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Lesson Plan for Kinds of adjectives

 Students' Learning Outcomes

Classify adjectives of quantity, quality, size, shape, colour and origin.

Information for Teachers




  • Adjectives are describing words. They tell us more about nouns, for example, Ali (noun) is brave (adjective) boy. In this example 'brave' is telling us more about 'Ali'.
  • Adjectives are of different kinds. They are of quantity, quality, size, shape, colour and origin.
  • While teaching the lesson, the teacher should also consult textbook at all steps where and when applicable.

Material / Resources

board, chalk/marker, textbook, pencil, flower, ball, cap, bag
Introduction

Show the students a ball and ask them to describe it by using different adjectives. Record the responses of the students on the board. Ask them to tell about its colour, shape, size, quality and it is made in which country, for example, China, Pakistan, etc.




When they have described the ball show them a bag (your bag, any student's bag) and ask them to describe it.



blue / brown / black, soft / hard, nice / attractive, made of fine / thick material, Chinese / Pakistani, small / big etc,
  • Then ask them to describe a flower.




• Same activity can be repeated with other objects like comb, table, chair, flower, duster or anything easily available in the classroom.

Development

Activity 1

  • Tell the students that adjectives are describing words which describe a noun or a pronoun.
  • Draw the following table on the board and explain different kinds of adjectives.


  • This table can be displayed in the class for help of the students.
  • Refer back to the introductory activity and tell them how they have already been told about these kinds of adjectives.
Activity 2
  • Ask the students to copy the following table in their notebooks. They must work in pairs and think about any three things and fill the table with different kinds of adjectives.
  • The first one is done as an example.





Activity 3

  • Ask the students to prepare a 4-6 line conversation between a father and a child. The father calls from the market to ask what kind of a toy the child wants, and the child gives details.
For example:
Father: Amna, I am at the toy store I have forgotten what kind of a doll you wanted.
Amna: Father, I want a big doll,
Father: I can see one wearing a pink dress, is that okay?
Amna: No, get me one wearing purple dress.
Father: The purple one is made of cloth.
Amna: Yes, that's fine. I like such dolls because they are soft
Father: Okay, I am going to buy it for you now.
Amna: Thank you, father.

Sum up / Conclusion

Briefly discuss the different types of adjectives with examples.

Assessment

  • Ask the students to underline the adjectives in the following sentences and then tell to which kind of adjectives they belong.

1. I have a small cupboard.
2. It is an empty bottle.
3. I like fresh fruit/juice.
4. My cat has blue eyes.
5. The tiger has sharp teeth.
6. I do not like round tables.
7. She needs some flowers to decorate the wall.

Answers:
(small, empty, fresh, blue, sharp, round,
some)
  • Involve the students in solving the problems given in the exercise at the end of unit/chapter.
Follow up

  • Ask them to write five adjectives about any of their toys like doll, car, bat, etc. or any animal they like.
  • Ask the students to add adjectives in the following sentences to make them more interesting.
1. I cannot drive your ______________ car,
2. She went to the store to buy _______________ bread.
3. I saw a _____________ bird.
4. We ate ________________  pizza.
5. I have a _______________ bag.







Lesson Plan for Singular and Plural Nouns

 Students Learning Outcomes

1- Change the number of regular and irregular nouns.

2-Recognize and use nouns with no change in number.

Information for Teachers

1. The plural of nouns is usually formed by adding 's' to a singular noun. 

Examples: lamp/lamps, flower/flowers, fork/forks, pen/pens, cat/cats

2. Nouns ending in s, x, z, o, ch, and sh form the plural by adding -es.

Examples: moss/mosses, box/boxes, buzz/buzzes, potato/potatoes, dish/dishes, lunch/lunches

3. Nouns ending in y preceded by a vowel form their plurals by adding s.

Examples: day days, toy/toys, valley/valleys

4. Nouns ending in y preceded by a consonantare formed into a plural by changing y to-les.

Examples: lady/ladies, city/cities, baby/babies 

5. There are some nouns that form the plurals differently. Some nouns change their vowels in the middle of the singular form when forming the plural.

Examples: goose/geese, foot/feet, man/men

2. Several nouns form the plural by adding the letters -en.

Examples: ox/oxen, child/children

7. There are a number of animals that have the same singular and plural form.

Examples: deer/deer, sheep/sheep, fish/fish


While teaching the lesson, the teacher should also consult textbook at all steps where and when applicable.

