Exceptional Expanded Noun Phrases!Quick View

Exceptional Expanded Noun Phrases!

This engaging and detailed resource pack has been designed to make the learning of expanded noun phrases (particularly prominent in the new curriculum) easily accessible, engaging and interesting for all children. Throughout the lesson, students learn to improve their skill at using appropriate, concise, and precise expanded noun phrases within their own writing compositions. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Define what expanded noun phrases are; - Identify varied and interesting nouns and adjectives; - Analyse and evaluate what it is that makes some nouns and adjectives more effective than others; - Utilise prepositions in order to open up new levels of detail in their own expanded noun phrases; - Write an extended piece with the employment of exceptional expanded noun phrases; -Peer/self-assess learning attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - A clear and interesting worksheet for the development task; - Picture resources for the main activity; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint/ the bottom of worksheets.

By TandLGuru

Nouns, pronouns and noun phrasesQuick View

Nouns, pronouns and noun phrases

A Grammar for Writing toolkit created for Tower Hamlets schools involved in the the Fetch Me a Pen project. An explanation of nouns, noun phrases and pronouns and suggestions about how a focus on these aspects of grammar across subjects can develop whole-school literacy, particularly in improving students' writing.

By Fetch_Me_a_Pen

Concrete, Abstract, and Compound Nouns!Quick View

Concrete, Abstract, and Compound Nouns!

This interesting and engaging lesson enables students to be able to define and categorise different types of nouns, to be able to use different types of nouns accurately, and to show an understanding about how different types of noun can affect writing. This knowledge is of particular importance when working through the new National Curriculum. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Define what concrete, abstract, and compound nouns are; - Identify and categorise different concrete, abstract, and compound nouns; - Write accurately using a range of concrete, abstract, and compound nouns, to increase the depth and variety of their writing; - Peer assess each other's learning attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - Word cards for sorting; - Venn diagram mat for card-sorting activity - Clear and interesting worksheets to record student responses; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint/ the bottom of worksheets.

By TandLGuru

Collective and Plural Nouns!Quick View

Collective and Plural Nouns!

This interesting and engaging lesson enables students to define and identify collective and plural nouns, to be able to use collective and plural nouns accurately, and to demonstrate knowledge of spelling and grammar rules and patterns related to collective and plural nouns. This knowledge is of particular importance when working through the new National Curriculum. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Define what collective and plural nouns are; - Research and identify different collective and plural nouns; - Understand patterns and rules in the use of collective and plural nouns; - Understand how verb form can alter dependent upon whether a noun is collective or plural; - Write accurately using collective and plural nouns, including the use of the correct noun-verb agreement. - Peer assess each other's learning attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - Clear and interesting worksheets to record student responses; - Answer sheets to check student understanding; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint/ the bottom of worksheets.

By TandLGuru

NOUN PHRASESQuick View

NOUN PHRASES

This contains a variety of Noun phrase resources as an introduction to the TES SPaG resources available on this site and TES iboard+. Also search tesSPaG-resources for all SPaG resources that we currently offer on TES. These are the sample materials available for download from this page: Introducing TES SPaG Noun Phrases powerpoint Teaching Noun Phrases powerpoint A lively powerpoint that can be used in bite-sized chunks through the year. All you need to introduce SPaG concepts and terminology to a Year 2 class. One of a series. Guide to Noun Phrases A handy guide for any teacher on noun phrases - succinct and clearly written. Again, one of a series. This TES SPaG Guide to Noun Phrases could also be issued to parents or used by KS2 / KS3 pupils as a SPaG crib or revision sheet. Further grammar and punctuation guides, powerpoints, practice tests and interactive SPaG practice exercises are available at TES SPaG - a low cost subscription site, with a 30 day free trial.

By tesSPaG-resources

Expanded noun phrases - 7 lesson booster Y5/6Quick View

Expanded noun phrases - 7 lesson booster Y5/6

I created a 7 lesson booster for my Year 5/6 children to support work on expanded noun phrases as this was an area they were finding rather tricky. There are 7 lessons, which lasted me for 30 minutes a time. The lessons take the following form: Lesson 1: Identifying nouns in a Harry Potter extract. Lesson 2: categorising nouns. Are they abstract, collective, proper or common? Lesson 3: using adjectives to expand nouns. Lesson 4: using prepositional phrases to expand nouns. Lesson 5: using relative clauses to expand nouns. Lesson 6: writing expanded noun phrases [condensing knowledge] Lesson 7: spotting expanded noun phrases in sentences. The lessons are fun and interactive. My children absolutely loved it and now they are independently using them in writing. I have also included a 'burger' strategy to help children use expanded noun phrases in their writing. This is displayed in my classroom and the children use it religiously!

