The first page of this worksheet is an explanation of how to form informal commands and an explanation of direct object pronouns. Then it goes on to explain how to use direct object pronouns with both affirmative and negative commands. It gives examples for the students to follow. The second page is practice for creating the informal commands using direct object pronouns. The students have four tasks. 1) Rewrite the affirmative command changing a noun to a pronoun. 2) Rewrite the negative command changing the noun to a pronoun. 3) Rewrite the affirmative command changing to a negative command and 4) Rewrite the negative command and change it to an affirmative. The last task is to write five commands on their own with no prompting. They need to use direct object pronouns in the commands.
To work through this assignment I usually walk them through the notes with supplemental examples for them to see how to create the command with the pronoun. Then I go over one example for each section on the second page. I give them a few minutes to work and then we check as a class for understanding and answer questions. I save the last section on the second page as the last task. The students write their own commands and then they peer check to make sure they are doing the work correctly.