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Teach and learn basic language arts skills and parts of speech.
 

UNDERSTANDING PARTS OF SPEECH:
VERBS AND ADVERBS

Student Objectives:

  • Understand and identify verbs in sentences
  • Understand and identify adverbs in sentences.
  • Correctly use verbs in a sentence.
  • Correctly use adverbs in a sentence.


Suggested/Recommended Grades:

7th - 12th Grade - Secondary Education - High School

 

 

 

VERBS AND ADVERBS LESSON PLAN

 

Materials


Procedure:

Students should read the lesson, and complete the worksheet. As an option, teachers may also use the lesson as part of a classroom lesson plan.


Excerpt from Lesson:

What is a Verb?

  • A verb is the part of a sentence that tells what action is taking place. There are 3 types of verbs: action verbs, helping verbs, and linking verbs.
  • Action Verbs show activity, such as run, jump, fly, memorize, listen, laugh. These words are names things that you can do.
  • Helping Verbs are words that “help” the action word do its job within a sentence.
  • Linking Verbs are words that link the subject of a sentence to the rest of the ideas within the sentence.
  • Linking Verbs and Helping Verbs do NOT show action, and they are the following words.

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Verbs and Adverbs Lesson *

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