By Becky-Stevie

NounsQuick View

Nouns

Nouns - Common Nouns and Proper Nouns (PowerPoint & Worksheets). Nouns are easy to teach when you use this interactive and entertaining PowerPoint! Students discover what nouns are through games and exercises. This PowerPoint introduces common and proper nouns to students. They have to eventually identify common and proper nouns in sentences. By the end of this lesson, your students will know exactly what common and proper nouns are. This is a great PowerPoint for the review and introduction of nouns. Also included are four common and proper noun worksheets to further reinforce and consolidate nouns. Included: 29 PowerPoint slides (nouns) 4 Worksheets (nouns) Please email me if you have any questions (duplessislindy@gmail.com). Have fun teaching! Lindy du Plessis (Shop name: Lindy loves to teach) © L du Plessis 2015

By lindylovestoteach

Nouns and VerbsQuick View

Nouns and Verbs

Nouns and Verbs PowerPoint Sorting Game. Do your students need extra practise with the identification of nouns and verbs? This interactive game is perfect to review nouns and verbs! DIRECTIONS: This PowerPoint must be in Slide Show view or the animation won’t work. STUDENTS: Read the word on the hot air balloon. Is it a noun or a verb? Click on the correct button to answer. If you are incorrect, click BACK and try again. If you are correct, click NEXT and go to the next slide. TIP: Use individual whiteboards to promote whole-class participation. Please email me if you have any questions (duplessislindy@gmail.com). Have fun teaching! Lindy du Plessis © L du Plessis 2015 - Single user license only. Please do not place on the internet or share.

By lindylovestoteach

Apostrophes with Possessive Nouns TASK CARDSQuick View

Apostrophes with Possessive Nouns TASK CARDS

A set of 24 task cards to practise the use of an apostrophes with possessive nouns, plural and singular. Can be used as a table task or hid around the classroom for a scavenger hunt. Recording sheet and answers included.

By hoppytimes

Nouns.  Common and Proper Nouns.Quick View

Nouns. Common and Proper Nouns.

This power point is about Nouns. It also refers to Common and Proper Nouns. In the second slide there is the explanation of what nouns are. In the next two slides, the teacher can ask the students to choose the nouns. When the teacher clicks the nouns go into the bucket. In the fifth and the sixth slide there is the explanation of what common and proper nouns are. In the next two slides students have to choose the Common nouns. Every time the teacher clicks the Common nouns go into the sack and then in the bag. In the ninth and tenth slide the students have to choose the Proper nouns. Again when the teacher clicks the nouns go into the sack first and then into the bag. In the last four slides students have to choose the nouns in sentences. When the teacher clicks the sentence appears. The students will then identify where the nouns are. Then when the teacher clicks again, the same sentence appears but this time the nouns are coloured. There are eight sentences in all.

By qronfla

Expanded Noun Phrase (Differentiated)Quick View

Expanded Noun Phrase (Differentiated)

A worksheet for children to practice using and identifying expanded noun phrases. The worksheet is divided into four challenges. The third challenge mimics the style of the expanded noun phrases questions found on the 2016 GPS Sample and official SATs assessment.

