Active and Passive Voice - Presentation, Assignment, and Classroom Posters

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Active and Passive Voice Presentation, Assignment, and Classroom Posters - Understanding the difference between the active voice and the passive voice can be a challenge for students, but understanding the difference and when and where to use each can really make a difference in their writing. These Common Core-aligned resources will allow your students to easily understand the difference.

Included In This Active And Passive Voice Resource:

➡️ Active and Passive Voice Presentation: Use this colorful 28-slide PowerPoint presentation to guide students in understanding the difference between active and passive voice. It covers finding the subject and verb in a sentence, the two types of voice, examples for both, how to form active and passive sentences, and which voice is best for certain situations in writing.

➡️ Active and Passive Voice Student Handout: Share this handout with students that includes the most important information from the presentation. This will be a useful reference while completing the activities and beyond.

➡️ Active and Passive Voice Practice Sorting Game Activity: Reinforce and assess students' understanding of active and passive voice with this engaging sorting activity. Students must sort cards with different sentences based on what voice they use. Once they are all in the correct location, students will unscramble the letters on the cards to reveal two mystery words.

➡️ Active and Passive Voice Practice Assignment: This assignment allows students to demonstrate their understanding of the concept of active and passive voice in writing and includes a detailed answer key.

➡️ Active and Passive Voice Classroom Posters: Display these two eye-catching posters on your classroom wall to remind students of the difference between active and passive voice.

What Teachers Are Saying About This Active and Passive Voice Resource:

⭐⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The PowerPoint provided a great overview of active and passive voice. The worksheet was a quick way to assess their learning.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ My students enjoyed this resource. It was engaging also for my adult ESL students. The presentation was colorful and easy to use. This resource integrated with some of my own made a super simple explanation of the passive/active voices.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The PowerPoint illustrates the concepts very well with clear, bright slides teens can relate to - with an explanation of why it's important to write in the active voice. I also like the practice exercises and the posters. I've been using the same 2 active voice worksheets for a while so this is a great update! 

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Pair this with a grammar challenge:
>>> Active Vs. Passive Voice Escape Challenge.

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