The Ultimate List of Free Grammar Games
The Ultimate List of FREE Grammar Games -- a huge list of games to teach parts of speech, punctuation, sentence types, and writing. Grammar doesn't have to be boring!
This is a dice game with the questions which are normally asked in the first part of The PET exam, Speaking. It's just a funny way to practise these introductory questions where they have to say more than just the basics. - ESL worksheets
What's wrong with this sentence? Powerpoint to analyze writing
Each slide begins with a sentence and contains these answer choices: This sentence... A. is written correctly. B. has a misspelled word C. is missing a capital letter D. has incorrect punctuation. My students have to take a semi-annual assessment where they have to read paragraphs and analyze the writing. I created this PowerPoint so that students are prepared when they see this type of question on their assessment. ...
What is a complex sentence?
Struggling to get your students to use complex sentences in speech and language therapy? If so, play this video and let me explain it to them for you! Click the image to view the video. #speechtherapy #languagetherapy #schoolslp #syntax
The pressure is on! I have my formal principal's evaluation on Tuesday. I don't know about you but these always make me soooooo nervous. I've done them a million times. I've had tons of people, over the years, in my classroom watching me teach from district personnel to other school's principals but it always makes me crazy. I think it's because I'm a perfectionist. I want the perfect lesson and my students to behave in a perfect way. Well it ain't gonna happen this time. I have a VERY…
Punctuation Power - Sometimes You Need a Super Hero!
Pinner said: After my students write a piece I have them leave it on their desks when they go to lunch or special area classes. I place a Skittle on each correct punctuation mark (and I usually put one or two one if they indent a paragraph). Let me tell