By Galvanise_

Plural Nouns Cootie CatchersQuick View

Plural Nouns Cootie Catchers

Plural Nouns: These plural nouns cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice using plural nouns within sentences. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included. This activity has students reading various sentences to each other, 16 in total, and then asked to identify the correct plural noun that fits into the sentence. Answers are included. ***** Enjoy this Lesson? Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers: ***** ♦ Reading Strategies: Authors Purpose Cause and Effect Character Traits Compare and Contrast with Pictures Compare and Contrast Creative and Critical Thinking Drawing Conclusions Fact or Opinion Figurative Language Fluency Generalizations Genre Identification Genre Types Idioms Inference Literary Devices Main Idea Metaphors Nonfiction Text Features Paraphrasing Parts of a Book Personification Point of View Predictions Reading Comprehension Reading Response Questions Restating the Question Sequencing Setting Similes Story Elements Summarizing Text Structures Text Structures: Informational Text Structures Theme Writing Prompts ♦ Vocabulary: Analogies (Grades 3-5) Analogies (Grades 6-8) Analogies (Grade 9) Antonyms Compound Words Context Clues Greek and Latin Roots Homophones Homonyms Multiple Meaning Words Prefixes Root Words Shades of Meaning Spelling Suffixes Synonyms Tone and Mood Transition Words ♦ Grammar: Adjective Identification Adjectives: Comparative and Superlative Adverbs Appositives Apostrophes Capitalization Clauses Commas Conjunctions Contractions Mentor Sentences Nouns: Common, Proper, and Plural Nouns: Collective Nouns: Common and Proper Nouns: Irregular Plural Nouns: Plural Nouns Nouns: Possessive Nouns Parts of Speech Prepositions Prepositional Phrases Pronouns: Identification Pronouns: Possessive Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Quotation Marks Sentence Types Sentences: Fragments and Run-Ons Sentences: Simple, Compound, and Complex Subject and Predicate: Complete and Compound Verb Identification Verb Tenses Verbs: Helping Verbs: Irregular Verbs: Subject Verb Agreement

By ScienceSpot

Nouns - Common Nouns, Proper Nouns, Compound Nouns, Abstract Nouns, Collective Nouns PowerPoint GameQuick View

Nouns - Common Nouns, Proper Nouns, Compound Nouns, Abstract Nouns, Collective Nouns PowerPoint Game

This PowerPoint resource involves students finding the names of different types of noun - common, proper, abstract, collective and compound. It is a fun activity that will reinforce their understanding of nouns and could be used as a lesson starter or a fun way to revise. It is based on the popular game of 'Stop The Bus'. Pupils can either take part in this activity as individuals or in teams of 2-4. The PowerPoint will generate a letter. Individuals/teams have to think of one noun to go in to each category beginning with the selected letter. The first team to finish shouts 'Nouns Named'. 1 point is scored if they have an appropriate noun in the category - 2 points if no other team has that word. The PowerPoint is fully editable and can be used as a template to reinforce the teaching of other aspects of English eg parts of speech, verbs etc. Younger children could just concentrate on common nouns and proper nouns. Suitable for Years 1 and older SEN students. For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this 'must have' step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!

By Krazikas

Collective Nouns Cootie CatchersQuick View

Collective Nouns Cootie Catchers

Collective Nouns: These collective nouns cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while improving their ability to identify collective nouns. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included. This activity has students reading various sentences to each other, 16 in total, and then asked to identify the correct collective noun. Answers are included. ***** Enjoy this Lesson? Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers: ***** ♦ Reading Strategies: Authors Purpose Cause and Effect Character Traits Compare and Contrast with Pictures Compare and Contrast Creative and Critical Thinking Drawing Conclusions Fact or Opinion Figurative Language Fluency Generalizations Genre Identification Genre Types Idioms Inference Literary Devices Main Idea Metaphors Nonfiction Text Features Paraphrasing Parts of a Book Personification Point of View Predictions Reading Comprehension Reading Response Questions Restating the Question Sequencing Setting Similes Story Elements Summarizing Text Structures Text Structures: Informational Text Structures Theme Writing Prompts ♦ Vocabulary: Analogies (Grades 3-5) Analogies (Grades 6-8) Analogies (Grade 9) Antonyms Compound Words Context Clues Greek and Latin Roots Homophones Homonyms Multiple Meaning Words Prefixes Root Words Shades of Meaning Spelling Suffixes Synonyms Tone and Mood Transition Words ♦ Grammar: Adjective Identification Adjectives: Comparative and Superlative Adverbs Appositives Apostrophes Capitalization Clauses Commas Conjunctions Contractions Mentor Sentences Nouns: Common, Proper, and Plural Nouns: Collective Nouns: Common and Proper Nouns: Irregular Plural Nouns: Plural Nouns Nouns: Possessive Nouns Parts of Speech Prepositions Prepositional Phrases Pronouns: Identification Pronouns: Possessive Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Quotation Marks Sentence Types Sentences: Fragments and Run-Ons Sentences: Simple, Compound, and Complex Subject and Predicate: Complete and Compound Verb Identification Verb Tenses Verbs: Helping Verbs: Irregular Verbs: Subject Verb Agreement

By ScienceSpot