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  • 1. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 1 March 31, 2014 3/31/14 8th Grade Language Arts Agenda: 1. Independent Reading 2. Thesis Paper turn in and sharing 3. Grammar Assignments: -Reading Response (TODAY) -Parts of speech pyramid poem (W) -Vocab Writing (F) -Parts of Speech Test (F)
  • 2. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 2 March 31, 2014 1 How many parts of speech are there? A four B five C six D seven E eight
  • 3. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 3 March 31, 2014 EIGHT IS ENOUGH EVERYTHING WE SAY AND WRITE IS COMPOSED OF EIGHT PARTS OF SPEECH. 1. NOUN Names a person, place, thing, or idea book, symphony, spider 2. adjective Modifies a noun gorgeous, humid, tedious 3. verb Expresses an action or a state of being walk, speak, study 4. adverb modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb terribly, wonderfully, quickly 5. conjunction links words, phrases, and clauses and, or, thus 6. pronoun replaces a noun she, he, it 7. preposition indicates the spatial, logical, or temporal relationship between a word and the rest of a sentence on, under, through 8. interjection Doesn't fall into any of the other categories; often expresses emotion ofsurprise Hey!, Whoa!, Gosh darnit!
  • 4. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 4 March 31, 2014 Nouns  Verbs Sunshine Work Complicate Chocolate Understand University Within Sweetly Encouraging
  • 5. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 5 March 31, 2014 Parts of Speech Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, and Adverbs Boy Texas Coin Halloween Ski Jump Run Pop Large Purple Three ScaryLate Loudly Quickly Hungrily Noun Verb Adjective Adverb PullPull
  • 6. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 6 March 31, 2014 Jose decided to go for a run.  Jose runs  around the yard. Jose is running down the street.  The jazz artist books a gig  in a swanky restaurant. Lisa books a flight to  Panama to see her mom. Books are wonderful  treasures! PullPull word is.   ntence. a verb,  ntence.  ord is  Which ones are nouns?
  • 7. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 7 March 31, 2014 Pronoun general nouns that refer to specific nouns (understood from context) pull for definition • I • you • he • she • it • we • they • me • him • her • us • them erase to reveal examples NEXT BACK TO QUICK QUIZ
  • 8. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 8 March 31, 2014 John and Mary are playing with a ball. John has on yellow shoes. Mary is taller than John. Pronouns Pronouns take the place of nouns. Courtesy of Print Master Gold  made by Broderbund. they them she him her we he us I me it
  • 9. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 9 March 31, 2014 Pronoun There are two kinds of pronouns: SUBJECT OBJECT the ones doing something (usually the beginning of a sentence) the ones having something done to them (usually the end of a sentence) NEXT click to revealclick to reveal
  • 10. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 10 March 31, 2014 Pronoun SUBJECT OBJECT • I • you (singular) • he, she, it • we • you (plural) • they • me • you (singular) • him, her, it • us • you (plural) • them drag to reveal drag to reveal NEXT
  • 11. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 11 March 31, 2014 Pronoun Drag the pronouns below into the correct box. Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns I you (plural) you (singular) he sheit we they me you (singular) you (plural) him her it us them NEXT
  • 12. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 12 March 31, 2014 Adjective word that modifies a noun or pronoun pull for definition 1. The __________ man could easily dunk a basketball. 2. The girl ran around the _______ tree. 3. They bought the _________ bananas from the ___________ store. 4. Usually, we share the __________ supplies. NEXT BACK TO QUICK QUIZ Choo the b pull for directions
  • 13. Parts of speech lesson.notebook 13 March 31, 2014 TeacherNote Ticket Out Directions: Write five original sentences. Each should have at least one noun, pronoun, and adjective. Indicate below which word is which. Example: The boy's mom was angry, so he apologized to her.

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