Students recognize concrete and abstract nouns. They practice categorizing concrete and abstract nouns during a scavenger hunt and by drawing a symbol of an abstract noun.
5th - 7th English Language Arts 50 Views 110 Downloads
Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics
If you're planning on teaching grammar in your fifth or sixth grade class, take a look at a packet of language arts activities that would be perfect for any grammar lesson. Covering skills such as parts of speech, sentence and paragraph...
5th - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
A Wizard of Earthsea: Symbols
Decipher the symbolism present in Ursula K. Le Guin's novel A Wizard of Earthsea through discussion and composition. Pupils first consider Le Guin's reversal of stereotypes and look at Ged as a hero. They then note down three symbols and...
7th - 12th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
When is a Noun a Verb? Examining Double Duty Words
Act and act, address and address...there are so many words in our dictionary that can function as nouns or verbs. Start this lesson by having your class list as many as they possibly can. When an adequate list presents itself, have your...
7th - 12th English Language Arts
Abstract and Concrete Nouns
There is no way your class won't understand the differences between abstract and concrete nouns after watching this super cute video. They'll see first hand that love is abstract but hands are concrete, happiness is abstract while a ring...
1 second 3rd - 8th English Language Arts
Nouns: Identifying Nouns
Your little grammarians identify nouns in a variety of exercises. Concrete and abstract, singular and plural, count and noncount nouns are included, so it might make a good review of comprehensive parts of speech study. Learners mark...
1st - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable