Practice logical order with this backwards look at taking a driving test.
Lower level students often have an easier time understanding logical order when they can see the sentences arranged in different ways. Allowing students the time to manipulate the sentences/sentence chunks into order better allows them the opportunity to visualize complete paragraphs with logical order. This activity reinforces the idea that both the topic sentence and concluding sentence are just one sentence each, while supporting sentences make up the main body of a paragraph. In addition, students will more easily see how a concluding sentence is similar to a topic sentence when they can first compare them side-by-side.
Students will enjoy and be able to relate to the reverse topic of tips to FAIL a driver's test whether they have yet to try for it or already have their own license.
✔ One-page teacher's page of instructions & suggestions
✔ One-page numbering worksheet (number sentences in correct order)
✔ Two-page sequencing activity (13 cards that must be cut out)
✔ 2 one-page Answer keys
✔ Brainstorm page
✔ One-page graphic organizer for students to use when writing their own paragraphs
✔ One-page Outline handout for students to use when writing their own paragraphs
✔ Self-review page
✔ Peer-review page
This activity was created for low-level adult ESL students.
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