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  1.   Simple Capitalization and Punctuation
...arch Club Ordering Online Scholastic At Home Scholastic Store Teacher Store TeachLearnReadConnect Lesson PlansStrategiesToolsPrintablesNew TeacherFree Programs & Giveaways Welcome _ Teacher Name: Teri Vestal, Greenwood I.S.D. Grade Level: Elementary/Intermediate My Unit Plan:  Language Arts Title:  Simple Capitalization and Punctuation Grade Level: 4th-5th Overview:  By 4th/5th grade, students have been exposed to basic language rules of capitalization and punctuation.  The ultimate goal is to guide students to become proficient writers.  The task at hand is to empower students to successfully communicate using their...
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    Grade Level: K-8

  2.   Making Nouns Plural
Lesson Plans Making Nouns Plural for the Literacy Lab by Diane McCargar OBJECTIVE: Computer component: The student will be able to use the mouse to drag selected items on the screen. Literacy component: The student will be able to use simple rules to make nouns LEVELS: This lesson plan was used with beginner level literacy students with ver...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  3.   Understanding Simple and Compound Subjects
Understanding Simple and Compound Subjects Understanding Simple and Compound Subjects Grade Level Elementary School Subject Language Length of Time 45 minutes Description This lesson is on simple and compound subjects. Students will learn to identify a simple subject and a compound subject. I have explain simple and compound subjects, a...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   To be or Not to be a Noun
To be or not to be a noun This lesson teaches students to categorize nouns as persons, places, or things. This lesson also teaches children to distinguish nouns from other words in phrases and sentences. A lesson plan for grade 1 English Language Arts By Tasha Christian Learn more Related pages Be the sentence: An interactive language arts act...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  5.   I Spy Nouns
I spy nouns This lesson will introduce students to nouns. The lesson will begin with a game of "I Spy." This game will help students to understand that nouns are things that can be seen and touched. Then the students will make lists of people, places, and things. A lesson plan for grade 1 English Language Arts By Beth Edmonds Le...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  6.   Simple Original Poem
A SIMPLE ORIGINAL POEM Performance Standard 28D.F Write a five-line "diamond poem" in the target language accordingly: Knowledge: Know the vocabulary and language structures for writing a five-line diamond poem. Comprehension: Respond with understanding and facility. Communication: Use the appropriate strategies to create an...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  7.   What's In a Noun: Grammar and Usage
What's In a Noun: Grammar and Usage Grade Level or Special Area: Fifth Grade Written by: Cyndie Stanley, Jefferson Academy, Broomfield, Colorado Length of Unit: Nine Lessons (two weeks, at five days a week, a day being 45 minutes) I. ABSTRACT The focus of this unit is to introduce an understanding of grammar and usage. It will also fo...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  8.   Simple Seasonal Sentences
Simple Seasonal Sentences Description Seasonal pictures stimulate students to think of sentences using proper nouns including months of the year and the days of the week. Students practice writing simple sentences with capitalization and punctuation. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.B.1.1.3.1.3 The student use...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  9.   Exploring Zoo Animals
...r" at http://www.5tigers.org/problems.htm and discuss who or what caused these problems. Think of ways to help the tigers. * Software connection: Writing and More for Grades 2/3: Describing an Event Students watch a circus parade and describe its participants and their actions. They learn to expand simple noun-verb phrases by adding adjectives, adverbs, and phrases. They use their expanded sentences to write papers describing the parade. Activity 6: * Write a cinquain or acrostic poem about snakes. An example cinquain poem: Guess what 2 syllables Big, strong, short legs 4 syllables It lives in Africa 6 syllables It w...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  10.   Nouns, Pronouns and Verb
Goals Teaching immigrants a new language implies strategies that correlate what is taught day by day. As a Language teacher, I consider that naming what is around the students' environment is important during the first week. We then select the nouns that we frequently use: the staff in the school, the objects we manipulate, the city, the state, and the school. Naming then becomes the intersection between the verb to be and the wonderful world of pronouns. Objectives : Monday The student will understand the question word what. The student will learn about the def...
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    Grade Level: ESL


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