grammar

Purpose: To give intermediate students practice with the grammar forms “I do, too” and “I don’t either”

Preparation Time:  2 minutes to set up the activity

Materials:  none

Preparation: none

Procedure:

1) Divide the class into two teams.  Have the teams line up on opposite sides of the room

facing each other.

Purpose: A way for intermediate and advanced level learners to practice the comparative

Preparation Time:  5-10 minutes

Materials:  whiteboard, markers

 

Students practice questions and statements in simple present tense and the use of both and neither…nor.
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Sorting is a great activity for reviewing and practicing sight words.
This activity combines speaking and listening skills with proper use of the past tense.
A speaking and listening activity in which students use "I can" and "I can't" to discover unique and shared abilities and experiences.
A fun, visual way to practice the proper use of prepositions.
You can reinforce correct grammar by asking students to copy a model.
Here's a fun way to practice using the comparative and superlative forms in conversation.

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