It's vs Its - English Grammar - Teaching Tips

 

People often confuse "its" and "it's". "Its" can be a possessive pronoun or possessive adjective indicating ownership. "It's" is the contraction of "it is". In the example "It's great to see the dog play with its toys", "it's" at the beginning is a contraction while "its" at the end is a possessive adjective used to express ownership of the toys.


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This unit covered different activities to utilize in order to teach vocabulary, grammar, and functual structures. This unit also made me realize that it's not necessarily about what to teach but also what not to teach. The students will need a select vocabulary at first in order to accomplish a goal, and deviation from that may result in confusion or overloading their brains.A teacher has many roles. Those roles include acting as a prompter, facilitator, manager, model, and assessor, just to list a few. A teacher should have a good personality, showing kindness, patience, a love for teaching, and a lively, entertaining teaching style. A good student of English will have a desire to learn, a willingness to listen, and acceptance of error correction.

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