Day 1


Welcome to Ms. Joule’s Language Corner fashioned by Julian Martin. This website was produced primarily to assist students in understanding and building on their writing convention skills as they target English as a second language being learnt. First, I’ll seek to facilitate your knowledge and effective usage of parts of speech in relation to word usages. There are eight parts of speech, namely; nouns, verbs, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions and interjections. We will be beginning with nouns. Nouns are everywhere!

Are you aware that nouns are simply names? Yes, nouns are the names of people, places, animals, ideas and things (animals are sometimes included in the things’ category). Nouns are also of different types. These include:

  Singular = only one ((bag)    Plural = more than one (bags)

Common = general (person)    Proper = specific (Mr. Martin)

Concrete = physical (chair)     Abstract = idea or quality (love)

Countable = singular or plural form countable (car, cars)    Uncountable = singular form

uncountable (water)    Collective = group (team)                                

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Your task for this lesson are the following:


  1. Learn about the role of nouns in a sentence.


  1. Learn about the two main categories of nouns – proper and common nouns.



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Hello students!! Before we immerse into our lesson, let us watch an informative video about our part of speech of the day - NOUNS. Click on this link to watch the video:    Please ensure you make notations.


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•           Click these link to complete stimulating worksheets to test your knowledge about Nouns:


•           Goal of these quizzes: To test your knowledge about Nouns

•           Make sure you take notes

•           Once you have completed the Worksheets, we can move on to our next step...Conclusion




Note: Candidates should score at least 12 marks on each worksheets to pass these quizzes. This is, however, only the start of our lessons,   Image result for smiling faces images"so not to worry about your scores as we will soon dive in a little deeper. Image result for smiling faces images"


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Number of correct answers _______________

Number of incorrect answers _____________

Candidates result: _____________________ (Pass/Fail)


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Having successfully completed the first phase you are well on your way to learning more about a new and beautiful language- English Language.  Image result for good job stickers

Now, let us quickly review what was done:

  • Nouns

Nouns are words that name people, places, animals, ideas and things. They are the names used in the part of a sentence (the subject), that the rest of the sentence (the predicate), speaks about. For example, “John is my best friend”. Who is said to be someone’s best friend? John, he is the person named in the sentence that is talked about.


  • Nouns can be of different types. They mainly lie in the two broad categories of proper nouns and common nouns, with subsets of singular, plural, concrete, abstract, countable, uncountable, and collective nouns. These other types will be dealt with in subsequent lessons. Image result for free smiling faces


  • Common nouns and Proper nouns

Common nouns name any person, place, thing, or idea. They are not capitalized unless they come at the beginning of a sentence. Proper nouns are the names of specific people, places, things, or ideas. Proper nouns should always be capitalized.

For example:

Common                    Proper

boy                       Anthony

river                      Mississippi River

town                     Linstead

car                        Ford



Nash, K. English Grammar 101. Module 1, Nouns, Lesson 2:

Common and Proper Nouns. Retrieved from:

lvargas 2012. Classify proper nouns vs common nouns. Puerto Rico. Retrieved from:

Google. Nouns Worksheets. Retrieved from:

Teacher Page


a. Cognitive Objective- The student will be able to build on prior knowledge about Nouns as a part of speech.

b. Affective Objective- The student will be able to share their feelings about nouns being special or general by writing a short paragraph.

c. Psychomotor Objective- The student will be able to play a game in which they are the words with the nouns highlighted in sentences created to conclude the lesson.


The following are the lesson objectives used to create this webquest:

1.  Briefly explain what are nouns.

2. Describe the role that nouns play in a sentence.

3. State the two main types of.

4. Define the term common and proper nouns.

5. List some proper nouns and their corresponding common noun(s).

6. State the role of capital letters when writing proper nouns.