Reflection: Accountability Use of Personal and Possessive Pronouns - Section 4: Closure

 

What's mine is yours and what's yours is mine!  In this lesson, students learned how to work together to create a short narrative using personal and possessive pronouns.  They also used evaluative skills in rating the narratives.  The lesson was very challenging for students to create their own original sentences which progressed in the form of a story and used either personal or possessive pronouns in each sentence.  A common misconception students had was capitalizing pronouns in the middle of sentences.  I explained to them that pronouns are not proper nouns.  Pronouns only need to be capitalized when they begin a sentence.

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Use of Personal and Possessive Pronouns

Unit 16: Parts of Speech
Lesson 3 of 12

Objective: SWBAT use personal and possessive pronouns correctly in a relay writing activity.

Big Idea: Students will engage in a relay writing activity to demonstrate an understanding of correct use of personal and possessive pronouns.

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