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Standard/Objective 601.1.1 We can identify common, proper, abstract, concrete, collective and compound nouns in order to identify if they are being used.

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1 Standard/Objective We can identify common, proper, abstract, concrete, collective and compound nouns in order to identify if they are being used correctly in a sentence.

2 Noun Sort Directions This is a group activity. 1.The words in your envelope are TYPES of nouns. 2.The nouns fall into several different categories. 3.Sort the nouns into the following categories: Common, Proper, Collective, Compound 4.Use your language textbook as a resource. 5.Use your cards to communicate with me: Green- Doing well Yellow- We need help Red- Finished

3 Noun Sort Directions 1.This is a group activity. 2.Now, sort the nouns into the following categories: Concrete Abstract 3.Use your language textbook as a resource. 5.Use your cards to communicate with me: Green- Doing well Yellow- We need help Red- Finished

4 Parts of Speech NOUNS

5 Kinds of Nouns Common Proper Concrete Abstract Collective Compound

6 PROPER NOUNS vs. COMMON NOUNS PROPER NOUNS Names a particular person, place, thing or idea Begins with a capital letter COMMON NOUNS names any one of a group of persons, places, things, or ideas generally not capitalized John Leeboy Harry Potterbook Lady Gagasinger

7 CONCRETE NOUNS vs. ABSTRACT NOUNS CONCRETE NOUNS You experience concrete nouns through your five senses: sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch. If you cannot see, hear, taste, touch, or smell something, it is not a concrete noun. ABSTRACT NOUNS Abstract nouns are like the opposite of concrete nouns. These are nouns that name things you cannot see, smell, taste, hear, or touch. They refer to emotions, ideas, concepts, beliefs, or your state of being. photograph, music, pears, rose, computer, boy, Brooklyn Bridge love, hate, patience, fun, freedom, self-esteem, curiosity, honor, wisdom, Christianity

8 Standard/Objective We can identify common, proper, abstract, concrete, collective and compound nouns in order to identify if they are being used correctly in a sentence.

9 COMPOUND NOUN A compound noun is a single noun made up of 2 or more words used together. EXAMPLES: One Wordgrandmother Hyphenated Wordmother-in-law Two Wordsgrand piano

10 COLLECTIVE NOUNS A collective noun is a word that names a group. audience committee herd quartet batch crew jury swarm class family litter team

11 Names ONE person, place, thing or idea Box, store, pencil, candy bar, cell phone Names MORE THAN ONE person, place, thing or idea. They DO NOT show ownership! Boxes, stores, pencils, keys, bottles, men, children

12 Nouns that show ownership or possession. They can be singular possessive or plural possessive. Singular possessive – The car’s bumper had a large dent. Plural possessive – Many cars’ bumpers had large dents.

13 Noun Sort Directions 1.This is an INDIVIDUAL activity. 2.Sort these nouns on your noun sort sheet. SOME NOUNS MAY BE IN MORE THAN ONE CATEGORY!! airplanededicationcar ice-creamflocklitter laughter Nissanhope

14 Challenge!! Add two of your own nouns to each column!

15 Standard/Objective We can identify common, proper, abstract, concrete, collective and compound nouns in order to identify if they are being used correctly in a sentence.

16 Closure: On an exit card, explain why the word happiness is an abstract noun and NOT a concrete noun.


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