Reflection: Rigor How to Identify and Use Singular and Plural Nouns - Section 5: Closure


My students really enjoyed this lesson because it was rigorous and required them to think of singular and plural nouns and use them correctly in sentences on their own.  It was not just identifying singular and plural nouns in sentences.  It really got their creative juices flowing!

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How to Identify and Use Singular and Plural Nouns

Unit 16: Parts of Speech
Lesson 2 of 12

Objective: SWBAT identify and use correctly singular and plural nouns in sentences.

Big Idea: Students will play a game to identify and use singular and plural nouns correctly in sentences.

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