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Past Passive

The set up for this activity may take you a bit of time, but once it’s set up students can pretty much work on their own. You will want to create a crime scene in your classroom. Think of a crime that could have been committed in your classroom. It doesn’t have to be realistic. Maybe the pencil sharpener attacked the garbage can or a fire breathing dragon tried to burn all the books in the classroom. Designate a corner of your room as the crime scene and put several clues in the crime scene area. These clues can be anything, for example, a turned over chair, cookie crumbs on the ground, a torn piece of paper, footprints (or paw prints) on the floor, etc. If you want your students to solve a crime, then have an idea in your mind what happened and set up the scene accordingly. If you are only going to use this activity to practice the passive voice, put any clues you want to in the area. Students will then role play the investigators for the crime. They will investigate the scene noting the clues as they do. They should write their clues in the passive voice. (The chair was turned over. Footprints were left on the floor.) Tell students how many clues are hidden in the crime scene (you don’t have to make all of them obvious) and see how many they are able to find and write passive sentences about.

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