ESOL Writing: sentence focus (punctuation and grammar)

Literacy Starter - Parts of Speech - Verbs

Submitted by Jane Johnson on Thu, 2016-10-06 17:53

Literacy: Apply grammar, Apply strategies to spell correctly

ESOL: ESOL Writing: sentence focus (punctuation and grammar), ESOL Writing: word focus (spelling and handwriting)

General: Generic resources for literacy, numeracy and beyond

Context: Painting Decorating & DIY

Resource type: Warm-up, Worksheet or assignment

Level: E3, L1, L2

A two sided A4 sheet that builds on the identification of verbs and the spelling rules for past tense verbs. This is followed by a simple knowledge check.

It is designed to be used as a whole group lesson starter. It is differentiated in the sense that more able learners will be expected to complete the more complex tasks.

Editor’s note
The vocabulary in the example sentences is aimed at Painting & Decorating students, but the resource is suitable for all.

Reported vs Direct speech

Submitted by Kathy Crockford on Wed, 2014-10-01 10:34

Literacy: Apply punctuation and capitalisation, SLc/L1.2, Ws/L2.4, Functional English - writing

ESOL: ESOL Writing: sentence focus (punctuation and grammar), ESOL Writing

Level: L1, L2

Resource type: Handout or guide, Worksheet or assignment

A handout and exercise sheets for using direct and reported speech. Gives several example of each and the exercises work by switching the same message between direct and reported speech.

I have used this as a speaking/listing exercise as well as writing for grammar/punctuation. Target group is really L1 /L2 but can work well with high E3 too.

ESOL E3 writing revision - correcting mistakes

Submitted by Janet Kinsey on Thu, 2011-06-16 15:08

ESOL: ESOL Writing: sentence focus (punctuation and grammar), ESOL Writing

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Level: E3

This revision task aims to prepare students for the Entry 3 ESOL writing test.
It portrays a sample student answer to Task 1 Cambridge ESOL E3 Test 067 with accompanying teacher feedback. The idea is that your student corrects the mistakes that have been pointed out by the teacher.
It also demonstrates some effective methods of feedback that you can use to help learners improve their writing – without actually making the corrections for them.
A knowledge of perfect tenses is expected.

Basic grammar

Submitted by Jennifer Baines on Thu, 2006-08-31 17:11

Literacy: Ws/E3.2

ESOL: ESOL Writing: sentence focus (punctuation and grammar)

Level: E3

Resource type: Cloze exercise, Interactive worksheet

Interactive Word worksheet where learner selects correct word from drop down menus. Focuses on correct use of gone, go, went and has, had, have. 10 cloze questions.

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