Syntax Teacher Resources
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What are the benefits to providing your learners with multiple-choice questions on quizzes and tests? If you'll be teaching Latin literature this year, read this quick argument to decide which types of questions you'll create.
College of New Rochelle
Take a look at Horace's "Ode 1.5" from Carmina in depth with an analysis worksheet. Included on the first page is the original Latin version of the verses as well as a literal translation. Pupils respond to questions relating to sounds,...
San José State University
Improve syntax with this explanatory handout. It clarifies one way to make writing more precise: avoiding nominalization. This resource provides four ways to find and change nominalization problems and 10 sentences to correct. There are...
Begin teaching your learners—and yourself—some basics about the Latin language with the inquiries available in this resource. Although the questions are linked to a textbook of unknown origin, they offer a good beginning on where to...
Readers answer 8 multiple choice questions by selecting the correct revisions to the paragraph provided. The focus is on prepositions, syntax, and parts of speech. A good, quick exercise for ELL classes or review for middle schoolers.
If you are looking for a worksheet to challenge intermediate English learners on verb tense, syntax, and punctuation, you might want to check out this worksheet. Readers select the correct revisions to a passage in eight multiple choice...
Intermediate level ESL classes could benefit from this worksheet that requires reading a passage and correcting the identified errors. The mistakes include verb tense, spelling, and syntax. This might also prove useful for middle schoolers.
Syntax is important when learning to speak English, and a worksheet with ten sentences can assist English learners in putting words in the correct order. As they read each sentence, they choose which of two answers would be most...
A brief passage about International Dance Day, April 29, is accompanied by an array of language activities based in sound ELD practice: cloze exercise, phrase matching, word jumble, multiple choice, sequencing, interview, group...
For this worksheet, students correct the errors in verb tense and syntax in each simple sentence. This worksheet could be used as a warm-up activity with ESL learners.
This worksheet provides intermediate ESL learners with an opportunity to correct identified errors with grammar, verb tenses and syntax in a written passage.
Students in an ESL classroom practice using verbs and the correct tense. In teams, they work together to make a sentence using the same verb and tense clue word. They read their sentences aloud and gain points on the correctness of it.
Practice using parallel structure. Learners correct faulty parallelism in an extensive list of sentences. The faults in each sentence are sometimes subtle, so scholars will need solid background knowledge on parallel structure to catch...
All ages love to engage in cartoon writing –- little do they know that they actually learn quite a bit from it! In an instructional session focused on literacy syntax and vocabulary, your pupils work cooperatively to draw six pictures...
In this activity, students correct the errors in verb tense and syntax in each simple sentence. This activity could be used as a warm-up activity with ESL learners.
A tweet can only be 140 characters long, including spaces. Challenge class members to write a positive note to one or more of their peers in 140 characters or less. It is a great activity to give on Valentine's Day to upper elementary...
In this question structure worksheet, students discuss the structure of simple questions. They begin with the question word, a do/does choice, the subject and end with the infinitive verb.
In this science worksheet, students fill in 6 blanks to complete an article about worms. They select words from a word bank. Students must use knowledge punctuation and syntax to put the words in the correct blanks.
Prepare young scholars for life in the twenty-first century with this introduction to computer coding formatted as a fun problem solving game, this resource is a great way to develop children's sequential thinking skills.
Hace calor! Use hand signals to accompany weather-related vocabulary. Learners will remember the vocabulary better! They'll then research weather around the world and record it on a chart provided. Add a math component to this plan by...
Did you know that modern Chinese literature “grew from the psychoanalytical theory of Sigmund Freud”? Designed for a world literature class, seniors are introduced to “One Evening in the Rainy Season,” Shi Zhecun’s stream of...
Prepare class members for the SAT Writing and Language exam with a practice test that prepares students for the types of questions and the kind of language used in the exam. Test takers must select the best way to fix poorly constructed...
There are different types of reading meant for different texts. Discuss four of these with your emerging readers. When does one perform an extensive or intensive reading? When does one skim or scan a text? How are these all different?
Explore the history and scope of the English language with this presentation. With discussion points on the roots of English, its various forms around the world, and its status as a global language, this slide show would be a good...