Lesson Plan • Teacher Candidate: Miss Copeland • Content Area: English Language Arts • Grade Level Expectation (s): Common Core Standards: • SL.2.1. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. • a. Print all upper- and lowercase letters • b. Use common, proper, and possessive nouns. • c. Use singular and plural nouns with matching verbs in basic sentences (e.g., He hops; We hop). • d. Use personal, possessive, and indefinite pronouns (e.g., I, me, my; they, them, their; anyone, everything). • Grade Level: 2nd Grade • Technology: • http://www.funenglishgames.com/topics/nouns.html • http://grammar.yourdictionary.com/games-puzzles-and-worksheets/interactive-grammar-games.html • Parts of Speech PowerPoint • •StartBoard
Lesson Plan • Materials Needed: • Parts of Speech PowerPoint • “If You were A Noun” By Michael Dahl • Pencil • Notebook • Handouts • StartBoard • Time required: 1 day • Lesson Title: “Parts of Speech- Singular and Plural Nouns” • Book Title and Author: “If You Were a Noun” by Michael Dahl • Anticipatory Set: • Begin class by reading the book “If You Were a Noun” • Explain that today we will learn about a Part of Speech (Nouns) • Explain the importance of knowing the Parts of Speech (Nouns) • Allow students to examine the Part of Speech (Nouns) • Allow students to create their own sentences using the Part of Speech (Nouns)
Lesson Plan • Objectives: • • The student will learn nouns (Singular and Plural) with 80% accuracy. • • The student will be able to recognize the difference between nouns (Singular and Plural) • • The student will be able to create their own sentences using nouns • • The student will apply their knowledge of nouns to different activities • • The student will use class Start Board
Lesson Plan • Modifications/ Accommodations: • I will modify or repeat any directions • Pair with an academically strong peer • Allow additional time to complete activities
Singular and Plural Nouns Teacher Candidate: Miss Copeland
Singular Nouns • A singular noun names one person, place, animal or thing. • Ex: Tree • Ex: Owl
Plural Nouns • A plural noun names more than one. • Ex: Buses
Plural Nouns • Most nouns you add -s • Example: Animal Animals
Plural Nouns • If a noun ends in s, ch, sh, or x add –es. • Example: Branch Branches
Fox _________ • Rock _________ • Shell _________ • *Remember: If a noun ends in s, ch, sh, or x add –es.
Reflections • Students were very well behaved, listened to lesson and directions, raised their hand. • They were shy at first but warmed up. • Classmates were very supportive of one another • Really enjoyed Southside Elementary!!!