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Conrad the Caterpillar - December 05, 2016Lesson Collection #4 - Lesson 22
This active lesson is all about finding grammar and syntax errors in a short story about Conrad the Caterpillar. In pairs, students work together to identify which story lines within each section have 1) no mistakes, 2) one mistake, 3) two mistakes and 4) three mistakes.
Some of the mistakes involve incorrect verb tenses, other mistakes include subject/verb agreement, inaccurate pronouns, count vs. non-count nouns and single vs. plural nouns.
Once a mistake has been identified, students use the following phrase to explain the error: I think (mistake) should be (correction).
After students have identified all of the mistakes, they turn their attention to the second page of the worksheet which has a lot of numbered dots. According to the mistakes students found, they now connect the dots. If all goes well, they should see an image of a butterfly slowly begin to appear on the worksheet. Students will immediately know they've made a mistake (mistakes) if the final butterfly doesn't look right.
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