Did you know that the Norwegian language is a cousin of the English language? Language arts teachers can use the following Norwegian word list and activity to teach students about the similarities in vocabularies that English and Norwegian share.
Possessive proper nouns are proper nouns that indicate possession of or some other relationship to another noun. This article takes you through the grammar rule for a possessive proper noun including spelling and pronunciation rules, use, and teaching examples.
The -ed suffix forms the simple past tense and past participle forms of regular English verbs. The following article outlines the rules for how to write and pronounce -ed words in English and provides examples for clarification.
English contains five grammatical modifiers performed by seven grammatical forms. The following article makes learning about modifiers in the English language easy by listing and exemplifying the grammatical modifier in English.
Are you a teacher of English as a second language looking for a lesson plan to teach your students about travel on the road, in the air, on the rails, and on the water in an English-speaking country? Look no further than the following vocabulary and activities focused on travel and transportation.
Making a preschool library art craft is an educational but fun way to bring the excitement and learning of the library into the preschool classroom. Learn how to make some simple book themed bookmarks or a library picture book that your preschool students will love.
The following body parts in Spanish listening practice lesson plan is recommended for Spanish teachers to teach first- and second-year Spanish language learners to talk about the parts of the body in Spanish.
Learn how to teach alphabet letters sounds to ESL students with the following English language lesson plan. Teaching students about the letter-sound correspondence will help them master the English orthographic more quickly and more fully.
Punctuation is a convention that helps clarify writing for readers and writers. Learning to understand English punctuation is essential for competent writers to become great writers. Students can use this self study guide for English punctuation to master the punctuation marks of written English.
Suffixes are word endings that attach to the end of a word to form either a new word or a new form of the same word. Young children will learn about the -s, -ing, and -ed suffixes through the following activities.
What is a positional word? This fun but educational lesson plan suggests books, discussion questions, and activities for teaching young children about the most common positional words in the English language.
Honor the American service men and women who have lost their lives while serving in the armed forces. This preschool Memorial Day theme offers ideas for teaching about this holiday across the curriculum, including social studies, reading, art and more… even snack time!
Semantics is a subfield of linguistics that refers to the study of meaning in a language. This English lesson plan outlines how and what to teach English students about semantic meaning and includes a sample practice exercise for increasing understanding of this new concept.