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Students as “Grammarians”: Discovering Grammatical Rules Lesson on the Causative “Have”
Groups examine a series of examples, identify the common elements, and work together to discover "the causative" grammar rule represented.
50 Views 47 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
- Although designed for ESL/ELD classes, the exercises are appropriate for native English speakers as well
- The fifth in a series of 10 grammar resources
- The lesson assumes learners are familiar with active and passive voice, with various grammatical structures, and with causatives
- Sample sentences are included
- The lack of scaffolding may leave some learners confused
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