Unit 2 Lesson 10 Grammar Skills Subject and Object

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Harcourt Journeys:
Grammar Skills
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Unit 2: Lesson 10
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This week’s skills:
Part 1: Subject and Object Pronouns
Part 2: Reflexive Pronouns
Part 3: Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement
Part 4: Plural Nouns
Part 5: Sentence Fluency
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Subject and Object Pronouns
Part 1: PowerPoint Lesson
Part 2: Projectable 10.6
Part 3: Practice Book Page 115
Part 4: Adapted Worksheets
Pronouns Worksheets
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Part 1: Subject and Object
Pronouns
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Click to view: Pronouns -What They Are & Why We Have Them
Click to view: Personal Pronouns
Click to view: Pronoun Introduction and Pronoun Agreement
SUM IT UP
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A pronoun is a word
that takes the place of
one or more nouns.
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Personal pronouns are
used most often. They
refer to people or
things.
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Watch this video from
School House Rock. Make
a list of the pronouns that
you hear.
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Click to view: School House Rock Pronouns
School House Rock Video:
http://kmott.wikispaces.com/Gram
mar+Rock+Pronoun
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What are some pronouns
that heard during the
video?
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PRONOUN
ID
PRACTICE
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Identifying Pronouns
Practice: Balloon Pop!
http://www.softschools.co
m/language_arts/gramma
r/pronoun/balloon_game/
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In today’s lesson, we’re
going to learn about
subject and object
pronouns.
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SUBJECT
PR0NOUNS
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A subject pronoun is
used as the subject of
the sentence.
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Subject pronouns tell
who or what does the
action.
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Hint: They’re usually
found in the beginning
of the sentence.
Ex.
She is my best friend.
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Subject pronouns include
words like:
I, you, we, he, she,
it, they
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Practice: Read
the sentence
and tell the
subject
pronoun(s)
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It is my dog.
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Does he know the
answer?
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You and I will meet later?
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OBJECT
PRONOUNS
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An object pronoun tells
who or what receives
the action.
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Hint: They’re usually
found near the end of
the sentence. It usually
comes after the verb.
Ex.
Give the book to me.
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Object pronouns include
words like:
me, us, you, it, him, her,
them
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Practice: Read
the sentence
and tell the
object
pronoun(s)
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The teacher gave you a
reminder.
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I will tell you a story.
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Susan read it to them.
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MORE
PRACTICE!
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Harcourt Go Grammar Gold:
Subject and Object Pronouns
http://www.harcourtschool.
com/activity/trophies/go_fo
r_gold/content_builder/dsw
media/g3_subject_object_pr
onouns/nadia.htm
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BBC Personal Pronouns
Practice:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/skills
wise/game/en27pron-gamepersonal-pronouns-treasurehunt
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Harcourt Subject and Object
Pronouns: Life on the
Pronoun Reef
http://www.harcourtschool.
com/activity/sea_park/index
_pre.html
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Projectable 10.6
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Turn your Practice Book to
page 115.
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Adapted Practice:
Pronoun Worksheets
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Reflexive Pronouns:
Part 1: PowerPoint Lesson
Part 2: Projectable 10.7
Part 3: Practice Book Page 116
Part 4: Adapted Worksheets
Reflexive Pronouns
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Part 2: Reflexive
Pronouns
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A pronoun is a word
that takes the place of
one or more nouns.
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In today’s lesson, we’re
going to learn about
reflexive pronouns.
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Reflexive pronouns are
personal pronouns that
have “-self” or “-selves”
added to the end.
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EXAMPLE
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Emily baked the cookies
by herself.
Each personal pronoun has it’s own
reflexive form:
Personal Pronoun
Reflexive Pronoun
I
you (singular)
myself
yourself
You (plural)
he
she
yourselves
himself
herself
it
we
they
itself
ourselves
themselves
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Practice: Read
the sentence
and tell the
reflexive
pronoun(s)
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We dressed ourselves for
the Halloween party.
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I can do this by myself.
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Henry hurt himself at
practice.
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MORE
PRACTICE!
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REFLEXIVE PRONOUN
PRACTICE:
http://www.usingenglish.c
om/quizzes/62.html
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REFLEXIVE PRONOUN
PRACTICE:
http://www.englishexercis
es.org/makeagame/viewg
ame.asp?id=1327
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MORE REFLEXIVE
PRONOUN PRACTICE: 21
QUESTIONS
http://a4esl.org/q/j/tm/fbreflexive.html
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Projectable 10.7
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Turn your Practice Book to
page 116.
