Possessive Nouns. Oh, that tricky apostrophe!
Making a noun possessive used to make my students groan, but this task card set helped them get it straight. Possessive nouns are often covered in beginning ESL classes, but students are rarely given enough practice with them. I've had intermediate students who get them mixed up or use them incorrectly. If you are currently teaching or going to teach possessive nouns, you'll want to get this task card set! Possessive Adjectives. Are possessive adjectives confusing your students?
Perhaps they need a refresher or just some more practice. Possessive adjectives are often covered in beginning ESL classes, but students are rarely given enough practice with them. I've had intermediate students who get them mixed up or use them incorrectly. I made this set for a mixed levels class of mine. I have some low beginners with some advanced-thinking intermediate students, so I wrote sentences with vocabulary that would appeal to the higher level students, but made question types accessible to my lower level students.
Included: What Time? simple tense review. My adult ESL students recently asked me for some task cards to review the simple tenses, so I made this set especially for them.
It includes analog clocks because they also needed to practice telling time. Halloween-Themed Fact & Opinion Task Cards by Rike Neville. If your students need practice identifying fact from opinion, and it's close to Halloween time, this is your lucky day!
Included: ✔ 3 pages of Halloween-themed task cards (total of 12) each with three statements to be identified as "fact" or "opinion" (total of 36 statements) ✔ 1 page answer sheet/answer key Starring in the task card statements are: Dracula, Frankenstein, werewolves, zombies, psychopathic children, witches, ghosts, fear, cemeteries, full moon, Ouija boards, & costumes.
Created with secondary to adult students in mind. Great for ESL students! ⚫Prefer to have this in digital presentation form? Need Fact & Opinion resources that are good for any time of the year? ***GET ALL THREE IN THIS BUNDLE*** ⚡⚡ Fact & Opinion BUNDLE. Coordinating Conjunctions. Count & Noncount. Oh those tricky noncount nouns!
Give your ESL students lots of practice with this grammar concept using this 52 card set! Included: ✔ 1 page Teacher page with instructions and suggestions ✔ 1 page set covers ✔ 14 pages of task cards (4 per page) ✔ 1 page answer sheet ✔ 1 page answer key Types of Questions: ⚪ Identify (14 cards) Students look at the picture to complete a phrase for measuring noncount nouns ⚪ Choose the Measurement (7 cards) Multiple choice ⚪ Error Correction (7 cards) Correct the error for the given count or noncount noun. ⚪ Subject-Verb Agreement (7 cards) Choose the correct verb. ⚪ a few / a little (7 cards) Choose the correct answer. ⚪ many / much (7 cards) Choose the correct answer. ⚪ a / an / some (7 cards) Choose the correct answer. Present Progressive. Do your students practice with the present progressive?
Want some task cards designed for older students? If you teach secondary to adult students, you'll love these simple, yet attractive task cards with sentences written for mature students, not children. Simple Future. Secondary to adult students will practice using "will" and "be going to" with this simple future task card resource.
Simple Present. Give your secondary to adult students practice with the simple present with this task card resource!
Great for ESL! Task cards are perfect for students who get easily overwhelmed with a lot of text. Each task card has only one question, which makes it easier for students to focus on one item at a time. Task cards also save the teacher from spending valuable time making worksheet copies because the cards may be used again and again. Print on cardstock or laminate to ensure longevity.
There are eight types of questions 1) Error Correction. Grammar Task Card BUNDLE. While more may be added at a later date, at present, this bundle contains the following resources:
Linking Verbs. Oh those tricky linking verbs!
Present Perfect. Give your secondary to adult students practice with the present perfect with this task card resource! Great for ESL! Task cards are perfect for students who get easily overwhelmed with a lot of text. Each task card has only one question, which makes it easier for students to focus on one item at a time. Task cards also save the teacher from spending valuable time making worksheet copies because the cards may be used again and again. Print on cardstock or laminate to ensure longevity. There are eight types of questions:➀ Error Correction. Articles. Using articles correctly is especially difficult for ESL students who don't have articles in their own language, and no wonder! Even native-speaking students sometimes struggle with this grammar concept.
This resource will give your students valuable practice as well as the chance to learn some common idioms and proverbs. Each task card contains at minimum two answer blanks--most have far more. Conditionals: If... If learning conditionals were easy for students, you wouldn't be here looking for resources to help! Irregular Simple Past #1. Irregular verbs can drive any learner mad, whether an ESL student or a native-English-speaking student. If your students need more practice with irregular simple past verbs, this task card set is just what you need--and it's basically a two-for-one! Simple Past: Task Cards by Rike Neville. Explicitly teaching grammar and spelling rules may not be in vogue, but thousands of students, especially adult students, have spent their entire student lives learning in that manner.
It’s what they are used to, what they are comfortable with, and what many of them WANT. If you have students studying for the university-entrance exams that deem their English skills good enough to enter university, you probably have students who WANT to know the exact rules and take comfort in using explicitly-stated rules. Prepositions of Time and Place. Oh those pesky prepositions! Adult ESL books tend to explain them well, but give little practice using them. If your students need more practice with the prepositions of time and place (in, on, at, from...to), you'll want to grab this task card resource immediately! Count & Noncount. Irregular Simple Past #2. Plural Nouns. ESL students sometimes struggle to keep straight all the rules for how to make a singular noun plural. This 2-in-1 resource will help them practice what they have been learning. Connectives - Transitions. Gerunds and Infinitives. Count & Noncount Nouns.
Comparative Adjectives. Commonly Confused Words. English—no one ever says it’s easy! That we actually have a huge list of commonly confused words that trip up both native-speakers and those whose first language isn’t English says a lot about our language. Whether you’ve got high school students prepping for university-entrance exams or ESL adults trying to get that score that proves their English is “good enough” for university admittance, you probably spend some time addressing some of those commonly confused words. Fact and Opinion: high interest topics for adults. Active & Passive voice.