Many students with language and learning disorders have difficulty understanding and using complex sentences. These students then struggle to understand written and oral information presented in all content areas. Fortunately, students can be taught how to use and understand complex sentences.
This set teaches students to understand sentences written in the passive voice. This type of sentence is encountered in books and stories.
This 30-card set teaches students to recognize the difference between the passive and active voice. Beginning cards are color-coded so that students see the difference.
Pages are provided for students to convert sentences from the passive to the active voice. This activity can be used individually, in small-groups, or in large groups.
How to Use:
-Set your computer to print all pages in landscape orientation
-Print all pages on cardstock
-Cut on lines and laminate cards.
-Place in a plastic bag and label