Punctuation ought to be easy. It should at least be easy to put the punctuation mark in the right place, but if you have students from other language backgrounds, such as Arabic, you've probably also been mystified at their difficulty in putting the period on the line next to the last word of the sentence or not having the comma fly right out of the sentence.
This digital presentation breaks it down to a very simple, basic level, what the most common marks used are called, whether the space goes before or after a punctuation mark and where it's vertical placement is. Which mark is required for which type of sentence is also touched upon.
This resource is intended for LOW-BEGINNER adults. (There are no smiling or dancing punctuation marks to amuse children.) This PDF resource may be shown on a screen much like a basic powerpoint--simply flip through the pages as if there were slides.
THIS IS NOT A POWERPOINT. Unfortunately, there is no "digital presentation" option to choose when marking resources such as this. While the total number of pages/slides is 50, this resource is not as comprehensive as the number 50 would indicate. To create a PDF that flows like a PowerPoint, many slides are needed.