ESL students can be stumped by when to use "any" vs. "some". This resource gives them the chance to figure it out for themselves.
Allowing students to discover grammar rules by working together in cooperative learning groups both decreases teacher talk and instills deductive reasoning skills into students. When they can articulate rules into their own words, they own them and will be more like to both remember them and use them correctly.
In this linguistic investigation, students will examine statements and questions to determine the rules for using "some" vs. "any".
✔ 1 page teacher suggestions
✔ 5 pages (40 cards) of sentences using "some" and "any"
✔ 1 page worksheet with rules and sentence gaps + 1 page answer key
✔ 1 page worksheet sentence gaps + 1 page answer key
✔ 2 pages duplicated using terms "countable/noncountable" instead of "count/noncount"
This activity was designed for high beginning-level adult ESL students.
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⚡⚡ Linguistic Investigation BUNDLE
⚡⚡ MEGA Grammar BUNDLE for ESL and Secondary
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