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Unit 3 Revising and Editing. You can do this!. Pronouns. Take place of a nouns Click on the swimmer to play a game with pronouns. Proper Nouns. Holidays: Christmas, New Year’s Day, Hanukkah, Thanksgiving Geographical areas: San Francisco, Europe, Spain, the Nile River

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Unit 3 revising and editing

Unit 3 Revising and Editing

You can do this!


Pronouns

Pronouns

Take place of a nouns

Click on the swimmer to play a game with pronouns


Proper nouns

Proper Nouns

Holidays: Christmas, New Year’s Day, Hanukkah, Thanksgiving

Geographical areas: San Francisco, Europe, Spain, the Nile River

People and pets: Mrs. Caroline Jones, Rip Van Winkle, Snoopy

Books, Newspapers, Magazines: Wuthering Heights, Atlanta Journal, Southern Living

Companies and organizations: Google, ChildFund International, General Electric

Religious terms: Christian, Methodist, Hindu, God, Allah

Places, buildings: Yellowstone National Park, Empire State Building, Ritz-Carlton

Titles: President Bush, King George, Queen Elizabeth, Judge Judy (titles are not capitalized when they’re referred to in general terms.  For example: The criminal appeared before the judge.

Languages: English, French, Italian

Brand names: Coach, Pepsi, Lucky


Proper nouns1

Proper Nouns

Click on the picture to watch the video clip

Click on the brain to go to brain pop!


Possessive nouns

Possessive Nouns

Add an apostrophe s (‘s) to a singular noun to show possession

Ex. The girl’s dress was pretty.

If the noun is plural, add an apostrophe after the s (s’)

Ex. The three girls’ dresses were yellow.

If the plural noun does not end in s add an apostrophe s (‘s)

The children’s shirts were red.


Possessive nouns1

Possessive Nouns

Click on the pictures to practice with possessive nouns


Regular verbs

Regular Verbs

  • Regular Verbs

    • Add “ed” to a regular verb to show that something happened in the past

  • What are some examples of regular verbs?

  • Helping Verbs

    • You can also use helping verbs “have” “has” or “had” to show past tense

      Ex. She has packed a lunch.

      Waves have pounded the shore.

      Penguins had jumped in the water.


Irregular verbs

Irregular Verbs

  • Past tense forms do not end in “ed”

  • These spellings must be studied and memorized

    (they do not follow a specific pattern)

  • Click on the Farris wheel to play!


Participles and participle phrases

Participles and participle phrases

  • Verb form used as an adjective

  • Past participle – add “ed”

    ex. The ants made bricks out of chewed dirt.

  • Present participle – add “ing”

    ex. The growing puppy needed food.

  • Participle phrase – group of words that describe the noun

  • ex.Leaving the press conference, the politician felt confident about her answers.


What is the participle phrase

What is the participle phrase?

What is the phrase and what does the phrase describe?

A memo sent to all the employees was well received.

The teacher's best lesson delivered to his eighth graders dealt with theme.

My dad's present, bought by his sisters, was a gold watch.

Acclaimed by many critics as the year's best movie, The Sound of Music won many awards.

The Sound of Music, acclaimed by many critics as the year's best movie, won many awards.


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