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Second graders practice word order in sentence construction. Students participate in a discussion about importance of word order in a written sentence then complete a group activity in which they unscramble a sentence so it makes sense.
A case study for a Spanish-speaking 2nd grader, this lesson plan goes through the process of transitioning pupils from the alphabet of their native languages to the English alphabet. The study uses several books, worksheets, and word order games to help them learn their alphabet in English. The reflections in the case study would be helpful for an educator in the same situation.
Order it 2
In this word order learning exercise, students complete multiple choice questions where they choose the correct order of the sentence. Students complete 20 questions.
Be the Sentence- An Interactive Language Arts Activity
Students take on the roles of different words and punctuation and work collaboratively to create a complete sentence using correct parts of speech, word order, and punctuation. They progress from simple sentences to more complex sentences.
TPR is a Valuable Tool!
Students, at the beginning ESL proficiency level, participate in Total Physical Response activities in order to learn the present continuous and past tense, sentence structure and word order in English.
In these verb tenses and word order worksheets, students complete several activities that help them learn to understand and correctly use the future verb tense and sentence word order.
In this word order learning exercise, students complete the sentences by putting the words into the correct word order. Students complete 34 sentences.
Correct Word Order
In this grammar review worksheet, students practice their sentence writing skills as they correct the word order in 12 sentences. Students also write an original sentence.
Word Order in Questions Exercise
In this word order worksheet, students put the words in question sentences in the correct order. Students complete 10 sentences where they put words in order.
Word Order Mistakes
In this word order worksheet, 2nd graders rearrange the sentences to make the word order make sense. Students rearrange 20 sentences and write 3 of their own.
Adele's ESL Corner: Word Order-Present Tense
In this ESL word order, present tense worksheet, students change the order of words to form a sentence. Students may click on a "check answer" button.
Adele's ESL Corner: Word Order-Past Tense
For this ESL past tense word order worksheet, students change the order of words to form sentences. Students may click on a "check answer" button.
Word Order Practice – Chapter Six
In this reading skills worksheet, learners read 8 sentences in order to determine whether the word order is correct. If a sentence's word order is not correct, students make the necessary corrections.
Questions with Word Order Mistakes
For this word order mistakes worksheet, students read each sentence and correct the mistakes of word order or verb tense, then write their own sentences.
In this word order worksheet, students order given words into sentences. Students complete 10 exercises.
In this online grammar activity, students practice words order. Students read the words in the examples and correct the word order to make complete sentences.
Sentence Word Order
In this word order learning exercise, students order given words into sentences. Students complete 10 exercises.
Word Order Practice
For this grammar worksheet, students answer 8 true or false questions where they decide whether the word order of the given sentence is correct. Students then change incorrect sentences to make them correct.
Word Order: Creating Sentences
In this word order worksheet, 4th graders interactively type the words given to create a sentence, for 10 sentences, with immediate online feedback.
Word Order of Verbs
In this word order worksheet, 6th graders sort 22 verbs into two groups based on the examples shown, writing the negative form and the question form for each verb.