Inspire and Educate! By Krazikas
Inspire and Educate! By Krazikas
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This resource contains a PowerPoint lesson and a set of 12 accompanying worksheets on the articles 'a' and 'an'.

PowerPoint Lesson

This is a fully editable, 100 slide PowerPoint lesson on how and when to use the articles/determiners 'a' and 'an'. It includes the basic rules and also addresses the exceptions - heir, honour, hour, unicorn, one etc. The PowerPoint includes an explanation of and rules for the use of 'a' or 'an', examples and opportunities for pupils to decide which article is needed.

Set of 12 Worksheets

Tasks include:

Choosing 'a' or 'an' at word level.
Choosing 'a' or 'an' at sentence level.
Composing sentences containing 'a' or 'an'.

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