WRITING / sentence structure

Sentence Structure

This page includes a range of lesson / worksheets on sentence structure.

Sentence Structure 1

Aim: To support students in their understanding and practice of the four types of sentence structures: simple, compound, complex and complex-compound.

Time: 60 minutes & homework task

Sentence Structure 1 by AEUK

 Sentence Structure 1: Simple, compound, complex & complex compound [new 2020]

This lesson is to support students in their understanding and practice of the four types of sentence structures: simple, compound, complex and complex-compound. It includes noticing, guided and freer practice. (see worksheet exampleTime: 60mins.  Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]. / TEACHER MEMBERSHIP

X

Institutional Membership Download: here

Sentence Structure 2

Aim: To support students in their understanding and practice of fragment, run-on and coma splice sentence structure

Time: 60 minutes & homework task

sentence structure 2 Aeuk

 Sentence Structure 2: Fragment, run-on & comma splice sentences  [new 2020]

This lesson helps improve students’ sentence structure through identifying & rewriting fragment, run-on & comma splice sentences. It includes noticing, guided & freer practice. (see worksheet exampleTime: 60mins.  Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]./ TEACHER MEMBERSHIP

x

Institutional Membership Download: here

Relative clauses 

Aim: To support students in their understanding and use of defining & non-defining relative clauses.

Time: 60 minutes plus homework task.

defining relative clauses AEUK
non-defining relative clauses

 Relative clauses: Defining & non-defining clauses [new 2020]

This lesson supports students in their understanding & use of defining & non-defining relative clauses.The lesson includes four tasks of guided practice & two tasks of freer practice (see worksheet exampleTime: 60mins.  Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]. / TEACHER MEMBERSHIP

Institutional Membership Download: here

Cause & effect language

Aim: To support students in their understanding and use of cause & effect language.

Time: 60 minutes plus homework task.

cause and effect language

  Cause & effect  [new 2020]

This lesson helps improve students’ awareness of cause & effect language. It includes a language review section, lots of guided practice & a paragraph writing exercise. (see worksheet exampleTime: 60mins.  Level ***** [B1/B2/C1] / TEACHER MEMBERSHIP

X

Institutional Membership Download: here

Compare & contrast

Aim: To support students in their understanding and use of compare & contrast language.

Time: 60 minutes plus homework task.

compare and contrast Aeuk
compare and contrast adverbs AEUK
compare and contrast language AEUK

 Compare & contrast [new 2020]

This lesson helps improve students’ awareness of compare & contrast language. It includes a language review section, lots of guided practice & a paragraph writing exercise. (see worksheet exampleTime: 60mins.  Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]. / TEACHER MEMBERSHIP

X 

Institutional Membership Download: here

Academic Hedging Lesson 

Aim: To support students in their understanding and use of hedging (cautious/tentative) language.

Time: 60 minutes plus homework task.

hedging language verbs & adverbs
hedging language probability

 

 Hedging: Cautious / tentative language [new 2020]

This lesson supports students in their understanding & use of cautious / tentative language.The lesson includes six tasks of guided practice & two tasks of freer practice (see worksheet exampleTime: 60mins & homework.  Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]. / TEACHER MEMBERSHIP

 

Institutional Membership Download: here

Cohesion

Aim: To support students in their understanding and use of cohesive devices in a text

Time: 60 minutes 

cohesive devices

 

Cohesion & Coherence Worksheet – AEUK

This worksheet helps to consolidate what ‘cohesion’  is with a focus on pronouns, word forms and summary nouns. It also includes a coherence sheet on key connections and two practice activities. Example  Level: ***** [B2/C1] /  TEACHER MEMBERSHIP

 

Institutional Membership Download: here

Parallelism 

Aim: To support students in their understanding and use of parallelism in writing.

Time: 30 minutes 

parallel structures

Parallelism Worksheet: Free Download

This worksheet provides an explanation of the key concepts of ‘parallelism’ & provides an error correction exercise to practise the key concepts. An awareness of this writing element really helps establish unity & readability in sentence structure. Level: ***** [B1/B2/C1] / Webpage link.  TEACHER MEMBERSHIP

Free Download

Institutional Membership Download: here

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This