Adjective Order for Describing Places with Audio and Photos

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by English with Imagination

Price: 375 points or $3.75 USD

Subjects: ela,englishSecondLanguage,eslGrammar,conventionsOfStandardEnglish,elaLanguage,elaLanguageGrammar

Grades: 4,5,6,7,8

Description: Meets the following Common Core Standard: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.4.1d Order adjectives within sentences according to conventional patterns. Review adjective order and place vocabulary with this set of 34 task cards especially designed for intermediate English learners. Your students will describe the places in the photographs by ordering adjectives according to size, shape, condition, color, origin, material and purpose. Twenty cards will be shown in random order each time a student plays. Audio is included to support struggling and emergent readers. The cards also feature controlled vocabulary, predictable grammar, and professional photography. Includes these adjectives: African, American, art, big, black, blue, brown, busy, calm, cold, colorful, cool, crowded, dirty, dry, Egyptian, empty, English, enormous, famous, flat, French, glass, gold, gray, Greek, green, hot, huge, Italian, Japanese, large, leather, long, messy, museum, noisy, quiet, rock, round, school, shiny, small, snowy, soft, steep, stone, tall, wet, white, wide, wooden, yellow. Includes these nouns: bear, bedroom, bird, boy, bridge, camel, car, cat, cathedral, child, children, city, desert, dog, elephant, family, fish, flag, floor, girl, goat, grass, horse, house, leaves, library, mosque, mouse, museum, people, plant, polar bear, pond, rain, river, rock, sand, sea, snow, sofa, statue, street, sun, table, tourist, tower, town, tree, village, wall, waterfall, wind, window.