Language arts

Introduction

Language Arts

May 18,2020

Duration: 1hour

Topic: Reflexive Pronoun

 

Do you remember what is a pronoun?

A pronoun takes the place of a noun. Example it, me, she, her, his, they, us, them etc..

Today you will be looking at reflexive pronoun

 A reflexive pronouns are formed by adding 'self or selves' to personal pronouns for example: himself, herself, themselves. The reflexive pronoun is an object that throws back to the subject. 

Example of reflexive pronoun: 

1. The baby cried herself to bed.  

Herself is the reflexive pronoun. It throws back to the subject.

2. I believe in myself.

Myself is the reflexive pronoun, it throws back to the subject I.

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Task

Activity 1: 

Reflexive Pronouns Worksheet 1 ELA-Literacy.L.2.1c Language ...

Process

Reflexive Pronouns Worksheet • Have Fun Teaching

Evaluation

 

Home Work

Choosing Reflexive Pronouns Worksheet Part 1 | Reflexive pronoun ...