On A Clear Noun You Can See Forever
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On A Clear Noun You Can See Forever On A Clear Noun You Can See Forever Presentation Transcript

  • Nouns
  • Here’s a Sentence That Doesn’t Say Much:
    The man slipped on some food and hurt his leg.
    We don’t know this person. We can’t see him.
    Is he a minister, a thief, a fireman, a fruit peddler?
    How was his leg hurt? Was it broken? Were bones sticking out?
    Where did this accident occur?
    When did it happen?
  • Here’s a Sentence That Gets Our Attention:
    Mr. Suave, our new history teacher, slipped on a blob of pudding in the lunchroom yesterday and cracked his shin.
    We can see him now. We know who he is because the nouns help make the image clearer and more interesting.
  • Group Time
    Sentence 1: A dog came to the school and made a scene.
    Sentence 2: A girl jumped into the water and saved her little sister.
    Sentence 3: Two boys ate all the food in the refrigerator.