Lesson: What is a noun?
· Construction paper
· Colored pencils
Level of Bloom’s Taxonomy:
· Remembering – drawing a picture and labeling the parts.
Instructional Procedures: How will I…?
…recall prior relevant information? Make connections to prior learning?
1. Review with the students the four different types of sentences.
2. Review with students simple subjects and a simple predicts.
3. Watch School House Rock – Nouns http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7CxWNY829Y
….present new material?
· Teach students what a noun is – a person, place or thing or idea.
· Take extra time to explain how a noun is an idea – An abstract noun names something you cannot experience with your senses. Sometimes abstract nouns are called "idea nouns."
o Sandra's courage and curiosity made her a good explorer
o It's important to have respect in a friendship.
o Honesty is usually the best policy.
· Go through flipchart with students. Flipchart covers plural nouns a bit as well – it will be a preview for future lessons.
· Have the students make a list of all the fall nouns they can think of and list them on the board. Have the students draw a fall pictures labeling all of the nouns in their pictures. Their fall picture should include people, places, things and at least one idea!!!!
…Enhance retention? (homework)
· WB p. 19
Test Questions from today’s objectives?
|BrainPop Nouns Final Smart Board||