Passive Voice

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Passive Voice by Mind Map: Passive Voice

1. Further study on line

1.1. From BBC LEarning English

1.1.1. Plus

1.2. Videos

1.2.1. Teacher Bryan Rhodes

1.2.2. Teacher from learnamericanenglish

1.2.3. Teacher Jennifer

1.2.4. From Northern Virginia Community College

1.3. From Longman

1.3.1. Passive with modals

1.3.2. Passive in unreal conditional sentences

2. Lesson plans

2.1. "Movie Segments to assess grammar goals" blog by teacher Claudio Azevedo

2.2. Resource Material: Flashcards

2.2.1. PLUS 1

2.2.2. PLUS 2

2.2.3. PLUS 3

2.2.4. PLUS 4

2.2.5. PLUS 5

2.2.6. PLUS 6

2.2.7. PLUS 7

2.3. LISTENING EXERCISES

2.4. From Phatenglish

2.5. Vignette

2.6. Tp English teaching (tips)

2.7. From About.com

2.8. Conversation classes (tips)

2.9. Lesson Plan from OneStopEnglish

3. Passive voice main structure

3.1. Subject + Verb to be + Past Particple of the main verb + by + passive object

3.1.1. Simple Present

3.1.1.1. Exercises

3.1.2. Simple Past

3.1.2.1. Exercises

3.1.3. Future

3.1.3.1. Exercises

3.1.4. Continuous tenses

3.1.4.1. Exercises

3.1.4.1.1. Plus

3.1.5. Perfect Tenses

3.1.5.1. Exrecises

3.1.5.1.1. Plus

3.1.6. Active x Passive voice

3.1.6.1. Plus

4. Grammar Books

4.1. "Advanced Grammar in use" by Martin Hewings

4.2. "English Grammar in Use" by Raymond Murphy

5. Examples

5.1. Passive Voice in film reviews

5.1.1. ROBIN HOOD REVIEW

5.1.2. UNFORGIVEN REVIEW

5.1.3. Steven Spielberg

5.2. Songs

5.2.1. Maroon5- "She will be loved"

5.2.2. K.C. & The Sunshine Band - "Please Don't Go"

5.2.3. "Feel" - Robbie Williams

5.2.4. "All You Need Is Love" - The Beatles

5.3. Passive Voice in texts

5.3.1. "The Canterville Ghost"

5.3.2. "History of snowboarding"

6. GAMES

6.1. Idea 1

6.2. Idea 2

6.3. Idea 3

7. Authors

7.1. Stella

7.2. Tatiane

7.3. Rafael

7.4. Maria Joana

7.5. Sabryna

7.6. Larissa

7.7. Vinicius