When teaching grammar, make it interactive & include lots of repetition. Sarah's sharing tons of grammar activities & games that give students multiple opportunities to practice grammar rules. Don't miss out on the blog!! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper
Russian Grammar And The Cyrillic Alphabet: Not That Hard After All! - There is a stereotype about Russian that it’s one of the most difficult languages in the world. Not only does it have a scary Cyrillic alphabet, but its grammar seems insurmountable. Because of this, a lot of people are afraid of learning it. But is this really true? Let’s try to find the truth behind those myths. #article #russian
Fix It! Grammar: Frog Prince, or Just Deserts [Teacher’s Manual Book 3]
These twelve lessons help students learn basic parts of speech, such as nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Students practice parts of speech by copying a sentence while fixing it's grammar. Next, students underline or circle parts of speech as asked. Finally, students write sentences of their own with the given criteria of the lesson.
Like its original counterpart, the Grammar Games Dice Review, this game allows students to have fun while reviewing and learning grammar, focusing specifically on the 8 parts of speech this time around. Help students learn the building blocks of the English language through fun and engaging repetition.
In this article, I break down Japanese sentence structure and show you exactly how Japanese sentences work. A solid understanding of this will save you a huge amount of time trying to make sense of Japanese grammar.