Duration/Number of periods

40 mins/1 Period

Material/Resources required

chalk/marker, board, worksheet

Introduction

*Divide the whole class into three teams; A, B, C. Draw two columns on the blackboard. Write Singular on top of the first column. Write Plural on top of second column.

*Write a singular noun in the first column and ask a student from the team A to come to the blackboard and write it's plural. If he/she writes correct, the team scores a point.

*Write a plural noun in the second column and ask a student from the team B to corne to the blackboard and write its singular. If he/she writes correct, the team scores a point.

*Repeat with team C. Write a mix of regular and irregular nouns. Continue for as long as time allows.

*The team which scores more points wins. The members of the winning team receive coloured stars on their class work or home work.

Development 

Activity 1

*Ask students if they can recall some nouns which do not change number when making plural. Encourage the students if they give correct examples.

*Write a sentence on the blackboard using an irregular noun as singular. (For example: My uncle found a deer in jungle.)

*Ask students: Is "a deer" singular or plural? (Students learned indefinite article in grade 3. Therefore, they should be able to recognize it as singular).

*Write a sentence on the blackboard using the same noun as plural. (For example: My uncle found many deer in jungle.)

*Tell the students that "deer" is used as a plural in the sentence.

*Give students five irregular nouns that do not change in number when pluralized. Ask them to make sentences using the nouns as singular

*When students finish making sentences, ask them to use the same nouns in sentences as plural.

*If students do not finish the work in the class, ask them to complete it at home.

Conclusion/Sum up

Go over the regular and irregular nouns and their plurals. Ask from the students the plurals of some irregular nouns that do not change in number when pluralized.

Assessment

*Assess how well students remember the rules for changing number of regular and irregular nouns in the introduction activity.

*Check students' understanding of using irregular nouns that do not change number through the activity 1.

*Check students' ability to recognize singular and plural forms of irregular nouns with no change in number through the follow up activity.

*Involve the students in solving problems given in the exercise at the end of unit/chapter.

Follow-up

Write five sentences (see sample sentences) on the blackboard. Explain the task to the students. Give this activity as home assignment or it can be done in the next class.

Worksheet - Activity 3

Write in the blank whether the underlined noun is used as singular or plural.

1. The sheep is very healthy.

2. Deer were running fast.

3. I have a golden fish in my pond.

4. That is a big herd of sheep.

5. My mother has long hair.

Answer key

Singular, 2. Plural, 3. Singular, 4. Plural, 5. Plural


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Lesson Plan for Common and Proper Noun

 SLOs :

 

At the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

 

     Recognize general naming words as “common nouns” and “particular naming words” as “proper nouns”.

     Classify nouns in these two categories: common and proper nouns, names of people, pets, places, cities, months etc.

 

Resource Material:

 

Book, white board, board marker, duster, worksheet, chart etc.

 

Methodology:

 

Teachers will follow activity based teaching methods.

 

Introduction:

                            As students already know about nouns, so , teacher will tell them that they are going to learn about common and proper nouns. It is also a kind of “Noun”.

 

New Material:

 

Teacher will explain to students that;

 

"The name of a common person, place or thing is called a common noun."

 

Common means general, shared by all. For example; girl is the name common for all girls in the world. Same is the case with boys, school, city, chair, river, bus etc.

 

Common nouns do not begin with a capital letter unless they start a sentence.


Examples: country, chair, month, school, city etc.

 

Proper nouns are the specific names of people, places and things. They begin with the capital letters. Examples: Ali, Sara, Govt High School, America, Lahore, Minar e Pakistan etc.

 

Individual Activity:

                            Teacher will distribute some flashcards with pictures of different places and things. She will draw two columns on board and then call the students one by one to come and write the names of things or places they have in the relevant columns of common and proper nouns. Flash cards will be based on the pictures of National Park, Badshahi Mosque, Sana( girl), table, bag, car and pen.

 

Activity 2:

 

Teacher will encourage students and ask them to think of at least 3 proper and 3 common nouns from their surroundings and tell them in front of the class one by one. Students will be appreciated by doing so.

 

Group Activity:

                                      Teacher will divide students into pairs and give them worksheets for each of pair. She will ask them to read sentences carefully in the reference to pictures and after that underline each common and proper noun by writing PN for proper and CN for common nouns. Meanwhile, the teacher will monitor students to make sure that every student is participating equally.

