Do you need to teach your students about the suffix -ed for making past tense verbs? This suffix -ed presentation takes care of two weeks of lesson plans!
Suffix -ED Presentation Daily Routine
Day 1: Introduce the function of suffixes. They change the meanings of words or give us more information about a word. This lesson is about suffixes that turn present-tense verbs into past-tense verbs. This is the suffix -ed. Your students will see on the chart that there are many different ways to add the suffix -ed to verbs. You will only teach one spelling pattern each day. On the first day, you will only teach adding -ed. After teaching the spelling pattern to your students, you will give them the opportunity to practice spelling with the pattern. You will show a present-tense verb. Students will write the past-tense version in their writing notebooks or on a whiteboard. You will then show the past-tense verb, so they can check their work.
Day 2 – 10: Each day, you will teach students a new pattern for adding the -ed suffix to words. You will follow the same pattern as Day 1, but students will also have review words from the previous day in their practice session. You will follow this same routine each day.
Mixed Review: You will also get 25 mixed review slides to incorporate into later practice sessions.
Of course, you can always access these slides for free on www.TheProductiveTeacher.com!
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