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Infographic: Active vs. Passive voice. Great way to teach students how to change passive voice to active!

Infographic for active vs passive voice. A helpful infographic from Your Dictionary. Perfect for the classroom! I like that this doesn't make passive voice seem like the be all that end all in composition.

Making common grammar mistakes is different than using what you've learned from your urban dictionary because that can be FUN, but if you are making these you might just look plain silly.

Making common grammar mistakes is different than using what you've learned from your urban dictionary because that can be FUN, but if you are making these you might just look plain silly. Grammar is a major bug bear for me. I HATE bad grammar

Prepositions of time                                                                                                                                                      More

Having the prepositions of time listed and in sections is nice. But I would also have more graphic examples. I would make a worksheet where the students matched examples to the appropriate preposition of time.

This poster can help students remember when to use the articles a, an, and the correctly....

Cursos inglés Irlanda & Collins-This poster can help students remember when to use the articles a, an, and the correctly.

Shades of Modality [infographic]: "Even if a reader has no idea what a modal verb is (a type of auxiliary verb that expresses possibility, necessity or obligation), this statement is more likely to agitate than inform, and it would start any other article on a sour note. [...] Because of their commanding tone, modals must be used carefully, and some writers attempt to avoid them entirely."

Shades of Modality [infographic]: A modal verb is a type of auxiliary verb that expresses possibility, necessity or obligation. Because of their commanding tone, modals must be used carefully, and some writers attempt to avoid them entirely.