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Infographics - Grammer Check - GrammarCheck

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6 to 12
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Explore a large selection of infographics related to grammar and writing. Sample titles include 5 Basic Rules of English Writing That Everyone Should Know and 222 Words to Use Instead...more
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Explore a large selection of infographics related to grammar and writing. Sample titles include 5 Basic Rules of English Writing That Everyone Should Know and 222 Words to Use Instead of "Said." Click on any preview to open the full infographic. Share items using social media links or use the embed code to include any post on your website or blog.
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tag(s): grammar (210), grammar review (41), infographics (53), writing (364)

In the Classroom

Bookmark this site to use as a resource for quickly sharing grammar tips with students. Include a tip of the week on your class website or blog, or display a tip on an interactive whiteboard or with a projector each week to share with students. Along with using the infographics in your teaching, ask students to use the Grammar Check editor, reviewed here, for their own writing, and then find the infographic that has the rules for their grammar mistakes. Have students compare and contrast different types of infographics and share their opinion on features that make effective presentations. Ask students to create their own infographics using a tool like Genial.ly, reviewed here. Genial.ly offers free templates and designs for customizing and creating infographics.

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