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Work on writing complete sentences with your learners. Sentence starters are listed in column A and endings are listed in column B. Five blanks are outlined below, and young writers compose their own sentences using the parts given. Help scaffold good writing with your class!
Students complete activities to learn future tenses. In this tenses lesson plan, students review unknown wods and memorize a text about 'will future' tenses and 'going to the future' text. Students write their own sentences using the future tense rules. Students work out the rule for will future and going to future.
This handout gives an overview of the passive and active voices as well as pointing out that the grammar checkers in word processing programs mark sentences written in the passive voice as incorrect. While this is not an interactive worksheet, it does include examples of the active and passive voice and a short list of strategies writers can use to change the passive voice to the active voice.
Students participate in an auction game in which they buy as many correct sentences as they can with an imaginary $3000. In this grammar activity, students determine which sentences are correct and buy as many sentences as possible, with each sentence being sold to the highest bidder.
Learners practice forming and using comparative and superlative adjectives with a simply, but usefully illustrated worksheet. They circle the correct option from two choices to fill in the blank in each of five sentences. A brief explanation of these forms is at the top of the page.
Take a look at complete sentences with your beginning writers. The specific components of a complete sentence are not explained, but based on the example given, learners read a group of words and write S if the words are a complete sentence and N if they are not. Pupils then write their own complete sentences on the lines given.