If you want to boost your students' grammar and help them structure their sentences, then download this resource and have them master the imperative form in a blast.
Your Grammar Imperative Editable Word Labels in detail:
Here is a nice set of 96 word labels to have your students write sentences in the imperative form. These labels are color-coded and offer: auxiliary for the netaive form, verbs, prepositions, articles & determiners, nouns. You will also find an editable version to better suit your needs.
❑ Color version only
The words listed are meant to create rules for a classroom: listen to the teacher/don't write on the tables ...
How to use this resource:
• You may want to laminate them and add some magnetic tape at the back.
• Place them on your whiteboard and work with your students to place them in the right order to actually build a sentence
• Your students will just have to follow the pattern to build strong and powerful sentences.
• Use the editable version to create your own labels with the words you want to teach.
You will get two files: a read-made non-editable PDF file that you can print out and use without preparation AND an editable Powerpoint file that you can edit (change the text, the font and the size of the text) to better suit your needs. Please note that you will need Microsoft Powerpoint to edit this part of the resource.
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