Teacher: How to use Mad Libs in grammar lessons

Mad Libs are an effective and engaging tool to teach students about grammar, says Jessica Nevitt, a first-year English teacher. Her students use the children's word games to complete sentences with humorous words before moving on to more complex discussions about word choices. The goal, she writes, is for her students to construct their own Mad Libs, which lead to lessons on writing.

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