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Explore the different symbols of grammar. Middle schoolers write two sentences using different symbols, including asterisks, apostrophes, and ellipses. They also read and answer guided questions.
What is the difference between the, a, and an?Designed for upper-intermediate English language pupils, this two-page packet could be used with less-advanced learners as well. Common rules are outlined and learners study when to use definite, indefinite, and zero articles. Finally, at the end of page two, they complete a practice opportunity by 26 fill-in-the-blank spaces.
How are definite and indefinite articles used in the English language? Beginning English speakers review a, an, the, and the zero article with this two-page document. After reviewing common rules, examples, and exceptions (there are many!), learners complete one fill-in-the-blank exercise where they must choose which article best completes each sentence. Answers are provided.
Help your young native English speakers discern between a, an, or the with this two-page document. Each article is explained before short practice assessments are offered. A short paragraph on the second page also explains what is known as the zero article, or when an article is not needed. An answer key appears on the bottom of the second page. Your English language learners might also find this worksheet helpful!
For this online interactive grammar skills worksheet, students answer 9 fill in the blank questions regarding conditional sentences. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this online interactive grammar skills worksheet, students answer 8 multiple choice questions regarding grammar and vocabulary skills. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Teaching students about grammar using popular, and well written, literature can be the best solution to a tricky topic.
Grammar lessons can be exciting and informative.
Wow, what a terrific lesson! After learning about natural disasters, such as volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, landslides and tsunamis, pupils write an article and publish their work. This lesson is chock full of resources and supplemental materials.
Assess and diagnose grammar knowledge with this online resource. Learners complete 25 question online interactive quizzes at either a beginning or intermediate level. There are 30 grammar tests available; each has 25 questions. This website could be used as a test, an activity, a pre-assessment, or a sponge activity.
Students use wordplay to investigate the grammatical components of a sentence. They read a New York Times article by analyzing the writer's use of nouns and verbs in the article and then constructing original sentences using those words in different contexts.
Students read an article from the New York Times and discuss the content. In this vocabulary lesson, students collaborate in small groups to select interesting nouns and verbs to define and share with the class, after reviewing the parts of speech. Students write original sentences using the words they collected from the article, ensuring that nouns and verbs are use appropriately.
In this ESL writing lesson, students write a short article in English about a subject they choose using correct grammar and punctuation. Their articles are then posted as blogs online.
Students find 5 examples of incorrect grammar in sentence structure, usage, punctuation, capitalization, and spelling in newspaper headlines, magazines, or signs. They submit their finding to the teacher for approval and correct the grammar in their findings.
In this articles learning exercise, students read about the part of speech that indicates an article, and have a multiple choice quiz on articles. Students answer 10 questions.
In this online interactive English skills worksheet, students answer 50 multiple choice questions regarding appropriate grammar. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this grammar instructional activity, students learn how to use articles in sentence writing. They then use what they learned to answer the 10 questions on the instructional activity. The answers are on the last page.
In this grammar testing worksheet, students complete a 25 question diagnostic test covering a variety of concepts. Students select answers by clicking on a button beside each sentence.
Pep up your review of article usage with this bright green presentation! If your class is not normally enthralled with grammar, this neon green background will surely get their attention. The descriptions are very clear but unfortunately, some of the examples are muddled. The last slide contains sentences with blanks for your learners to fill in the correct article.
Students read an article about the importance of sleep and answer and discuss related questions, journal, and do activities on the web.