The Eight Parts of Speech: Student Text and Workbook

The Eight Parts of Speech: Student Text and Workbook

by Kristine Setting Clark

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Overview

Simply English – 8 Parts of Speech is a guide to help students become familiar with the basic units of grammar. Each part of speech is defined with tips and examples for identification. Practice exercises are then provided for identifying each part of speech. Be sure to have students read over the Quick Reference (at the end of the textbook) to familiarize themselves with the eight parts of speech. It includes definitions, key words and examples. This reference can be used as a study guide and when preparing for exams.
The curriculum is very flexible allowing you to introduce each part of speech, usage concept and exercises at the students’ own pace. Of course this will depend on the level of their previous exposure to English grammar.
The concepts taught here are more likely to become entrenched if the ideas are incorporated into the students’ other writing assignments


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781475837179
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 10/04/2017
Series: Simply English
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 92
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Dr. Kristine Setting Clark is a University of San Francisco graduate and author. She has previously written her three-part Simply English series entitled Skill Building for ESL and Special Education. This is her fourth book in the series.

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
1 Nouns
2 Pronouns
3 Verbs
4 Adjectives
5 Adverbs
6 Some Words Have More Than One Job
7 Conjunctions
8 Prepositions
9 Interjections
10 Making Sentences Make Sense
11 Run-On Sentences: Knowing When To Stop
12 Fragments: Incomplete Thoughts
13 The Most Important Part of the Sentence Is Last
14 Capitalization: When and When Not To Use It
15 A Sentence Can’t Make Sense Without Punctuation Marks
16 Putting It All Together: The Paragraph
17 Express Yourself! Building Your Vocabulary
The Eight Parts of Speech – Quick Reference Guide

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