a. Cognitive Objective- The students will be able to build on prior knowledge about plural nouns as used in written and spoken terms.
b. Affective Objective- The students will be able to share their feelings about the fact that there are exceptions to EVERY rule for forming plural nouns.
c. Psychomotor Objective- The student will be able to draw objects in relation to singular and plural nouns, as they are grouped in the lesson.
The following are the lesson objectives used to create this webquest:
1 .Discuss rules governing the formation of plural nouns from singular ones ending in
‘y’ preceded by a consonant and ‘f’/’fe
2. Differentiate between plural nouns ending with ‘ies’ and ‘y’+’s’.
3. List at least three sets of nouns with the plural endings; ‘ies’ and ‘ves’.