Week 3 – Lesson Plan (EEL & IEW)
Purpose: Declarative, Exclamatory
Part of Speech: Nouns, Pronouns
Chart: E, F
EEL Tasks: 1-3
EEL (45 minutes)
REVIEW Chart A-D (15minutes)
- Student vs parent
- 3rd year against 3rd year
2 Sentence classifications today!
- Simple, Declarative (S-Vi) (.) = Declare a statement or express a fact or idea
- Simple, Exclamatory (S-Vi) (!) = the same as declarative except end with an exclamation mark and is spoken with more emotion.
Look at big picture today!!! Chart E & F
- Fill in details later, next 21 weeks.
Noun ????? = Names a person, place, thing, activityor idea (C2W17)
Pronoun ??????? = Replaces a noun in order to avoid repetition (C2W2)
- The “Who” & “What” of the sentence
Chart E (2 way to categorize nouns – Usages and Attributes)
- SPIDO to memorize first 5 (Latin Cycle 1 Week 1,2,13,14)
- 9 different Noun Usages
- Today we are learning how the nouns will be performing the role of subject in a sentence. (Subject Noun)
- Look at all the different attributes
Chart F – Pronouns (Personal and Other)
- Go over how they are organized.
- Practice replacing nouns w/ pronouns to become more familiar w/ how they interchange
“The dog(SN) ran.” S-Vi vs. “He(SP) ran.” S-Vi
3rd year question. What about if we change the sentence to…
“Reuben goes for a run.”
- replace SN with SP
- Is “run” still acting as a verb? (no, it is a noun and describing an activity)
- S-Vi “for a run” is a prepositional phrase
3rd year demonstrative pronoun question. Demonstrative Pronouns.
“This is my chair.” (This = dem. pronoun)
“This chair is mine.” (This = dem. adjective answers question “which” chair)
- Just because it is listed as a demonstrative pronoun does NOT mean it can’t act as something else. THIS is why it is helpful to diagram.
Analytical Task Sheet (ATS)
- Dialectic portion of Essentials (complete together student & teacher)
- All 5 sentences may be too hard for 1sttour students.
- Dictate Sentence (+3x slowly while student writes)
+Is it a sentence?
+5 components to a sentence
+Ask “who” or “what” is the sentence about?
(who wept?)=SN or SP
+Ask “what is being said about (subject) ?”
(Jesus did what?) = verb
is it transfering action? NO = verb instransative (Vi)
Look at Chart B (if we have time)
- Identify & define every noun & pronoun as a person, place, thing idea, or activity.
IEW 45minutes ( Unit 3 Retelling Narrative Stories )
- How do you create an intriguing title? (reflect 2-3 keywords from ending sentence)
- Share the title of your story.
- Share the who-which clause in your story. (SRP pg. 97-98, 155)
- Share some -ly adverbs (SRP pg. 91-96)
Decoration: Alliteration (SRP pg 131)
- 2-3 or more words, close together, begin with same sound.
- must be 3 words to count as a checklist item for paragraphs.
- can be separated by conjunctions, articles, short pronouns, or prepositions.
“gray geese in a green field grazing”
“a dull, dark, dock”
- What about ?? “giant green germs” = not same starting sounds.
- change to “giant gentle germs”
Unit 3 Retelling Narrative Stories ( SRP pg 21 )
Settings & Characters
- Stories introduce readers to the time & place of the story = SETTING
- Introduce us to the character
Conflict or Problem
- Problem, want or need of the main character
- How does the main character feel, think, etc..
Climax & Resolution
- There must be a way to solve the problem.
- Most exciting part