Reflection: Modeling Positively Possessive - Section 3: Fixing the Problem


To wrap up the lesson, and give the students a little extra to connect to, I found a song about possessive nouns using Monsters. It was on You Tube and it is a rock song that explains the difference between singular and plural possessive nouns. The kids loved it and they had it stuck in their heads and mine the rest of the day. 

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Positively Possessive

Unit 11: Grammar Lessons
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT determine and write complete sentences that demonstrate the use of both singular and plural possessive nouns.

Big Idea: The ending-s can appear everywhere in writing. Students forget that in order to show ownership just an "s" won't do. This lesson practices using it to improve writing.

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