Noun/Pronoun Agreement: Exercise 1
By Rosie Bunnow
In this learning activity you'll select the correct pronoun to match the given noun.
Identifying the Main Idea
By Mary Frings
In this interactive object, learners read short paragraphs and then select the main idea of each selection.
By Deborah Kunkle
Learners study the process used to diagram sentences, and then work through numerous exercises to test their knowledge.
By Andrea Krabbe
The learner will understand the importance of following instructions.
Identifying Incorrect Sentences
By Dan Rooney, Tracy Helixon
In this interactive object, learners identify run-on sentences, comma splices, and sentence fragments.
Parts of Speech in Sentences: The Order of Operations
By David Hardgrove
Learners identify the parts of speech by following a certain order until each word in a sentence is labeled. In a variety of exercises, learners practice finding verbs, prepositional phrases, subjects, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, and conjunctions.
Nouns: Count and Noncount -- With the Articles "a" and "an"
By Joan Hoffmann
In this interactive object, learners read how to use the indefinite articles "a" and "an" with singular count nouns. They omit these articles with noncount and plural nouns. The students then practice using "a" and "an" correctly.
Nouns: Count and Noncount
In this interactive lesson, learners study examples of nouns that can be counted and nouns that cannot. They then identify whether a word is a "count" or a "noncount" noun in a practice exercise.
Phrasal Verbs With "Get" #1
By Debra Shover
In this interactive object, learners practice using the phrasal verbs "get on," "get over," "get away," "get down to," and "get away with."
The PDF File Format
By Dan Seanor
In this animated object, learners examine the PDF (portable document format), which has become the standard file format in the printing industry for the distribution of printable documents.
In this animated object, learners examine ink trapping, a key technique used by printers to improve the quality of products and to increase efficiency.
BLEED: How to Extend an Image Past the Edges of a Printing Project
Learners follow design steps incorporating a bleed, a technique used to allow for inaccuracies in the printing and trimming processes.