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Nouns nouns nouns

NOUNS, NOUNS, NOUNS

Common, Proper, Concrete & Abstract


Journal nouns

Write a paragraph about your first week at Anderson. Write it as if you were writing to a friend your age who has never been here. Include emotions, sensory imagery, descriptions, and figurative language. How did you feel about being a freshman? Were you lost? What did you think of your teachers, classes, and peers? This paragraph should be 4-5 good sentences and take up approximately half a page. Use complete words and appropriate language.

JOURNAL: “NOUNS”


A noun is a word that names something person place thing or idea
A it as if you were writing to a friend your age who has never been here. Include emotions, sensory imagery, descriptions, and figurative language. How did you feel about being a freshman? Were you lost? What did you think of your teachers, classes, and peers? This paragraph should be 4-5 noun is a word that names something: person, place, thing, or idea


A common noun names any one of a class of people places or things they are not capitalized

  • My it as if you were writing to a friend your age who has never been here. Include emotions, sensory imagery, descriptions, and figurative language. How did you feel about being a freshman? Were you lost? What did you think of your teachers, classes, and peers? This paragraph should be 4-5 momloves to cook.

  • My teacheris so funny.

A common noun names any one of a class of people, places, or things. They are not capitalized.

blocks

horse

trombone


A proper noun names a specific person place or thing these types of nouns are capitalized

  • Hey, it as if you were writing to a friend your age who has never been here. Include emotions, sensory imagery, descriptions, and figurative language. How did you feel about being a freshman? Were you lost? What did you think of your teachers, classes, and peers? This paragraph should be 4-5 Mom, can you pick me up?

  • Ms. Raymondis so funny.

A propernoun names a specific person, place, or thing. These types of nouns are capitalized.

The Beatles

University of Texas

Lamborghini


Search for common proper nouns
Search for common & proper nouns it as if you were writing to a friend your age who has never been here. Include emotions, sensory imagery, descriptions, and figurative language. How did you feel about being a freshman? Were you lost? What did you think of your teachers, classes, and peers? This paragraph should be 4-5

  • Underline the words used as nouns in the following paragraph. Identify the nouns using P for proper nouns and C for common nouns.

  • My favorite part of school is lunch. Yesterday, Deanna forgot her wallet in her car so she

  • had to buy lunch from the cafeteria. She had meatloaf and mashed potatoes. Mr. Jack,

  • a really nice lunch server, gave her an extra cookie, so she was pretty happy. Anderson

  • has a good lunch, but I wanted Whataburger. I hopped in my Jeep and drove to get a

  • patty melt. It was delicious! And don’t worry, I didn’t forget the fancy ketchup!


Search for common & proper nouns it as if you were writing to a friend your age who has never been here. Include emotions, sensory imagery, descriptions, and figurative language. How did you feel about being a freshman? Were you lost? What did you think of your teachers, classes, and peers? This paragraph should be 4-5

  • Underline the words used as nouns in the following paragraph. Identify the nouns using Pfor proper nouns and Cfor common nouns.

  • My favorite part of school is lunch. Yesterday, Deanna forgot her walletin her car so she

  • had to buy lunch from the cafeteria. She had meatloaf and mashed potatoes. Mr. Jack,

  • a really nice lunch server, gave her an extra cookie, so she was pretty content. Anderson

  • has a good lunch, but I wanted Whataburger. I hopped in my Jeep and drove to get a

  • patty melt. It was delicious! And don’t worry, I didn’t forget the fancy ketchup!

  • How many proper nouns did you find? How many common nouns?


Concrete nouns name something you can see touch taste hear or smell can be common or proper
Concrete it as if you were writing to a friend your age who has never been here. Include emotions, sensory imagery, descriptions, and figurative language. How did you feel about being a freshman? Were you lost? What did you think of your teachers, classes, and peers? This paragraph should be 4-5 nouns name something you can see, touch, taste, hear, or smell. *Can be common or proper

music video (and foxes)

backpack

Troy the Trojan


Abstract it as if you were writing to a friend your age who has never been here. Include emotions, sensory imagery, descriptions, and figurative language. How did you feel about being a freshman? Were you lost? What did you think of your teachers, classes, and peers? This paragraph should be 4-5 nouns name something you cannot perceive through any of your five senses. It may be a feeling or a state of being. *may also be common or proper

love

days (Monday, Tuesday, etc.) & holidays (Christmas, Thanksgiving, etc.)


Now go back to your journal entry
Now, go back to your journal entry it as if you were writing to a friend your age who has never been here. Include emotions, sensory imagery, descriptions, and figurative language. How did you feel about being a freshman? Were you lost? What did you think of your teachers, classes, and peers? This paragraph should be 4-5

  • Switch with a partner and read their entry

  • Underline all common nouns

  • Circle all proper nouns and make sure they are CAPITALIZED

  • Return journals to owner

  • Look at the nouns identified and write down:

    • THREE abstract nouns

    • THREE concrete nouns

      • If you do not have three of either, add in a sentence with one

        • Ex. “I was full of PANICwhen I walked through the doors.” (abstract)

        • Ex. “MS. RAYMOND instantly became my favorite teacher.” (concrete)


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