The video isn’t great quality and the background music is a little annoying… but the content is really good! Enjoy 🙂
I know that a number of my students find placing apostrophes tricky. So I thought I’d search the internet for some resources to make learning apostrophes a little easier. The song in the video above is clever.
Here are some more useful resources…
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Taking notes is really difficult sometimes. The trouble is, there is no right or wrong way to do it. What suits one person, might not suit another.
Following my proofreading tips in this earlier post, I thought it would be a good idea to share some resources that help improve proofreading skills. The BBC Skillswise website is an excellent resource for adult literacy students. It also includes an excellent section for adult numeracy too. Here some links:
For proofreading and writing skills specifically, I recommend this section. Enjoy!
Take a look at this paragraph. Can you read what it says? All the letters have been jumbled (mixed). Only the first and last letter of ecah word is in the right place: