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Eight Parts of Speech

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Learning the parts of speech can be tedious, but this interactive site might spark some interest. Middle schoolers need to understand the eight parts of speech and how they help students become good writers and readers. This packet identifies the parts of speech and gives a definition and the function of each one. A slide show gives examples and a rap by 9th graders helps make the learning fun. A brief activity tests what's been learned.

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