All for one, and one for all!
In this grammar-focused lesson, the student will learn and practice using determiners correctly.
Warm-up video: Spongebob Squarepants
The lesson starts with a warm-up video, a scene from Spongebob Squarepants. The student analyzes the meaning of Mr. Krabs’s motto, “all for one, and one for all!”
The use of all
The video practice is followed by an activity in which the student matches grammar rules with the sentences they apply. The student learns when to use all, all of, and all of the.
The student learns about types of determiners and sorts them out based on examples given in the table – articles, demonstratives, quantifiers, numbers, and possessives.
Either, neither, and both
The student learns the difference between either, neither, and both and how to use them correctly in a sentence.
Then, they talk about their personal preferences using both, either, or neither.
No and none
The student learns how to use the determiners no and none. They practice using them in sentences and revise the grammar rules by completing a mind map.
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