Bell WorkThe parts of speech are the building blocks of our language. There areeight of them. Try to list as many as      ...
Nouns            ReviewIDENTIFY CORRECT NOUN FORMS        Seventh English
Nouns• Lesson One: Noun Classes  – Note taking Strategy / Three Column Notes  Key Word        Definition/Description      ...
NounA noun is a word that names something: aperson, a place, a thing, or an idea.Examples:governorAlaskahospitalSoutheast ...
There are five classes of nouns.•   Proper•   Common•   Concrete•   Abstract•   Collective                  Julie Mullins ...
Proper NounsA proper noun names a particular person,place, thing, or idea.Examples:• Dr. Nichols• Northview High School• D...
Common NounsA common noun does not name a particularperson, place, thing, or idea. Commonnouns are not capitalized.Example...
Julie Mullins Turner
Bell Work• Place the following 8 nouns into 2  categories: girl, writer, country, book, Kay  O’Neill, Octavio Paz, Morocco...
Julie Mullins Turner
Concrete NounsA concrete noun names a thing that istangible (can be seen, touched, heard,smelled, or tasted). Concrete nou...
Abstract NounsAn abstract noun names an idea, acondition, or a feeling—in other words,something that cannot be touched, sm...
Julie Mullins Turner
Collective NounsA collective noun names a group or a unit.Examples:• United States• team• crowd• community                ...
Compound NounsForm the plurals of most compound nounsby adding s or es to the important word inthe compound.    brothers-i...
Brain BreakYour choice: Different Circles, ABC123, Finger Aerobics, Fives, Guns &              Roses
Now Let’s Practice!Directions: There are sentences on the nextfew slides. For each underlined noun, writeits class (there ...
Checks and balances in the United Statesgovernment allow Congress to override apresidential veto.                  Julie M...
Checks and balances in the United Statesgovernment allow Congress to override apresidential veto.       AnswerClass: prope...
During the American Revolution, GeorgeWashington was commander of theContinental army.                  Julie Mullins Turner
During the American Revolution, GeorgeWashington was commander of theContinental army.        AnswerClass: proper, concret...
The tax laws imposed on the colonists by theBritish government were viewed as unfair.                    Julie Mullins Tur...
The tax laws imposed on the colonists by theBritish government were viewed as unfair.          Answer Class: common, concr...
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Intro to nouns 2012

  1. 1. Bell WorkThe parts of speech are the building blocks of our language. There areeight of them. Try to list as many as you can remember…
  2. 2. Nouns ReviewIDENTIFY CORRECT NOUN FORMS Seventh English
  3. 3. Nouns• Lesson One: Noun Classes – Note taking Strategy / Three Column Notes Key Word Definition/Description Picture/Symbol    noun a person, place, thing, or idea
  4. 4. NounA noun is a word that names something: aperson, a place, a thing, or an idea.Examples:governorAlaskahospitalSoutheast Alabama Medical Center Julie Mullins Turner
  5. 5. There are five classes of nouns.• Proper• Common• Concrete• Abstract• Collective Julie Mullins Turner
  6. 6. Proper NounsA proper noun names a particular person,place, thing, or idea.Examples:• Dr. Nichols• Northview High School• Dothan High School Julie Mullins Turner
  7. 7. Common NounsA common noun does not name a particularperson, place, thing, or idea. Commonnouns are not capitalized.Examples:• cheerleader• student• park Julie Mullins Turner
  8. 8. Julie Mullins Turner
  9. 9. Bell Work• Place the following 8 nouns into 2 categories: girl, writer, country, book, Kay O’Neill, Octavio Paz, Morocco, Tiger Eyes Julie Mullins Turner
  10. 10. Julie Mullins Turner
  11. 11. Concrete NounsA concrete noun names a thing that istangible (can be seen, touched, heard,smelled, or tasted). Concrete nouns areeither proper or common.Examples:• child• music• Grand Canyon Julie Mullins Turner
  12. 12. Abstract NounsAn abstract noun names an idea, acondition, or a feeling—in other words,something that cannot be touched, smelled,tasted, seen or heard.Examples:• freedom• greed• progress Julie Mullins Turner
  13. 13. Julie Mullins Turner
  14. 14. Collective NounsA collective noun names a group or a unit.Examples:• United States• team• crowd• community Julie Mullins Turner
  15. 15. Compound NounsForm the plurals of most compound nounsby adding s or es to the important word inthe compound. brothers-in-law maids of honor secretaries of state Julie Mullins Turner
  16. 16. Brain BreakYour choice: Different Circles, ABC123, Finger Aerobics, Fives, Guns & Roses
  17. 17. Now Let’s Practice!Directions: There are sentences on the nextfew slides. For each underlined noun, writeits class (there will be at least two classes foreach). Julie Mullins Turner
  18. 18. Checks and balances in the United Statesgovernment allow Congress to override apresidential veto. Julie Mullins Turner
  19. 19. Checks and balances in the United Statesgovernment allow Congress to override apresidential veto. AnswerClass: proper,abstract, collectiveNumber: singular Julie Mullins Turner
  20. 20. During the American Revolution, GeorgeWashington was commander of theContinental army. Julie Mullins Turner
  21. 21. During the American Revolution, GeorgeWashington was commander of theContinental army. AnswerClass: proper, concreteNumber: singular Julie Mullins Turner
  22. 22. The tax laws imposed on the colonists by theBritish government were viewed as unfair. Julie Mullins Turner
  23. 23. The tax laws imposed on the colonists by theBritish government were viewed as unfair. Answer Class: common, concrete Number: plural Julie Mullins Turner

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