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The Sun Vs. Wind - May 25, 2015Lesson Collection #3 - Lesson 14g
The final lesson in this series encourages students to listen carefully in order to spot errors in English grammar and syntax.
There are three sections on this worksheet, A, B & C. Each section has nine sentences and each sentence is exactly the same except that only one of them uses correct English; the other two have one mistake each.
Students, in groups of three, have to discover who has the grammatically correct sentence. Many of the errors are with missing or incorrect articles (a, an or the), a dropped (or unnecessarily added) "s" or inaccurate verbs.
By working closely together, and listening carefully, students can easily identify the incorrect sentences simply by comparing the three.
There is even a "built in" confirmation with this lesson; once students have finished, they insert the code and hopefully will spell out the title: Sun vs Wind.
There are five similar lessons available. They are:
Sour Grapes (see Lesson 14a above)
The Lazy Grasshopper (See Lesson 14b above)
The Smart Crow (See Lesson 14c above)
The Clever Fox (See Lesson 14d above) -and-
The Greedy Dog (See Lesson 14e above) -and-
The Silly Crab (See Lesson 14f above).
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