Logical Reasoning in Speeches
By Dr. Cynthia Ellenbecker
In this learning activity you'll explore the differences between primary and secondary research.
The Writing Process
By Terri Langan
By the end of this activity you'll be able to explain the different parts of the basic writing process.
Matching In-Text Documentation to a Works Cited Page
By Bev Paulick
In this learning activity you'll identify correctly formatted MLA citations.
Indefinite Pronouns / Possessive Case - Exercise 1
By Rosie Bunnow
In this learning activity you'll complete exercises using indefinite pronouns in the possessive case.
Plural Nouns - Ordinary Spellings
By SWTC Communication Department
Students review the rule for pluralizing most nouns. They then complete an exercise.
Plural Nouns - Words Ending in "y"
Students read about how to make the plural form of nouns that end in "y." They then complete an exercise.
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.
Can You Speak Hmong?
By Virginia Kirsch
In this learning activity you'll see and hear basic Hmong phrases.
Nouns: Count and Noncount
By Joan Hoffmann
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.
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.
Concluding Your Speech
By Dr. Rose Marie Mastricola
In this learning activity you'll review a conclusion and decide how effectively it summarized a speech. You'll also gain some tips for writing your own speech conclusion.
Evaluating Sources for the Technical Research Report
By David Wehmeyer
Students view information taken from various sources and decide if the material is acceptable for a technical research report. After choosing whether or not the source material is acceptable, the students read an explanation from the instructor.
Students read an explanation of plagiarism. They then read examples of student papers and decide if an original work was plagiarized.
Feasibility Topic Determination
In this learning activity you'll determine appropriate feasibility studies from a list of selected topics.
Communicating in the Workplace
By Jennifer Heinritz
Compare the behaviors and situations that interfere with effective communication in the workplace with those that enhance listening skills and career performance.
Double Trouble With Listening
By Therese Nemec
Learn about the seven common barriers of listening and evaluate a conversation using the barriers.
Overcoming Barriers to Critical Thinking: Being Human
The learner will identify ways to overcome barriers to critical thinking and problem-solving including false memories, personal biases and prejudices, and physical and emotional hindrances.
By Mitch Vesaas
The learner will identify the steps for preparing and facilitating a team meeting.
Integrity in Work Teams
By Andrea Krabbe
The learner will...identify the qualities of a person with integrity and the importance of integrity within a work team.
Four Types of Communication in Conflict
In this activity, you will practice choosing assertive responses to conflict.
Communication: Identifying Active and Passive Voice
By Elizabeth Jones
The learner will identify active and passive voice and distinguish between the two.
Leaving a Telephone Message
By Susan Maloney
Students listen to three telephone messages and enter their evaluation of each one. They then read a list of guidelines for leaving effective messages.
Practice with Prefixes #1
By Susan Herscher
Students practice adding some of the basic prefixes to words in the English language.
Using "Lie" and "Lay" Correctly
Students view examples of the correct usage of the verbs "lie" and "lay." They then practice using the verbs in a drag-and-drop exercise.
Ever and Never
By Fran McCarthy
Students read the definitions of these two adverbs of frequency which are often confused. They then complete sentences using "ever" or "never."