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Certainly! Here are detailed activities for each module:

Module 1: Passive Voice Unveiled

Activity – “News Reporting”:

  • Provide students with a news article reporting an event in the active voice.
  • In pairs or individually, ask them to rewrite the article in the passive voice.
  • Emphasize the changes in sentence structure, focus, and tone.
  • Discuss as a class how the passive voice can be effective in certain contexts, such as news reporting.

Module 2: Mastering Relative Pronouns

Activity – “Who, Whom, Whose Relay”:

  • Create sentences with missing relative pronouns (e.g., The person ___ helped me was very kind).
  • Students fill in the blanks with “who,” “whom,” or “whose” based on context.
  • Discuss the correct usage and the impact on the clarity and flow of the sentence.
  • Engage in a relay game where each student contributes a sentence, building a coherent paragraph.

Module 3: Conditional Sentences Decoded

Activity – “Real-life Scenarios”:

  • Provide students with everyday scenarios (e.g., If you win the lottery, what will you do?).
  • In small groups, students construct conditional sentences expressing various possible outcomes.
  • Discuss the varying degrees of probability and consequence, exploring first, second, and third conditional forms.
  • Have groups present their scenarios to the class.

Module 4: Applying Passive Voice and Relative Pronouns

Activity – “Descriptive Storytelling”:

  • Provide a creative writing prompt that requires detailed description.
  • Instruct students to craft a short story using passive voice and incorporating relative pronouns for vivid descriptions.
  • Encourage peer review and discussion of how the use of these elements enhances the narrative.
  • Share selected stories with the class.

Module 5: Creative Conditional Sentence Construction

Activity – “Interactive Dialogue”:

  • Pair students and assign a situation (e.g., planning a surprise party).
  • Each pair creates a dialogue using different types of conditional sentences.
  • Emphasize the use of mixed conditionals for added complexity.
  • Students present their dialogues to the class, and the class discusses the nuances of each conversation.

Module 6: Practical Application Challenge

Activity – “Language Challenge”:

  • Present a complex scenario (e.g., planning a community event) requiring the use of passive voice, relative pronouns, and various conditional sentences.
  • Students work individually or in groups to develop a response that incorporates all three language elements.
  • Encourage creativity and attention to detail.
  • Conduct a class discussion on the diversity of approaches, emphasizing effective language use in practical scenarios.