Nouns of Direct Address Mini-Lesson – PowerPoint, Worksheets, and Activities

$3.49

Are your students ready to differentiate between the subject of a sentence and nouns of direct address? This complete mini-lesson will help you do just that! With this all-in-one resource, you’ll be able to teach your students about NDAs using the included slideshow, and they’ll get valuable practice with the included worksheets and creative writing task. This resource is truly no prep, so you can focus on doing what you love – teaching!

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I recommend using this Nouns of Direct Address mini-lesson after your students have a solid understanding of subjects, predicates, and appositives!

This Nouns of Direct Address Mini-Lesson Includes:

  • Editable No-Prep Nouns of Direct Address PowerPoint (and Google Slides)
  • Nouns of Direct Address Worksheet
  • Creative Writing Application Task
  • Exit Ticket

You’ll love taking the guesswork out of teaching nouns of direct address with the done-for-you slideshow. Plus, the digital & printable nouns of direct address worksheets and activities are easy to print or assign and go last minute!

Use these grammar worksheets and activities as station rotations, warm-ups, whole-class activities, or reinforcement with your remedial/intervention class!


Supports Common Core Standards (CCSS):

L.5.1,

L.6.1

L.7.1


 

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