 

Sentences:

 

            This is a Yellow car.

 

            Dog’s name is Mickey.

 

            Go to the Skin Specialist.

 

            I like to eat ice cream.

 

            I live in a city.

 

            I visited Nathia Gali with my friends.

 

Group Activity 2:

 

Teacher will read a paragraph from the book page number 62, and ask the students to listen to it carefully, after that she will instruct them to find common and proper nouns by each group that was created.

 

Recapitulation:

 

Teachers will repeat the concept and ask some questions about different places or things to be classified as common or proper nouns by clarifying their mistakes.


          Is Minar e Pakistan a common or proper noun?

 

          Is horse a common or proper noun?

 

          Is an English book a common or proper noun?

 

Follow up:

 

At the end of the lesson the teacher will assign them homework by writing some sentences on the board and ask them to classify the underlined words into common and proper nouns.

 

     Sentences :

 

            I made a cake for my mother.

 

            There is a Masjid near my house.

 

             Allama Iqbal is our National poet.

 

            She likes to play with dolls.

 

            Ali is a good cricketer.

 

            They went to Faisal Masjid.


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Lesson Plan for Conjunction

Class:             5th

Subject:        English

Topic:            Conjunction

Duration:     35 Minutes

SLO:

                       Demonstrate & use of joining words learnt earlier.

 

MATERIALS:   (A.V Aids)

                           Board, Chalk, Marker, Duster, Text Book, Flash Cards

 

INTRODUCTION:

A conjunction is a word which connects words, group of words or sentences.

And, Or, But, So, Because, These, are the examples of conjunction words.


 ASK THE STUDENTS:

1.     Ask two of their favorite fruit names?

2.     What are their indoor and outdoor games & what do they like most?

3.     Write some sentences on the board and then underline the conjunction words.

For example:

ü I like mangoes and oranges.

ü I like to play badminton and cricket.

ü You can either come with me or walk home.

In these examples “and”  “OR” are conjunctions which connects two sentences.


 NEW MATERIAL:

Today’s lesson is about “Conjunction”.

A Conjunction is a word that joins two words, phrases or clauses of equal rank. It shows information about time, reason, agreement, disagreement or order of events.

Conjunction join words, group of words or sentences.

Sentence Examples:

ü She was sick and tired.

ü Do you want to play football or hockey?

ü We went to Islamabad and saw the Faisal Masjid.

Words Examples:

ü Tea and coffee

ü Rubber and pencil

Group of words:

ü Football, hockey, cricket, and badminton,

ü Sunflower or lotus                                                                                         



 ACTIVITY NO. 1

Write different types of conjunctions on the board and ask the students to use them in the sentences in their notebooks.


 ACTIVITY NO.2

Ask the students to write a paragraph on “My favorite personality” using appropriate conjunctions.


 CLASS ASSESSMENT:

Ask the students following questions:

        What are the conjunctions:

        Ask the students to complete the sentences by choosing the suitable conjunctions from the options which are given.

1.     We decided to play cricket but weather got worst, so my friends came as well.

2.     Ali loves to sing songs because he has a good voice.


 HOME WORK:

Ask the students to find out five conjunctions from their textbooks and make sentences in their notebooks.

 

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Lesson Plan for Kinds of Adjectives

 

Class: 5th                                                           Time:  45min                                                                    

Total Students =30                                             Subject: English                                                              


SLO:-

Identify kinds of adjectives e.g., quality, quantity size, color shape and origin.

Material (A.V Aids)

Board, Chalk, Marker, textbook, Pencil


Introduction:-

Warm up:-

Ask the students:

What is the color of your bag, dress?

What is the size of different animals?

What is the shape of different things in the classroom?

Questions can be asked out their uniform/ shoes or books to further clarify the concept.


New Material:-

Today lesson about “Kinds of Adjective”

Adjective are describing words. They tell us more about nouns for example.

Color: - it describes the color of noun. Red, Pink, Etc.

Size: - it describes size of noun. Small, big, etc.

Shape: - it describes shape of noun. Round, oral, etc.

Quality: - it describes the characteristics of noun, hones.

Origin:-it describes where someone from. Pakistan.

Quantity: - it describes the quantity of noun. How much.


