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30

Nov'18

Error Correction Telephone

Here’s another way you can structure error correction to liven up your class and put the fun in grammar.

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01

Nov'18

Grammar Baseball

Error correction activities are a useful way to help students learn to analyze language and fix common errors. Try grammar baseball to engage your class with this fun game format.

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24

Oct'18

Comma Splices and Run-On Sentences

Use this handout as a reference sheet for students as well as homework. Page one explains these mistakes for students; page two contains a list of sentences with mistakes for students to work on correcting as homework.

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26

Sep'18

Error Pattern Log

I use this error log with my students to help them track the types of mistakes they’re making most. I …

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06

Sep'18

Common Errors: Examples and Handout

Learning to self-correct is an important skill language learners must develop. Check out this list of common errors I’ve been collecting. Share it with your students to help them review the mistakes they make the most.

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21

Mar'18

Oral Fluency Assignment

Helping students recognize and correct error patterns in their own speech can be a challenge. This assignment helps students gain an awareness of their own speech patterns by transcribing their own speech and then analyzing it.

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24

Sep'17

The Sunday Review is Back

If you are learning English, the Sunday Review is a resource that can help you with this process. After a summer break, the Sunday Review is back for the fall semester with a weekly list of sentences with common mistakes for you to analyze and correct. Plan to take 20 minutes each week to sit down with a cup of coffee and teach your brain to recognize common mistakes in English.

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19

Mar'17

The Sunday Review: #3

As self-study or as a whole class review, these slides can help your students learn to recognize errors in their sentences. …

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04

Mar'17

Error Correction

Correction Symbols are useful because they help the students see the types of mistakes that they are making, so they can work to eliminate them. After grading something, I'll often write a note to the student saying something like "review SVA" when I see that the student is making a lot of one particular type of error.

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