Part of Speech- Nouns

Introduction

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Task

Objectives

At the end of this lesson students will be able to:

  • Define what is a noun
  • Identify nouns in sentences 
  • Write sentences with a list of nouns

 

Process

Noun

Nouns are naming words. They are the names of people, places, animals and things. Human qualities, emotions and feelings also are nouns.

Look at the sentences below.

1. I have a pen.

There is a noun in this sentence. It is ‘pen’. It is a noun because it is the name of a thing.

2. Our teacher is very good at teaching us.

In this sentence there is a noun. It is ‘teacher’. It is a noun because it is the name of the person who is giving you lessons.

3. We are going to the park.

There is a noun in this sentence. It is ‘park’. It is a noun because it is the name of the place we are going to.

4. That dog is very ferocious.

In this sentence, there is a noun. It is ‘dog’. It is a noun because it is the name of that animal.

5. I was full of happiness to see her.

There is a noun in this sentence. It is ‘happiness’. It is a noun because it is the name of the emotion that I felt.

Evaluation

Choose any 10 nouns below and form 10 sentences. Type your sentences on Google docs.  

 

Clown

Twins

Monkey

Sorrow

Museum

Park

Robot

Frog

Computer

Water

Ant

Restaurant

Thoughts

Mr. John

Cinema

Joy

Dinosaur

Cap

Cupboard

Dancer

Lady

Honesty

Fish

Love

Skirt

Conclusion

English Grammar - Types of Noun

Credits
Teacher Page

Teacher Name: Ms. Anesha Belfon

Teacher email: aneshabelfon@gmail.com Or abelfon@stu.usc.edu.tt

Contact number: 1868-725-2860

 

Rubric

Content

4

3

2

1

Sentence 

Sentences are complete, well-constructed, and of varied structure.

All sentences are well-constructed. 

Most sentences are complete and well-constructed.

Many sentence fragments. 

Capitalization and Punctuation

No errors in capitalization and punctuation.

1-2 errors in capitalization and punctuation.

3-4 errors in capitalization and punctuation.

More than 4 errors in capitalization and punctuation.

Grammar and Spelling

No errors in grammar or spelling.

1-2 errors in grammar and/or spelling.

3-4 errors in grammar and/or spelling

More than 4 errors in grammar and/or spelling.

Ideas

Ideas were expressed in a clear and organized fashion.

Ideas were expressed in a pretty clear manner.

Ideas were somewhat organized but were not very clear.

Ideas seemed to be unorganized and not very clear.