This is a great chart for different grammar students may come upon when writing or editing/revising. (Makes a great anchor chart as well). I picked this chart because it is clear cut, easy to read, and would catch students' eyes if I were to color it up.
In English, there are some nouns and verbs which have the same form. However, their pronunciation is different. Usually, the stress falls on the first syllable, when one of these words is used as a noun, whereas when it is used as a verb, it has the stress on the second syllable. Have a look at the list below to become familiar these verbs and nouns so that you can avoid pronunciation mistakes.