Commas to Set Off Words in a Sentence L5.2C

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Looking for resources to help your students MASTER using Commas to Set Off Words in a Sentence INCLUDING ASSESSMENT? Look no further! This is an amazing WEEK’S worth of lessons and practice using a fun SUPERHERO theme that students will LOVE!

Practice includes using direct address, tag questions, and the words “yes” and “no.”

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.5.2.c

Use a comma to set off the words yes and no, to set off a tag question from the rest of the sentence, and to indicate direct address.

Here’s What’s Included:

•Teacher Version Lesson Notes with Practice: Definitions and examples to teach the standard with 10 practice problems

•Student Version Lesson Notes with Practice: Fill in the blank definitions and examples to learn the standard with 10 practice problems

•Interactive Notebook version of Student Notes

•Engaging Practice Page: Students read a conversation between two superheroes and try to find their errors. Students identify and then correct the errors on the lines. An engaging activity page practicing the standard!

•Another Practice Page: Students look at 15 sentences. They insert commas where needed and then glue them into categories based on the reason for the comma. Students love the engaging theme!

•Sentence Frames/ Stems: Frames/ Stems to use throughout the week!

•Student copy of Sentence Frames to use throughout the week

•Foldable for Interactive Notebooks

•2 Drawing Activities for Your Visual Learners

•4 Exit Tickets using Different Levels of Questioning

•Study Cards! Glue onto an index card and study for the assessment! A great School to Home Connection!

•Assessment

•Answer Keys

Suggested Lesson Plans for MASTERING using Commas to Set Off Words in a Sentence in one week:

•Day 1: Lesson Notes & Practice/ Practice Page/ Sentence Frames/ Exit Ticket

•Day 2: Engaging Practice Page/ Sentence Frames/ Exit Ticket

•Day 3: Foldable/ Sentence Frame/ Study Cards/ Exit Ticket

•Day 4: Drawing Activities/ Sentence Frames/ Study Cards/ Exit Ticket

•Day 5: Study Cards/ Assessment

*Use sentence frames throughout the year for spiral review!

Need more on Commas? Check out our Product Commas and Introductory Phrases, which covers the standard:

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.5.2.b

Use a comma to separate an introductory element from the rest of the sentence.

Commas and Introductory Phrases

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