Welcome the participants to the workshop.Ask: the participants how they are doing.In this module, we will discuss the different parts of speech like nouns, verbs, adjectives, prepositions, pronouns, conjunctions and interjection. Let this slide display till you complete the transition in.
Say: In grammar we will first begin by talking about parts of speech and then slowly we will move towards Subject verb agreement.Ask: So what are various parts of speech?Expected response: The different portions that make a speech, the articles the prepositions and conjunctions.
Say: we are very close.The various contents that make speech like preposition, conjunction etc. – state the objective and if required take the additional objective from the participants and show it on the flip chart.
Ask: Can anyone of you tell us about verb? What are verbs?Expected response: A verb is and action word.Say: Read from the slideEncorage responses and examples, correct them on the spot if they give an incorrect answer and then encourage them to give another sentence
Say: Lets practise and get the facts right.Read aloud from the slide.Ask them to volunteer to indentify verbs and think of more examples.
Read aloud from the slide.Ask them to volunteer to indentify verbs and think of more examples.
Ask: Are we clear about nouns? Can we think of more examples?Expected response: YesShow the next slide
Say now lets see how much have we learnt?On this slide three pictures will appear one by oneAsk the participants to look at the pictures and make a sentence on the picture and identify nouns
Say: Having understood the use of the pronouns in sentences, lets see if we can indentify pronouns?Encourage the participants to think of more examples
So now we know about the verb and the noun, we now need to learn about the other parts of speechWe will go through some slides and find out more about them.Lets first talk about adjectivese.g. Look at the example on the slideShe is a wonderful singer Ask: Now, in this sentence what is the singer like?Expected answer - WonderfulSay: Lets look into some other sentences and practice more :-He is a naughty boy Ask : Now, in this sentence what is the boy like?Expected response – naughtyAsk: Can you think if more examples of adjectivesRead aloud the example for the slide Allow them to volunteer to speak
Say: Lets practice nowCan you identify adjectives from the slide?Read the sentences from the slide and encourage the participants to identify the adjectives.
Make the sentences from the slideSay : Make sentences looking at the picture and identify adjectives.Encourage participants to give more examplesCorrect them on the spot if they give an incorrect answer and encourage them to give another sentence
Say: Do we understand what adverbs are?Expected response – YesAsk: Can you think of more sentences using these adverbsAllow the participants to make sentences and correct wherever necessary
Say: So lets get our facts and practice more.Ask: Can you think of more sentences?Allow them to volunteer and speak out the sentences and then encourage the participants to identify nouns, adjectives and adverbsEncourage participants to give more examples. Correct them on the spot if they give incorrect answers and encourage them to give another sentence
Say: Lets see if we can think of more examples.Encourage participants to give more examples and think of more sentences to identify prepositions
Say: Lets get our facts right and make sentences using prepositionsSay: Can we identify prepositions?Expected response:YesLooking at the pictures the participants must make sentences and identify prepositions
Say: Lets talk about conjunctions nowRead from the slide and give more examplesEncourage them to think of more examples and make sentences
Say: Let us see how much we have learnt?Explain with the help of this slideRead the sentence aloudLet them identify conjunctions and volunteer to speak out
Say: Lets talk about interjections are used to express emotionsLets look at the pictures on the slides and see if we can make sentences
Say: Lets read the sentences and practice more sentences that have interjection.
Say: Lets make sentences with interjections,We know now that interjectsEncourage them to think of more examples and make sentences
Say: Thank you to the participants and wish them luck for their future
Parts of Speech - Grammar
PARTS OF SPEECHPrepared by : Sheen Singh
On successful completion of this module the participant will be able to Understand the different parts of speech Learn how to use them in constructing sentences
A verb is a word used to express action or a state of being She is fighting with her best friend
I like eating cookies He likes listening to music
A noun is a word used to name a person, place, a thing or an idea She is reading a book
A pronoun is a word used in place of one noun or more than one noun (without pronoun) Cheryl is a teacher. Cheryl teaches English (with pronoun) Cheryl is a teacher. She teaches English
An adjective is a word used to modify a noun or a pronoun Describing Indentifying Quantifying words An adjective usually precedes the noun or the pronoun which it modifies
I have large, yellow rain boots The coal mines are dark and dank
An adverb is a word used to modify a verb, an adjective, or another verb An adverb tells where, when, how or to what extent (how much or how long) Hand in your homework here Now is the time to smile The rocket blasted off loudly The rose is exceptionally beautiful
Adjective Adverb strange strangely calm calmly usual usually rapid rapidly awkward awkwardly strict strictly sad sadly
A preposition is a word showing a relationship between nouns or pronouns The book is on the table The baby is under the table She read the book during class
You can use a conjunction to link words, phrases and clauses I ordered for the pizza and a coke
Roses and orchids are my favourite flowers She is a nice girl but talks too much
An interjection is a word used to express emotion An interjection does not have a grammatical relation to other words in the sentence. Usually an interjection is followed by an exclamation mark Sometime an interjection is set off by a comma
Examples for interjections Oh! What a surprise Wow! You look beautiful Why, do I know you? Well, I would not make a sad