Sentence Work on Passive Voice
Students explore passive voice. They bring in rough drafts, exchange with other students, and look for ways to improve the essays through the elimination of the passive voice.
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How to Recognize and Eliminate Passive Voice
This handout presents the appropriate times to use the active voice and the passive voice with examples and a short exercise. After reading through the information and examples, pupils transform passive sentences into active sentences. A...
9th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Lesson Plan – Sentences: Prepositions
Three practice worksheets, goal setting procedure, and basic instructional practices are what you'll find in this special education or adult literacy instructional activity. People with special needs, such as reading delay, practice...
11th - Higher Ed Special Education & Programs
Old Information Before New Information
Help your writers streamline their sentence structure with this handout. This resource provides information about sentence organization including definitions and models of the active voice and the passive voice. In addition to reading...
10th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Revising for Clarity: Characters and Their Actions
This handout offers a three-step process for revising sentences for clarity: diagnose, analyze, revise. After reading an example sentence revision with a detailed explanation, learners complete three sample sentences using the three-step...
11th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Passive and Active Voice
In this grammar worksheet, students identify and define the difference between active voice and passive voice. They also indicate whether they are using the active or the passive voice in the 20 sentences listed by filling in the blank...
4th - Higher Ed English Language Arts