Concept Attainment Lesson

This is a concept attainment lesson you can use with your whole group. See this video for more information on using this model of instruction.

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Students attempt to see the pattern in sentences which feature transitive vs intransitive verbs.

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This lesson includes 3 videos for students to work through independently.

Can the concept attainment model make transitive and intransitive verbs interesting? In my experience, it sure can!

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