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ESL exercises that are writing Activities, Worksheets, and Ideas!

ESL exercises that are writing Activities, Worksheets, and Ideas!

ESL exercises that are writing Activities, Worksheets, and Ideas!

We now have several free ESL writing lessons with this page, including sample essays, sentence patterns, writing assignments, and more! If you prefer these lessons, consider buying our ESL writing textbooks to have a lot more content exactly like this!

Beginner lessons that are writing

Sample Essay: “My Hobby” – Introductory sample essay that students can reference later when writing their own essays

Sentence Pattern: start/stop– that is verb+ing adding “ing” to verbs after “start/stop/quit/begin”

Grammar: Past Tense – Simple introduction to past verbs that are tense

Error Correction Worksheet – Correct the errors in this sample “My Hobby” essay

Assignment: “My Hobby” – Use the grammar and sentence patterns from Unit 1 to write an essay titled “My Hobby”

Sample Essay: “A Funny Story” – Introductory sample essay that students can reference later when writing their own essays

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Past Tense Error Correction Worksheet – report about past tense; rewrite the paragraph and correct the last errors that are tense

Indention and Quotations – Teaches students to indent new paragraphs and use quotation marks correctly

Indentions and Quotations: Error Correction Worksheet – Identify and correct the mistakes into the paragraph

Writing Assignment: “A Funny Story” – Students utilize the grammar and sentence patterns from Unit 2 to publish an essay titled “A Funny Story”

Sample Essay: “My Favorite Place” – Introductory sample essay that students can reference later when writing their own essays

Sentence Pattern: Although / Even though – Introduction to “although” and “even though”, with sample sentences and practice exercises

Sentence Pattern: not…at all introduction that is the sentence pattern “(not)…at all”, with sample sentences and practice exercises

Error Correction Worksheet – Identify and correct the mistakes into the paragraph

Writing Assignment: “My Favorite Place” – Students utilize the sentence and grammar patterns from Unit 3 to write an essay titled “My Favorite Place”

Intermediate/Advanced Writing Lessons

Writing a Formal Paragraph

Topic Sentences (Introduction) – Introduction to topic sentences and their function in a formal paragraph

Introduction to Similes and Metaphors – Using similes and metaphors to write topic that is interesting

Similes and Metaphors Review – Practice describing people and things using similes and metaphors

Topic Sentences (Review) – Practice writing topic sentences

Your body of a Paragraph (Introduction) – Introduction to the body of a paragraph and also the information that will be contained therein

The Body of a Paragraph (Review) – Practice thinking of information to utilize in the physical body of a paragraph

Concluding Sentences (Introduction) – Introduction to sentences that are concluding their function in a paragraph

Concluding Sentences (Review) – Practice writing sentences that are concluding

Punctuation and Conjunctions

Sentence Fragments and sentences that are complete Introduction to sentence fragments and an assessment exercise to rehearse identifying them

Run-on Sentences – Worksheet to train correcting sentences that are run-on

Comma Splices and Conjunctions – Worksheet to practice using conjunctions correctly to repair comma splices

Commas and Conjunctions (“and”) – Explanation of just how to correctly use commas using the conjunction “and”

Semi-colons – Introduction to the piece that is often baffling of, with an assessment exercise

Transitions and Connectors

Listing Things in Order – practice items that are listing events in order using words like “First”, “Next”, “After that”, “Finally”, etc.

In addition / Additionally / Moreover / Furthermore / Plus / …as well introduction that is these commonly used transitions, with several sample sentences

In addition / Additionally / Moreover / Furthermore / Plus / …as well Review that is– worksheet practice writing sentences with these transitions

However / Nevertheless / Still / Despite that / Nonetheless / Even so – Introduction to these widely used transitions, with several sample sentences

However / Nevertheless / Still / Despite that / Nonetheless / Even so– Review worksheet to rehearse writing sentences with your transitions

Therefore / Consequently / As a tota result / Thus / For this Reason – Introduction to those commonly used transitions, with several sample sentences

Therefore / Consequently / As a result / Thus / For this Reason – Review worksheet to practice sentences that are writing these transitions

Report on these Transitions and Connectors – Review worksheet to practice using all the transition words above

More Transitions and Connectors

Although / Even though – Introduction to these widely used transitions, with several sample sentences and review exercises

Though – Introduction to” that is“though it is various uses in a sentence

Despite / In spite of – Introduction to these widely used transitions, with sample sentences

Despite / In spite of – Review worksheet to practice writing sentences with these words

Despite vs. Although – Explanation of how to make use of these similar transition words, with several sample sentences

Despite vs. Although – Review worksheet to train using “despite” and “although” correctly

Because vs. As a result of – Explanation of simple tips to make use of these similar transition words correctly, with several sample sentences

Because vs. Although – Explanation of the distinction between those two words, with several examples and a review exercise

As a result of vs. Despite – Worksheet to practice using these transitions, which have nearly opposite meanings

Regardless of – Introduction for this commonly used transition, with several sample sentences

Regardless of / No matter – Review worksheet to practice using these transitions correctly, including an explanation of “embedded questions”.

Review of Above Transitions and Connectors – Fill in the blanks with an appropriate transition word to complete the essay

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