I published two posts related to punctuation yesterday — This Is The Best Lesson Plan On Punctuation I’ve Ever Read and The Best Resources On Punctuation.
They inspired me to make some changes in my lesson plans for this week with my Beginner ELL students, and I wanted to find some sites they could use for reinforcement when we go to the computer lab.
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Here are my picks for The Best Sites For ELL’s To Learn About Punctuation (it’s divided into a Beginner and Intermediate sections):
Interactive Sites For Education Punctuation Games
Brainpop Jr. Commas (paid subscription needed)
Brainpop Jr. Contractions (paid subscription needed)
Punctuation and Basic Mechanics
BBC Skillwise Punctuation Activities
Brainpop Punctuation (paid subscription needed)
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Some really useful resources have been shared by you. Thanks a lot Larry, I will definitely make use of these.
The National Punctuation Day website (www.NationalPunctuationDay.com) is also a good resource, particularly for teachers.