"I don’t want neither chocolate nor crisps." Today's lesson is by Caroline . Lesson Planet . For example: Explain that you want to get five high fives (note: you can actually increase this number because finding five isn’t hard). Either refers to any one of the two things or people. We could go to either restaurant. We often use neither with 'nor', although this is quite formal. Both = this AND that Either = this OR that Neither = NOT this and NOT that. You’ll have to teach this grammar first. E.g. That’s next. These phrases include “Me too / Neither do I / I can’t either.” etc. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. If they find something that is the same, they should give the other person a high-five. Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. E.g. Have them complete the next four columns. Overview: Students find five things they have in common with their classmates.. They enjoyed it. Quickly find that inspire student learning. WRONG. Lesson 2: The Difference between Either and Neither. Looks like you’ve clipped this slide to already. ; We use either/or for connecting things which are the same types, phrases, clauses or words. See our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. ESL Level:Lower-Intermediate to Upper-Intermediate. Correlative Conjunctions For Students 3rd - 5th. "Do you want either chocolate or crisps?". So what’s the difference between either and neither? Both have the same meaning! "Both of us don't swim regularly." Review the top two columns of the table at the top of the worksheet. "Neither Caroline nor Marguerite worked for EC during the world cup." "I don’t want neither chocolate nor crisps." Materials needed: one copy of the worksheet for each student. Good luck! We cannot have a double negative! Good luck! If you wish to opt out, please close your SlideShare account. These sentences have different modals/auxiliaries, so it’s better practice than just having the students say “I like pizza / So do I!” “I like dogs. We use Both/Neither/Either + OF + the/our/these etc. / So do I!”. Activity for Practicing So/Too/Neither/Either (ESL) Skill focus: Speaking. Speaking Activity: Five High Fives (So, Too, Neither, Not Either), The Difference between 'a few/few/a little/little', The Difference between "Other" & "Another", Game for Practicing So/Too/Neither/Either, The Social Dilemma: A Lesson on Social Media (Upper-Intermediate), The Social Dilemma: A Lesson on Social Media (Advanced), Bad Habits to Break to Improve Your Life (Upper-Intermediate Lesson Plan), Political Correctness (PC) Gone Mad (Upper-Intermediate Lesson Plan), Grammar: The Definite Article (‘The’) with Names of Places, Passive Voice: Intermediate & Advanced Exercises (and Explanation), English Grammar: Adjective Clauses – Subject & Object Relative Pronouns. Be careful not to use neither with another negative e.g.