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Include prepositional phrases in your writing to include important details and add information. Start with a short exercise that asks learners to place the correct preposition in each sentences. Then, each learner will write a paragraph using prepositional phrases to add details. Consider having learners reread their written work and highlight the prepositional phrases they used.
Delve into the world of gerunds and infinitives with this detailed powerpoint. Each slide provides examples and corresponding images. Stopping throughout the presentation would allow for guided and individual practice. This could also be a great tool for English language development.
Three fun stories from Houghton-Mifflin ("That Toad Is Mine," "Lost!" and "If You Give a Pig a Pancake") help ELD learners sequence events, express problem and solution, and predict outcomes. This also includes sentence frames to help individuals of all skill levels practice nouns, proper nouns, and prepositions. Your 1st graders will enjoy the thought-provoking questions that help them hone their English and literacy skills.
In this grammar worksheet, students investigate the use of prepositions in sentences to show relationships between nouns and other words. Students complete 40 examples including fill in the blank, preposition word search, changing prepositions to give a new meaning and identifying the object of the preposition.
In this prepositions of time online worksheet, students insert the correct preposition of time in 55 examples. They use drop down menus to choose between in, on, or at. They use drop down menus to insert the proper preposition in 56 sentences and enter their answers using the "done" button.
Identify nouns in speech and writing. Learners find all the nouns in a read-aloud story. Then, they complete a worksheet that reviews the use of nouns, verbs, adjectives, prepositions, conjunctions, pronouns, and interjections. A list of differentiated activities, modifications, and accommodations is included. The format of this plan is not well-organized.