Learning About Nouns and Capitalization
In this lesson, students will learn about nouns and capitalization. They will have a study sheet and a worksheet to do.
First, you will provide the study sheet for students to review on nouns and capitalization. Then, you will give them the worksheet for them to do. When they have completed their worksheet, you can collect them and grade them. You can also create a test for them on nouns and capitalization to see if they have mastered the concepts.
Study Sheet On Nouns
Proper nouns are nouns that name a specific person, place, or thing. These nouns are always capitalized. Missouri, California, Mrs. Jones, Kansas, The Empire State Building. All of these name a specific person or place.
Common nouns are nouns that do not name a specific person, place or thing. They are nouns like basketball, football, girl, boy, dog, cat, and other words. Common nouns are not capitalized. Worksheet on Nouns
Part One - Nouns and Capitalization
Directions: Write the words that need to be capitalized, and leave the other ones like they are.
5. tom smith
7. new york
10. freelance writer
Part Two - Nouns and Capitalization
Directions: Write five sentences using common nouns and five sentences using proper nouns. Use correct capitalization.
You can grade the students how the number of correct answers out of the total possible.
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