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.
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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.
GalvaniseEDU
Noun? Verb? Conjunction?Quick View

Noun? Verb? Conjunction?

Types of word activities I used in MFL lessons to introduce meanings of words such as adjetive, noun, pronoun, verb, conjunction. Two levels - one more difficult. Match up followed by colour in the words using extract from Harry Potter.
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GCSE Language: Identify verbs, nouns, adjectives and adverbsQuick View

GCSE Language: Identify verbs, nouns, adjectives and adverbs

This resource is for the NEW GCSE in English Language and should be used to introduce students to the skill of using subject terminology. It is aimed at helping students identify verbs, (as well as other parts of speech but the focus is on verbs) Paper 1, question 2 (words and phrases) .
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Nouns, Proper Nouns, Abstract Nouns, Plural Nouns, Lot of 10 WorksheetsQuick View

Nouns, Proper Nouns, Abstract Nouns, Plural Nouns, Lot of 10 Worksheets

This is a packet about identifying different kinds of nouns. There are 10 lessons in this packet to include: 1. 5 worksheets that identify different types of nouns to include common nouns, proper nouns, abstract nouns, and plural nouns. These come with answer keys. 2. There is a worksheet that looks at different types of nouns in sentences. 3. There are 3 color worksheets that create a picture by coloring the different types of nouns different colors. Very fun! 4. A worksheet on I spy nouns in the classroom.
Jonmayhew1234
Collective NounsQuick View

Collective Nouns

Collective Nouns PowerPoint and Worksheets - Collective nouns are easy to teach when you use this interactive and entertaining PowerPoint! It introduces collective nouns (40 slides/examples) to students. This is a great PowerPoint for the review or introduction of collective nouns. It also includes a 10 slide collective nouns quiz and 3 worksheets. PowerPoint info: Short introduction to nouns Introduction to collective nouns (definition) Illustrated collective nouns (40 slides) Identify the correct collective noun quiz (10 slides) Students are encouraged to use their whiteboards throughout the PowerPoint Also included are three collective noun worksheets and answer keys PLUS a fun flip flap book! Please email me if you have any questions (duplessislindy@gmail.com). Have fun teaching! Lindy du Plessis (Shop name: Lindy loves to teach)
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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
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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.
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Nouns, pronouns and noun phrasesQuick View

Nouns, pronouns and noun phrases

A Grammar for Writing toolkit created for Tower Hamlets schools involved in 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.
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NOUN TYPES TEACHING AIDQuick View

NOUN TYPES TEACHING AID

This colourful, easy to use and time saving resource for teaching "Noun Types". It is also a decorative display for the classroom learning wall which will reinforce and consolidate learning. It can be printed as an A4, A3 or A2 size poster.
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Noun and Verb PhrasesQuick View

Noun and Verb Phrases

A lesson aimed at a year 7 literacy group. Learning Objectives: To explain what a noun or verb phrase is. To confidently identify noun and verb phrases To be able to structure your own noun and verb phrases Differentiated activities are available within the PPT.
amy_whitehouse2000
Expanded Noun Phrase MachineQuick View

Expanded Noun Phrase Machine

An essential resource for teaching expanded noun phrases. It teaches children how to start with a simple noun phrase such as 'the dog' or 'the lady' and add in 8 new elements to the phrase. Extensive word banks included to expand children's vocabulary and their understanding of word classes. Used in year 5, also appropriate for all other KS2 classes. A|l reviews welcome.
teachallenjoy
Making Nouns from VerbsQuick View

Making Nouns from Verbs

This set of noun cards are great for reviewing the formation of nouns using verbs. The clear use of graphics can help your students to make connections between the verbs and the nouns. The noun endings are in red type to allow for easy visibility. This is a wonderful addition to any literacy center. (C) A Teacher's Idea 2012 http://nicadez.blogspot.com
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UKS2 Differentiated Nouns WorksheetsQuick View

UKS2 Differentiated Nouns Worksheets

3 Worksheets where children have to colour in the different types of Nouns up to: Blue = proper noun yellow = common noun red = pronoun green= collective noun purple = abstract noun LA sheet has first three MA sheet has collective nouns added HA sheet has abstract nouns added to that Children are asked to extend themselves by writing sentences after they finish colouring.
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NounsQuick View

Nouns

Nouns - Common Nouns and Proper Nouns (PowerPoint & Printables) - 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: 27 PowerPoint slides (nouns) 4 Printables (nouns) Common Core Aligned: 3.L.1.A Created by Lindy du Plessis (store name: Lindy loves to teach)
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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.
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Nouns Quick View

Nouns

A PowerPoint lesson on proper and common (including collective, abstract and concrete) nouns. Suitable for Upper KS2 and KS3 students for revision. This was initially created for my tuition sessions but is also suitable for teaching purposes. The powerpoint includes a quiz suitable for the whole class or individual children. I really appreciate your feedback so please leave a review below.
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