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Prepared by: Kate M. Mendoza
I. OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to:
A. Give examples of nouns
B. Know the meaning of noun
C. Identify the proper and common nouns
D. Show cooperation in every given task
II. SUBJECT MATTER
A. Topic: Nouns
B. References: https://www.oysterenglish.com/nouns.html
C. Materials:
III. PROCEDURE
TEACHER’S ACTIVITY
STUDENT’S ACTIVITY
Good morning class!
Pre-activity/Motivation:
I am going to ask you some questions and I
want you to write your answers on your
notebook.
1. Who is your favorite artist on TV?
2. Where is the farthest place you’ve
been?
3. Do you have a pet? What is its name?
4. What are the things that you can see
inside your room?
Good morning teacher!
(Students will write their answers on their
notebook.)
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Now, look at the words that you have written
on your notebook. What can you say about
those words? What are they?
During activity:
Yes, very good. Those are names. And those
names are what we call NOUNS.
So today, we are going to learn about nouns.
The words or names that you wrote on your
notebook are examples of nouns.
Guide Questions:
1. What are the names of people that you
have written on your notebook?
2. How about places? Have you written
names of places?
3. Animals?
4. Things?
Here are other examples:
- Joseph, grandmother, teacher (people)
- Boracay, France, school (places)
- book, ball, pizza (things)
- cat, lion, fish (animals)
- love, happiness (ideas)
Now that we already know the meaning and
examples of nouns, how about its types? Do
you know that noun has its types?
A noun will fit into several types, not just one.
And this time, we will talk about the common
noun and proper noun.
Those are names.
(Students will answer the questions. Answers
may vary.)
Yes
A noun is a word which names a
person, place, things, animals, or
ideas.
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a. Common nouns name general
people, places, things, animals, and
ideas
b. Proper nouns name specific people,
places, things, and ideas. The first
letter of proper nouns is normally
capitalized.
Post activity:
Let’s look at the examples I have given a while
ago. Can you identify the proper nouns? What
about the common nouns?
- Joseph, grandmother, teacher (people)
- Boracay, France, school (places)
- book, ball, pizza (things)
- cat, lion, fish (animals)
- love, happiness (ideas)
Did you find it easy to identify the proper and
common nouns? Or did you find it hard?
One clue to easily determine whether it’s a
proper noun or a common noun is to look at its
first letter. If it is small letter, it is a common
noun. But if it has a capitalized first letter, it is
always a proper noun.
Example:
1. Joseph goes to school every
weekday.
Joseph goes to school every
weekday.
- The circled word is a proper noun.
Joseph goes to school every
weekday.
- The underlined word is a common
noun.
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IV. EVALUATION
PROPER OR COMMON NOUNS?
Classify the nouns in the correct group.
McDonalds
Anthony
car
Karla
scissors
mother
Spain
grandfather
paper
Toyota
America
balloon
shoes
teacher
radio
Sarah
Africa
book
beach
violin
Common Nouns
V. ASSIGNMENT

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Prepared by: Kate M. Mendoza I. OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to: A. B. C. D. II. Give examples of nouns Know the meaning of noun Identify the proper and common nouns Show cooperation in every given task SUBJECT MATTER A. Topic: Nouns B. References: https://www.oysterenglish.com/nouns.html C. Materials: III. PROCEDURE TEACHER’S ACTIVITY Good morning class! STUDENT’S ACTIVITY Good morning teacher! Pre-activity/Motivation: I am going to ask you some questions and I want you to write your answers on your notebook. 1. Who is your favorite artist on TV? 2. Where is the farthest place you’ve been? 3. Do you have a pet? What is its name? 4. What are the things that you can see inside your room? (Students will write their answers on their notebook.) Now, look at the words that you have written on your notebook. What can you say about those words? What are they? Those are names. During activity: Yes, very good. Those are names. And those names are what we call NOUNS. So today, we are going to learn about nouns. A noun is a word which names a person, place, things, animals, or ideas. The words or names that you wrote on your notebook are examples of nouns. Guide Questions: 1. What are the names of people that you have written on your notebook? 2. How about places? Have you written names of places? 3. Animals? 4. Things? (Students will answer the questions. Answers may vary.) Here are other examples: - Joseph, grandmother, teacher (people) Boracay, France, school (places) book, ball, pizza (things) cat, lion, fish (animals) love, happiness (ideas) Now that we already know the meaning and examples of nouns, how about its types? Do you know that noun has its types? A noun will fit into several types, not just one. And this time, we will talk about the common noun and proper noun. Yes a. Common nouns name general people, places, things, animals, and ideas b. Proper nouns name specific people, places, things, and ideas. The first letter of proper nouns is normally capitalized. Post activity: Let’s look at the examples I have given a while ago. Can you identify the proper nouns? What about the common nouns? - Joseph, grandmother, teacher (people) Boracay, France, school (places) book, ball, pizza (things) cat, lion, fish (animals) love, happiness (ideas) Did you find it easy to identify the proper and common nouns? Or did you find it hard? One clue to easily determine whether it’s a proper noun or a common noun is to look at its first letter. If it is small letter, it is a common noun. But if it has a capitalized first letter, it is always a proper noun. Example: 1. Joseph goes to school every weekday. Joseph goes to school every weekday. - The circled word is a proper noun. Joseph goes to school every weekday. - The underlined word is a common noun. IV. EVALUATION PROPER OR COMMON NOUNS? Classify the nouns in the correct group. McDonalds scissors paper shoes Africa Proper Nouns V. ASSIGNMENT Anthony mother Toyota teacher book car Spain America radio beach Karla grandfather balloon Sarah violin Common Nouns Name: Description: ...
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