make sense).  Examples:  Ouch, a bee stung me!  Oh no, I forgot my keys.  Hey! That’s my imaginary friend!

5 4 Nouns  A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea.

6 4 Verbs  A verb is an action or a state of being.  Action: run, jump, sing, etc.  State of being: is, want, like, etc.

7 4 Adjectives  Adjectives are describing words.  Red, sweet, short, magnificent, etc.

8 4 Adverbs  Adverbs describe verbs or other adjectives.  She’s really smart.  He spoke dramatically.  Hint: usually end in –ly.

9 4 Conjunctions  Conjunctions join words and phrases.  And, but, after, if, etc.

10 4 Prepositions  Prepositions link words to other words in the sentence.  On, inside, with, etc.

11 4 Pronouns  Pronouns stand in the place of a noun.  He, she, etc.

12 3 Articles  Words that introduce nouns.  The, a, an

13 Rules  Each round, I will give you a new sentence structure.  Your team will have 30 seconds to assemble a sentence in that structure using the words on your index cards. Hold up your cards in order to show the class your sentence.  Your sentence must be complete and make sense.  If you create a correct sentence, then you will earn a point. If you do not, or you run out of time, then you will not earn a point.  If the game results in a tie, we will have a sudden death match.  You cannot change the words on your cards. You gotta dance with the one that brung ya!

14 Practice  Example Structure:  Noun-Verb-Adjective-Noun  Example Sentence:  Ms. Kelley loves smart students.

15 Round 1  Verb-Pronoun-Article-Adjective-Noun

16 Round 2  Article-Adjective-Noun-Verb

17 Round 3  Interjection-Pronoun-Verb-Adjective-Noun

18 Round 4  Adjective-Noun-Adverb-Verb

19 Round 5  Noun-Verb-Noun-Conjunction-Noun

20 Sudden Death Match!  Longest correct sentence using at least one of every part of speech.  90 seconds!

21 Discussion Questions  Why is knowing the parts of speech important?  How did this game help you review parts of speech?  How does varying sentence structures create more effective writing?

22 Source  Presentation created by Kat Kelly  Hayden, Kellie. "Review Game for Eight Parts of Speech Identification." Bright Hub Education Provides Teaching Tips & Lesson Plans, Homework Help & Study Guides, Homeschooling Advice & Much More. Bright Hub Inc., 8 July 2012. Web. 10 Feb. 2012..


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