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Celine Kirts

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Pronoun I

1. PRONOUN “I” in a sentence Answering with: ‘Me’, ‘I + verb + object.’, ‘I am.’, or ‘I do.’ NOTE – If Jack answers with just one word and he is correct, say something like ‘Yes, you do like waffles!’ Then ask, ‘Do you think that you can tell me with more words?’ and ask the question again. First, always acknowledge and praise his initial response, even if it’s just one word. His goal is to not say “Me like waffles.” Thank you! 2. After practicing this activity a few times/for a few days, please Jack answering at least 5 of the questions. Remind him to use his words to make a good sentence.

5th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, English Language Arts, Special Education
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