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Commonly confused English words for teaching 7th and 8th grade. Word--Definition--Sentence

Commonly confused English words for teaching 7th and 8th grade. Word--Definition--Sentence

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  • 1. Commonly Confused Words Review for Test
  • 2. Directions:
    • You will be assigned a partner .
    • On one sheet of binder paper write both
    • of your names , period , and date .
    • Partners will be assigned a set of CCW.
    • Write the CCW as your assignment title .
  • 3. Writing Sentences:
    • Use your CCW notes to review definitions and sentence examples .
    • Be imaginative and creative . (your sentence should be very different from the example)
    • Underline the CCW in each sentence.
  • 4. Presenting Sentences:
    • Be prepared before presenting . (decide equally who will read each sentence)
    • Read each sentence & pick a volunteer to answer the correct CCW used in the sentence.
    • If you have all right , a lot , & like read the definition and your sentence.
  • 5. Helpful Hints for Writing & Presenting
    • When presenting, say “ BLANK ” for the CCW in the sentence.
    • If your CCW is used with an “s”
    • ending, say “ BLANKS .” (“ed” ending say “ BLANKED ”)
    • Challenge yourself : Use all CCW to write a “short story” ( 1 paragraph= 5-6 sentences )
  • 6.
    • accept, except
    • advice, advise
  • 7.
    • affect, effect
  • 8.
    • all ready, already
    • Alright, all right
  • 9.
    • bring, take
    • can, may
  • 10.
    • a lot, alot
    • borrow, lend
  • 11.
    • capital, capitol, the Capitol
  • 12.
    • desert, dessert
    • fewer, less
  • 13.
    • good, well
    • its, it’s
  • 14.
    • lay, lie
    • lead, led
  • 15.
    • learn, teach
    • leave, let
    • like
  • 16.
    • lose, loose
    • passed, past
  • 17.
    • peace, piece
    • principal, principle
  • 18.
    • raise, rise
    • set, sit
  • 19.
    • stationary, stationery
    • than, then
  • 20.
    • their, there, they’re
    • to, too, two
  • 21.
    • whose, who’s
    • your, you’re