Monday, March 10, 2014

Indefinite Pronouns

1. IWBAT edit sentences to ensure that verbs agree with subjects that include indefinite pronouns.
2. IWBAT correctly use indefinite pronouns in my writing.

1. Do Now & Homework CheckReinventing the Library (TFK)

2. Read The Hunger Games: Chapter 10 -- pp. 132-146 (audiobook part 1 -- 3:58:35 to 4:24:52)

3. Pronouns: Review what pronouns are and learn about different types of pronouns by examining the comic below:
  • Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns.
  • Personal pronouns are words that take the place of certain people that are known 
    • examples: I, he, she, they, we, it
  • Possessive pronouns are pronouns that show possession (ownership)
    • examples: my, his, her, their, our, its

4. Introduction/Video: Watch a video that introduces indefinite pronouns:

5. Notes: Complete notes on your reference sheet.
  • Indefinite pronouns are words that take the place of an unspecified (or unknown) person or thing.
    • Some indefinite pronouns are always singular:
      • example: Every person knows how to tie his shoes.
    • Some indefinite pronouns are always plural:
      • example: Both of the students know how to simplify fractions.
    • Some indefinite pronouns are sometimes singular and sometimes plural.
      • If the indefinite pronoun refers to part of something, they are singular.
        • The noun following the indefinite pronoun will usually be singular.
        • example: All of the class knows how to identify pronouns.
      • If the indefinite pronoun refers to multiple things, they are plural.
        • The noun following the indefinite pronoun will usually be plural.
        • example: All of the students know how to select the appropriate verb.

6. Practice with Indefinite Pronouns: identify whether an indefinite pronouns is always singular, always plural, or depends (=either) -- none means it's not an indefinite pronouns

7. Guided Practice: Complete the guided practice activity on Socrative (room number: kba).

8. Independent Practice: Now, you will complete additional practice on Socrative on your own.

9. Exit Ticket: Finally, take your exit ticket on Socrative.

If you finish early:
  • Get Help: Review the content from today's lesson: Click Here or Click Here
  • More practice: Continue practicing with subject/verb agreement: Activity 1 / Activity 2 / Activity 3
  • Watch a corny videoIf you have your own headphones, you can watch a video with a song of the indefinite pronouns: Click Here
  • TeenBiz3000: Complete today's activity on TeenBiz.

HomeworkIndefinite Pronouns

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