Tuesday 10/23/2012  1. Introduction to Unit 2:     Nouns  2. Notes  3. Classwork: p 95 (1-     16) Questions and     Answers
Introduction toUnit 2: Nounsand Kinds of   Nouns      Miss Borja
What orwho do you  see?
Nouns1.Person2.Place3.Thing4.Idea
At the   carnival, my  sister’s cottoncandy flew off ofthe roller coaster  and landed insome boy’s hair.
Throughouthistory, inventi   ons havechanged how people live.
A noun that names something that             can be seen, heard, smelled, tasted, or   touched is a concrete noun.shellsSa...
Inventors develop newproducts, such as safer toys for children.
A noun that names an idea, a quality, or a feeling is an abstract                 noun.BeautyFriendshipRelaxationPeace
The first   inventionsappeared during the Old Stone      Age.
Concret  enouns?Abstractnouns?
A common noun refers to any     person, place, thing, or idea. Notcity            capitalized.peopleoceanbuildingfoodfrien...
At the grocery store, I boughtvegetables, egg       s, abanana, and hot     sauce.
A proper noun identifies a particular    person, place, thing, or idea.            Capitalized.Barack ObamaThe Eiffel Tower
Are you “the bomb” with nouns?
I accidentally forgot my shovel andbucket in the sand at the beach on              Saturday.
Let’s both sit on the beach so our butts         can get sand in them!
Your mom said to leave the rubber        ducky at home.
I found thiscool picture on the Internet.
When I see my Socks, I am so full  of happiness and laughter.
What is a noun?
Give an example of a concrete           noun.
Give an example of an abstract           noun.
What is the difference between common and proper nouns?
In your notebook:• Nouns name persons, places, things, or  ideas.• Concrete nouns name things that the 5  senses can detec...
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Introduction and Kinds of Nouns- Unit 2

  1. 1. Tuesday 10/23/2012 1. Introduction to Unit 2: Nouns 2. Notes 3. Classwork: p 95 (1- 16) Questions and Answers
  2. 2. Introduction toUnit 2: Nounsand Kinds of Nouns Miss Borja
  3. 3. What orwho do you see?
  4. 4. Nouns1.Person2.Place3.Thing4.Idea
  5. 5. At the carnival, my sister’s cottoncandy flew off ofthe roller coaster and landed insome boy’s hair.
  6. 6. Throughouthistory, inventi ons havechanged how people live.
  7. 7. A noun that names something that can be seen, heard, smelled, tasted, or touched is a concrete noun.shellsSandseahorse
  8. 8. Inventors develop newproducts, such as safer toys for children.
  9. 9. A noun that names an idea, a quality, or a feeling is an abstract noun.BeautyFriendshipRelaxationPeace
  10. 10. The first inventionsappeared during the Old Stone Age.
  11. 11. Concret enouns?Abstractnouns?
  12. 12. A common noun refers to any person, place, thing, or idea. Notcity capitalized.peopleoceanbuildingfoodfriendsteachers
  13. 13. At the grocery store, I boughtvegetables, egg s, abanana, and hot sauce.
  14. 14. A proper noun identifies a particular person, place, thing, or idea. Capitalized.Barack ObamaThe Eiffel Tower
  15. 15. Are you “the bomb” with nouns?
  16. 16. I accidentally forgot my shovel andbucket in the sand at the beach on Saturday.
  17. 17. Let’s both sit on the beach so our butts can get sand in them!
  18. 18. Your mom said to leave the rubber ducky at home.
  19. 19. I found thiscool picture on the Internet.
  20. 20. When I see my Socks, I am so full of happiness and laughter.
  21. 21. What is a noun?
  22. 22. Give an example of a concrete noun.
  23. 23. Give an example of an abstract noun.
  24. 24. What is the difference between common and proper nouns?
  25. 25. In your notebook:• Nouns name persons, places, things, or ideas.• Concrete nouns name things that the 5 senses can detect• Abstract nouns name ideas, qualities and feelings• Common nouns name any persons, places, things, and ideas• Proper nouns name particular persons, places, things, and ideas. Always capitalize proper nouns

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