Nouns - complete lesson with worksheets (with extracts from A Christmas Carol and The Wizard of Oz)

Teaches noun fundamentals (common and proper, concrete and abstract, countable and non-countable). In the lesson, students practise identifying the nouns in extracts from two classics (A Christmas Carol and The Wizard of Oz ). They must also identify and capitalise the proper nouns in each text. This provides very useful practice for helping students to analyse language (specifically lexis) on Language Paper 1 and Paper 2 as well as Literature Paper 1 and Paper 2.

In addition to explanations and examples of common and proper nouns, concrete and abstract nouns, and countable and uncountable nouns, the presentation also explains the rule for when to use ‘less’ and when to use ‘fewer’ to present quantity of nouns.

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  • 01-Nouns.pptx
  • 02-Shared-practice-(Christmas-Carol-extract).pdf
  • 03-Independent-practice-(Wizard-of-Oz-extract).pdf

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Created: Dec 7, 2019

Updated: Dec 11, 2019

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