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Scripts and videos to teach grammar

I have a number of students working on using correct grammar in their speech and writing. One older student found it extremely amusing to create a script using “good grammar character” and “not so good grammar character” (aka Daffy and Bugs).

We practiced and then video-taped the interaction.

She found the activity to be highly amusing and asked to do it again. Soon.

I am not sure if I can share students’ voices on-line. Does anyone know the legality behind this?

Just to be on the safe side, here is my re-enactment of the fabulous grammar production:

 

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10 Comments

  1. What a fun and effective way to teach grammar … I bet they won’t forget it! You are so creative!

  2. LOL!!! Again, you are awesome! Your students must have the most proud parents.

  3. That looks like school property, you are SO busted my friend!

    @Professor X- Where’s the green clover header?!?

  4. That is great. It’s great to come up with ways to help students learn and have fun doing it.

    P.S. I do believe we met during the blog party.

  5. I would think that as long as the child isn’t shown, and no names are used, it should be ok. But better safe than sorry.

    Great activity!

  6. great way to teach. Thanks for visiting my site today

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