Essay on Teaching: Grammatical Number and Notes

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Elements of a Lesson Plan - Suggested Answers | Age/level | Objective(s) | Time | Resources/materials | Classroom set-up | Warm-up | Process (the activity or task) | Assessments | Follow-up | Select the verb that is conjugated into simple present: Angela ________ carrots for her salad. (cuts) Which sentence is written in the imperative? (Listen to your parents.) Select the verb that is conjugated into present continuous: Rather than shoes, I _________ sandals. (am wearing) Identify the verb tense or mood of the bolded word(s): Don't stop believing! (imperative) To discuss activities that are currently in progress, which verb tense would you use? (present continuous) Identify the error in the following…show more content…
* By using the adverb “still” with the present continuous, what is being suggested about the activity? Surprise that the activity or state has not ended. Review the Vocabulary Notes on page 40. * Draw the present continuous on a time scale. Consult the Grammar Table and Timelines section to review your drawing. Present continuous: Weather reports Simple present : Presenting Facts Routines Imperatives: Recipes Maps Identify the verb tense or mood of the bolded word(s): Dance like no one is watching. (Imperative) Select the verb that is conjugated into simple present: They ________ groceries every Saturday. (buy) The present continuous tense is not used to discuss: (Repeated activities ) Which of the following is not an adverb of frequency? (usual) To discuss personal habits or routines, which verb tense would you use? (Simple present) Which of the following time expressions is not commonly used with the present continuous tense? (seldom) Chapter 1 in the Grammar Sense 2 text has a reading on Iceland. Prior to the reading, there is a cue to begin a discussion with the class about islands and island nations. If this was being used as your introduction to your daily lesson, you may consider bringing in props, stories, photos, flags, etc. about Iceland to engage your students. (The introduction is used for you to model processes for the students to show them how you expect work to be done.) Joanna is finding that her students are falling

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