Subject: ELA (English Language Arts)
Lesson Length: 30 mins
Topic: Frequently Confused Words
Grade Level: 4
Standards / Framework:
Brief Description: Students will correctly use the frequently confused words to, too and two.
Know Before You Start: Students often struggle writing the correct form of the frequently used words to, too, and two. This lesson will help clarify common misuse of these words.
Read and discuss sample Comic 1, illustrating how to use the words to, too, and two.
Ask students to discuss with a partner the meaning of to, too and two as demonstrated in each panel.
Model how to correctly use each form of the word to, too and two in writing.
Have students read sample Comic 2 and decide what form of to, too and two should be included in each panel. This can be done aloud or in writing.
Have students create their own three-panel comics demonstrating their understanding of how to use the correct form of to, too and two.
- Have students share their comics with one another, and encourage them to use the correct form of to, too and two in their own writing.
- Provide visuals and definitions for each form of to, too and two to use as a reference.
- Provide sentences for students and allow them to choose the correct form.
- Allow students to use the voiceover feature to read their comics aloud.