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Got Grammar? Ready-to-Use Lessons and Activities That Make Grammar Fun!

Got Grammar? Ready-to-Use Lessons and Activities That Make Grammar Fun!

Jack Umstatter

ISBN: 978-0-787-99387-0

Sep 2007, Jossey-Bass

384 pages

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Got Grammar? is the comprehensive classroom guide.  Each of the over 60 lessons are ready-to-use and reproducible, and each begins with helpful teaching pages that define, explain, and illustrate grammar, usage, or mechanics concepts.   These lessons and the many ready-to-use student activities include 15 diagnostic tests, 15 section-review activities, 18 final tests, and over 100 other creative reinforcement activities, including diagramming.  As practical as it is fun-filled, the book is divided into six sections:
  •   Parts of Speech
  •   Parts of a Sentence
  •   Sentences
  •   Usage
  •   Mechanics
  •   Meeting the Tests Head-On


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About This Book.

About the Author.



Standards Grid.


Section One: Parts of Speech.

Section Two: Parts of a Sentence.

Section Three: Sentences.

Section Four: Usage.

Section Five: Mechanics.

Section Six: Meeting the Tests Head-On.

Answer Key.


  • Goes above and beyond Umstatter's best-selling Grammar Grabbers (30K units sold) by offering not only student games and activities, but also resources for the classroom teacher, including ready-to-use teaching strategies, lesson plans, and unit tests.
  • Teaches and reinforces grammar in a hands-on, non-intimidating, interesting, and fun way.
  • Saves teachers valuable time by providing ready-to-use lesson plans, teaching strategies, student activities, games, tests, and answer keys.
  • Prepares students for the standardized English exams they will take during their junior high, middle school, and high school careers.