Development – Brainstorming Activities:-

Activity No 1:- Write different adjectives word on the board by eliciting from students. Ask the students to choose adjective from them. Then instruct them to write them in columns of quality size, color, origin, origin.

Activity 2:- ask the students to collect different colors, size, and quality of things. Then touch everything if it is soft or hard looks at class and tells if it is clean and dirty. Ask them to note everything in their note book.


Assessment:-

Put the following adjectives in the correct boxes

Intelligent, large, yellow, American, two, few, round







Quality           Shape                   Colour                 Origin                    Size                        Quantity

 

 

 

Home Work

Ask the students to use the following adjectives in sentences.

Black, Big, Good, Small, Pakistan, Five     


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Lesson Plan for Asking Questions in Simple Present

Lesson Plan for Common and Proper Noun

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Lesson Plan for Noun, Common Noun and Proper Noun

 

Subject: English                               Grade/Class: Three

Duration: 40 minutes                        Topic: Noun

Learning Objectives:

·     1- Learners will be able to understand the noun.

·     2- Learners will be able to recognize the common and proper noun.

Resources: Text Book, Board, Charts and Classroom Objects

Methodology Activities:

Stage 1: Introduction / Recap:

This lesson will start with an activity. Learners will be asked to name the things in classroom. Learners will answer the questions. For example: What is in your hand? On which thing you are sitting? What is in front of you?

Further More, Some Examples:

Name the children in class?

Name the things in class?

Name the days of week.

Stage 2: Development

Teacher will tell the students that the names of different people, places, animals and things are nouns. Teacher will tell the students that nouns are of two types. Teacher will ask one student that what type of noun is coil? Common or proper? What is the name of your school? Is that a common or proper noun? Teacher will tell the students that proper noun start with capital letter. Then teacher will ask about the classroom thing. While type of noun is this?

Stage 3: Individual Activity

In this activity students will be instructed to solve the activity on book page no 20. Match the words with their pictures. Then teacher will eft the students to read the sentences, find the noun and write them down in the notebook.

Stage 4: Group Activity

Teacher will write down some sentences on board and ask the student to come on board, find the noun in the sentences and circle them. Example:1 Ali is a good boy, 2.The name of my school is Bright Future School.

Then teacher will play a game with students. Stand up and Sit Down Game. Teacher will instruct the students when one student will say down the common noun, the other students will stand up, and when the he will say proper noun the students will sit down.

There will be the practice of common and proper noun will a lot of naming words.

Stage 5: Conclusion/Wrap-Up

End of lesson teacher will check if objectives were met and he will gave some tasks to students to perform at home. For example, student will be assigned work to prepare a list of ten proper noun and ten common nouns. 


Lesson Plan 2

 

Topic: Common and proper noun.

 

Objectives: Student will be able to

v Define common and proper noun.

v Differentiate between common and proper noun.

 

AIDS / Material:

                              White board, marker, charts, note book and pencils.

 

Methodology:         Activity based teaching.

 

Warm up / Brainstorming:

          Show the pictures to students and ask them what they are looking and what are their names? Ask them to differentiate between general and specific things.

 

Introduction:

          Show different thing and ask them their names and say student name of different things are called noun.

          Begin the lesson with definition of common and proper names to clear the concept.

          The name of common person place or thing is called as a specific person place or thing is called as proper noun.

          The name of a specific person place or thing is called as proper noun.

Ask some questions to clear the concept.

v Which noun is always capitalized, common or Proper?

v Is your name Common or Proper noun?

Individual Activity:

          Write these sentences on your note books and underline the Common and Proper noun.

v I made a cake for my Mother.

v There is a Masjid near my House.

v Allama Iqbal is our national Poet.

v She like to play with doll.

v They went to Faisal Masjid.

For Common noun = CN

       Proper noun     = PN

Group Activity:-

(i)      Make two groups of class A and B and write to Common and 10 proper nouns.

(ii)     Show 10 things on Flash Cards to the class and ask them randomly the names of these randomly the names of these things Common or Proper.

For Example:

Allama Iqbal

Masjid

River

Book etc

 

Assessment:

          Ask students to answer the following questions.

What is noun?

What is difference between common and proper noun?

          Select the short paragraph from the book and ask the student Capitalize the proper nouns.

Follow up / Home Work:

          Student will be prepare a chart. On which, they will write the proper nouns of person, animal, place and also paste their pictures.


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