Expressive Grammar Tasks

Correcting incorrect sentences

Give the students examples of incorrect grammar and syntax and have them identify the errors and choose the suitable replacement. Initially they may need a choice of two answers but as they progress they should be able to generate some of their own responses. E.g. The mouses ate the cheese, The girl is looking at himself etc

Arranging words to make syntactically correct sentences

Activities where the students are given a list of words that they have to rearrange into semantically and syntactically correct sentences e.g. boy is the eating the cake. These sentences can become more complex as they progress.

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