I just saw a clip of Victor Borge’s apparently famous “Phonetic Punctuation” performance, and it’s prompting me to pull together a short list of resources I’ve posted about punctuation in the past (along with Borge clip) Feel free to contribute additional suggestions:
I’ll start off with Borge’s performance:
Here are accompanying ESL teaching resources.
Here’s another version:
And then there’s this short “Punctuation Is Important” video:
I’ve posted The Best Sites For ELL’s To Learn About Punctuation.
And I’ve also posted This Is The Best Lesson Plan On Punctuation I’ve Ever Read.
My Students Show How Punctuation Can Save Lives
Students: What’s your favorite punctuation mark? Are there any punctuation marks that confuse you? Why? What is your least favorite mark? The one you are most likely to avoid? Explain why.https://t.co/o0VMDXcErM
— NYT Learning Network (@NYTimesLearning) October 2, 2019
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Larry: Just cleared the dust from my Borge VHS tapes. Will use in my SAT Prep. (What’s a VHS?)