This is a wonderful resource for teaching nouns, verbs, and adjectives to your students. It introduces one concept at a time, so that students are not overwhelmed or frustrated by trying to learn all three simultaneously. Furthermore, it follows the gradual release of responsibility model. Most teachers know this as “I do, we do, you do.” Because the responsibility is released from most of the teacher doing the work, to all of the students doing the work, it is successful in teaching the skill (Pearson and Gallagher, 1983).
You can be confident that this will work for your students. You can also use the lesson plan in many ways. You can teach it to your whole class during your grammar or reading block. Or, you could teach it as a mini-lesson to students who are having trouble with these concepts. You could use it during small group, guided reading lessons. My recommendation would be to teach it to small groups so that you can see which students are picking it up and which students are not.
Remember to teach one concept at a time. This will help ensure that students do not confuse the concepts. I recommend moving on once most students grasp one concept. It would typically take about a week to master each one. But, rest assured that your students will thoroughly understand each concept.