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Adapted Practice:
Reflexive Pronouns
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Pronoun- Antecedent Agreement:
Part 1: PowerPoint Lesson
Part 2: Projectable 10.8
Part 3: Practice Book Page 117
Part 4: Adapted Worksheet
Pronoun Antecedent Worksheet
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Part 3: Pronoun
Antecedent Agreement
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Click on the link to watch
the Brain Pop Video:
http://www.brainpop.com/english/gramm
ar/personalpronouns/preview.weml
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Today, we are going to
study pronoun-antecedent
agreement.
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Click this presentation to learn
about pronouns and
antecedents:
Pronoun-Antecedent
Agreement
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Click this presentation to learn
some rules for pronounantecedent agreement:
Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement
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Click this presentation to practice
what you’ve learned:
Quick Test
Directions: Find and fix the errors.
1.
At the zoo, every lion, tiger, leopard,
bear, snake, and crocodile roared
their
its approval when the mean child
slipped in a puddle and cracked his
head on the sidewalk.
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MORE
PRACTICE!
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PRONOUN-ANTECEDENT
AGREEMENT PRACTICE:
CAR RALLY
http://gotkidsgames.com/
hom/pronounAgree.html
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PRONOUN-ANTECEDENT
AGREEMENT PRACTICE:
http://wwwnew.towson.e
du/ows/exercisepaagr.htm
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Projectable 10.8
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Turn your Practice Book to
page 117.
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Adapted Practice:
Pronoun Antecedent
Agreement
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Plural Nouns:
Part 1: PowerPoint Lesson
Part 2: Practice Book Page 118
Part 3: Adapted Worksheets
Plural Noun Worksheets
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Part 4: Plural Nouns
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Click on the link to watch
the Brain Pop Jr. Video:
http://www.brainpopjr.com/readingandwriting/
word/pluralnouns/
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Singular
Noun
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A singular noun
names one
person, place, or
thing.
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Plural
Noun
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A plural noun
names more than
one person, place,
or thing.
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Plural
Noun
Rules
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There are five
rules to help us
make nouns
plural.
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Rule #1
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Rule #1: Most
nouns show more
than one by
adding the letter s
to the word.
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EXAMPLES
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pets
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chips
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Rule #2
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Rule #2: If a noun
ends in s, x, z, sh,
or ch, add -es to
make it more than
one.
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EXAMPLES
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buses
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boxes
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buzzes
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bushes
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churches
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Rule #3
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Rule #3: If a noun
ends in y and it
comes after a
consonant,
change the y to i
and add -es.
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EXAMPLES
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puppies
y
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cityies
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families
y
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Rule #4
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Rule #4: If a noun
ends in y and it
comes after a
vowel, just add s.
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EXAMPLES
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e
boys
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e
day s
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e
monkeys
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Rule #5
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Rule #5: If a
noun ends in f,
change the f to v
and add -es.
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EXAMPLES
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f
wolves
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f
shelves
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f
selves
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Irregular
Plural
Nouns
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Irregular plurals
do not follow the
rules.
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Many irregular
plurals make new
words.
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EXAMPLES
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e
ox oxen
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e
buffalo
bison
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e
foot
feet
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e
tooth
teeth
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e
goose
geese
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e
mouse
mice
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e
louse
lice
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e
cactus
cacti
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e
man
men
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e
woman
women
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e
child
children
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e
person
people
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Some irregular
plurals stay the
same in the plural
form.
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EXAMPLES
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e
sheep
sheep
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e
fish
fish
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e
moose
moose
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e
deer
deer
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e
elk
elk
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PRACTICE!
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HARCOURT GAME:
GRAMMAR GOLD PLURAL
NOUNS
http://www.harcourtschool.
com/activity/language_arts/
goforgold/content_builder/d
swmedia/g2c8/nadia.htm
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HARCOURT GAME: PLURAL
PLAY TIC TAC TOE
http://www.harcourtscho
ol.com/activity/plural/ind
ex_pre.html
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HARCOURT GAME – CLUB
HOUSE: MAKE THE
SINGULAR NOUN PLURAL
http://www.harcourtschool.
com/activity/plural_noun/in
dex.html
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Turn your Practice Book to
page 118.
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Adapted Practice:
Plural Noun Sheets
1. School of Fish
2. On the Go
3. Stepping Up
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Sentence Fluency:
Part 1: Practice Book Page 119
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Part 5: Sentence
Fluency
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Turn your Practice Book to
page 119.
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How did you do?
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