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  1.   The Inca Empire: A Content-Based Approach to Teaching the Passive Voice
...ry of ESL terms Home | Crosswords | Word Searches | Flash Cards | Verbs | Songs | Creative Writing | Work Sheets | Phonics | ABCs Potion Book | Spell Book | ESL for Adults | Ask Thomas | Lesson Plans | Young Learners | Jobs | Teaching Forums The Inca Empire: A Content-Based Approach to Teaching the Passive Voice by Chris Gunn Materials: Inca Empire Fact Cards Inca Empire Student Sheets Inca Empire Test This activity is a retelling activity. Time and time again, my experience has been that retelling activities --especially content-based ones-- have the most lasting effect in terms of what students will be able to recall...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  2.   Tobacco
...cts present real conditional Advanced: A. Listening: Comprehends vocabulary in spoken context. B. Reading: Reads and comprehends texts in unfamiliar contexts D. Writing Writes expository texts using the vocabulary and grammar forms in the lesson. Functions :expresses an opinion. Supporting grammar: passive voice ABE Writing ABE 1,2,3 all indicators in A. Teacher should check the writing for all indicators in spelling, punctuation and grammar. Lesson Overview : This lesson introduces the students to the use of the internet as a health information resource. Students will gain an understanding of the dangers of tobacco us...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  3.   Active versus Passive Creation of Race: Layering Images of Race
Veils What’s On the Inside/Outside? 2:1:8:Active Versus Passive Creation of Race: Layering Images of Race TITLE OF LESSON English 2 Unit 1 Lesson 8 – Active Versus Passive Creation of Race: Layering Images of Race How is it decided who belongs and who doesn’t? TIME ESTIMATE FOR THIS LESSON One class period ALIGNMENT WITH STANDARDS California – Eng 9-10: R1.0-1, 3.0, 3.5-3.9, 3.11...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   Demonstrate ability to utilize a variety of postal services, Construct sentences : passive voice
ADULT ESOL LESSON PLAN ESOL LEVEL 4 ESOL COMPETENCIES: 63.0 Government and Community Services 63.03 Demonstrate ability to utilize a variety of postal services (post office, UPS, FedEx). 67.05 Construct sentences : passive voice Cultural Focus: Postal services A variety of services ranging from mailing packages to internet access are available through the U.S. Post Office and private business providers. Classroom Procedure: 1. Assess prior knowledge by asking: Why is it important to have a variety of postal services? Ex. To have many o...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  5.   The Passive Voice
1 Title - The Passive Voice Level Intermediate We use the passive voice when we want to place more emphasis on the object/objects or receiver/receivers of an action. The person speaking could think that it is necessary to place more emphasis on the object/objects or receiver/receivers of an action. We also use the passive voice when we do...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  6.   Linking and Action Verbs, Active and Passive Voice
Name: Parks Smith Class: English II Period: 2 Date: July 9, 2008 Objective: The student will identify linking and action verbs in various sentences and identify the difference between the two types of verbs. The student will determine if various sentences are written in active or passive voice. (DOK 2, English II, 4.a.2) Materials: pens, worksheets, overhead, overhead transparencies, dry-erase markers. Do Now: To err is human. I like to eat. My greatest dream, to watch Ole Miss in a national championship game, will come true eventually. Copy the sentences above and identify the nominal infinitive. Id...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  7.   Choosing the Best Verb: An Active and Passive Voice Minilesson
Student Objectives Instruction & Activities Extensions Student Assessment/Reflections STUDENT OBJECTIVES Students will identify verbs in a variety of contexts. analyze verbs to determine whether constructions rely on active or passive voice. draw conclusions about how to match active and passive voice to their writing situation. choose verbs (active or passive) appropriate for the audience and purpose of their writing. back to top Instruction & Activities If necessary due to computer availability, divide students into groups. Provide the basic def...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   Raiders of the Lost Ark Passive Voice
...sh classes free ESL quiz center free English practice Travel plans & ideas Teaching ESL TESL/TEFL resources ESL teacher development English teaching store Finance & investing Resources ESL speaking activities ESL lesson plans Business English ESL quiz center Practice English Raiders of the Lost Ark passive voice lesson plan for TESOL TESL TEFL communicative classes In the following lesson, students are introduced to the passive voice. Unlike many texts, the first thing students are exposed to is when to use passive voice. This lesson plan is not getting students ready for a grammar test, but helping students realize wh...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  9.   Sentence Work on Passive Voice
Donald Meisenheimer CAI Coordinator Home For Students The Current Computer Labs How to Connect Remotely to the Labs How to Use Pickup & Dropoff Folders How to Use Remote Desktop CAI Lesson Plans Other Lab Software Campus Computing Resources MyUCDavis Archives Sentence Work on Passive Voice Download a Word Version Summary For homework, students read about distinctions between passive and active voice (in this case, in Mightier than the Sword by G. Edward Good). They bring a 300-500 word rough draft to class of a Memo to the Court in response to a particular legal scenario. After some guided practi...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Nominalization and Passive Voice Exercise
Donald Meisenheimer CAI Coordinator Home For Students The Current Computer Labs How to Connect Remotely to the Labs How to Use Pickup & Dropoff Folders How to Use Remote Desktop CAI Lesson Plans Other Lab Software Campus Computing Resources MyUCDavis Archives Nominalization and Passive Voice Exercise Download a Word Version Summary Students arrive in class having read Lesson 3 from Joseph Williams' Style: Ten Lessons in Clarity and Grace. The instructor reviews the material on passive voice with a couple of sentences starring Little Red Riding Hood, then goes around the room asking students to dist...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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