Apostrophes

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In our Apostrophes lesson plan, students learn when and how to use apostrophes in their writing. Students learn about the use of apostrophes for possessives, contractions, and other uses.

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Our Apostrophes lesson plan sharpens both writing skills and reading comprehension by demonstrating how to identify and use apostrophes in writing, including possessives, contractions, and for other uses. Students will engage in collaborative learning and sensory stimulation by working in pairs and moving around the classroom to complete the activities. Students are asked to use their critical thinking skills to determine why apostrophes are so important and what issues would come up if they didn’t use them in their writing. Students will also practice their public speaking skills as they share their responses with the class.

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to identify and use apostrophes in their writing, including possessives, contractions, and for other uses.

State Educational Standards: LB.ELA-Literacy.L.6.2.A

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subject

Language Arts

grade-level

6th Grade

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BD
04/05/2021
BRUCE D.
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Apostrophes

Great lesson. It really helped my 5th grade class figure out when to use them and when not to.

OZ
01/20/2021
Orit Z.
US US

Apostrophes worksheet

The worksheet was exactly what I needed with clear explanations. I highly recommend

SB
12/08/2019
shermine b.
US US

all resources

The items are great. They were easy to apply and user friendly. They assisted greatly in planning of Language Arts lessons in the lower elementary grades.

KK
07/25/2019
Katie K.
US US

Helpful

This material is simple to understand, helpful, and fun.

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10/29/2017
EduBar T.
CA

Excellent

Clarendon had an amazing grammar lesson! It was easy to use, with a great worksheet. I would absolutely use Clarendon again.