Lessons for Simple Nouns

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  • I Spy - … minutes Concepts Taught: teaching simple nouns and adjectives I Spy, a simple easy warm-up.I have posted this simple idea and old game … especially good for beginner language students who have only mastered simple adjectives and classroom objects. If you do not know the …
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  • Exploring Zoo Animals - … describe its participants and their actions. They learn to expand simple noun-verb phrases by adding adjectives, adverbs, and phrases. They use …
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  • The Cuneiform Writing System in Ancient Mesopotamia: Emergence and Evolution - … pictures, this system was inconvenient for conveying anything other than simple nouns, and it became increasingly abstract as it evolved to encompass …
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  • Conventions of Language (Interpreting Literature) - … . 2. If this is a new strategy, model with a simple noun: a. Tree b. Category: science c. Properties: live, plant, has …
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  • What's In a Noun: Grammar and Usage - … the simple predicate of a sentence. 8. Students will write complete predicates and identify their simple predicates. 9. Students will identify nouns in sentences. 10. Students will identify common and proper nouns. 11. Students will capitalize proper nouns … out that simple subjects are nouns or pronouns. Also explain that the other words in the complete subject describe the simple subject. 11 …
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  • Grammar-Relative for Life, Part 1 - … modifies b) Noun: tell its use in the sentence Skill Objectives ("L" indicates Lesson) Students will identify simple subjects and simple verbs. (L … . Simple subject the noun or pronoun stripped of modifiers 2. Simple verb the stripped verb or verbs that link up with the noun 3. Simple … it modifies Noun: tell its use in the sentence ii. 3. Skill Objectives a. Students will identify simple subjects and simple verbs. b …
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  • Grammar Puzzles - … and predicate in simple sentences. b. Identify parts of speech: i. Noun (for concrete nouns) ii. Verb (for active verbs) iii. Simple adjectives c. Recognize singular and plural nouns RESOURCES None needed … ? Dogs bark. (dogs = noun) They scream. (they = pronoun) 7. Tell students that the simple subject is most often a noun or a pronoun …
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  • Grammar-Relative for Life, Part 2 - … definition of a simple sentence. Put a few examples on the board: One noun, one verb (Your name) teaches. Compound noun, one Lions … simple sentences thus: Seventh Grade, Grammar-Relative for Life, Part 2 2004 Colorado Summer Writing Institute 4 One noun, one verb noun verb noun Compound noun, one verb verb noun verb One noun, compound verb noun verb Compound noun, compound verb noun verb noun verb Simple sentence with adjectives noun
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  • You Are Hereby Sentenced ...: Constructing and Using Different Types of Sentences with Support from The Shurley Grammar Method - … deals all cards. Give each group three containers labeled "Common Noun," "Proper Noun," and "Pronoun." At the teacher's signal, players put … .) b. Students will use a variety of sentences in writing (simple, compound and complex) and identify independent and dependent clauses. (CMCS … different sentence types, and write for variety by using i. simple sentences ii. compound sentences iii. complex sentences iv. compound-complex …
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  • Subject and Predicates, Oh My! - … subject or 5. complete predicate. 6. Simple Subject (key word in the subject) is a noun or pronoun that tells who or what a clause or sentence is about. Simple Predicate (key word … complete subject is called the simple subject. The simple subject (key word in the subject) is a noun or pronoun that tells who … phrases and are not the simple predicate. Infinitives are a verb form that functions as a noun and is introduced by the …
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