We have specific courses that draw inspiration from international courses and GER levels and are all supported by additional grammar and pronunciation modules. Teachers can choose to use lessons and activities written by EF, but also modify and create their own – adapt them to the learning needs of different students. EF Class is completely free for teachers and students. A dice game for couples of students to practice specialized distribution agreement and sentence writing. The objective of this activity is to practice the correct identification of the subject in a single sentence. Ask students to identify the subject of each sentence. Students will be able to construct sentences in which the subject and verb correspond. Detect and correct inappropriate changes in verb form.* A 60-minute lesson where students identify and practice subject-verb concordance. Develop and strengthen writing as needed with instruction and support from your peers and adults through planning, revision, and treatment. (The treatment of conventions here should demonstrate mastery of language standards 1-3 up to and including CM1.) After discussing the questions, you explain that the lesson will focus on some aspects of written and oral accuracy.

The objective of this activity is to correctly use verbs with different types of subjects. Discuss whether students think subjects should be accepted in a singular or plural. Maybe you want to check the answers at the end of the lesson to test students` progress. In addition to checking and identifying both correct and incorrect subject-verb correspondence, students examine when it may be appropriate to use non-grammatical language and talk about the difference between formal and informal language. They then invent quiz questions that they can share with their colleagues. The gist of the lesson is to ask students to know how this important grammatical rule is used (or deliberately ignored) in a large number of environments. The objective of this activity is to practice subject-verb agreement in spoken situations.. . .

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