The Last Leaf by O. Henry - Nouns - Grammar in Literature Series

The Last Leaf by O. Henry - Nouns - Grammar in Literature Series
The Last Leaf by O. Henry - Nouns - Grammar in Literature Series
The Last Leaf by O. Henry - Nouns - Grammar in Literature Series
The Last Leaf by O. Henry - Nouns - Grammar in Literature Series
The Last Leaf by O. Henry - Nouns - Grammar in Literature Series
The Last Leaf by O. Henry - Nouns - Grammar in Literature Series
The Last Leaf by O. Henry - Nouns - Grammar in Literature Series
The Last Leaf by O. Henry - Nouns - Grammar in Literature Series
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24 pages: 9 Topics cover Common, Proper, Concrete, Abstract, Countable, Uncountable, Plural and Compound Nouns, and more (10 exercises), 2 Reviews (2 exercises). Answer Key is provided for every exercise and review. TEACHER NOTES give ideas on how to use this resource.

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This resource is designed for middle and high school students. It provides a thorough analysis of different types of nouns and their functions in sentences. The resource is based on the short story "The Last Leaf" by O. Henry. It does not include the text of the story itself.

The highlights of this product:

  • Great for teaching grammar to middle/high-school students.
  • Aligned with Common Core State Standards.
  • Teacher Notes provide smart ideas for using this resource.
  • Answer Key is included for every exercise and review.

The topics included are:

  • Identifying Nouns
  • Common and Proper Nouns
  • Concrete and Abstract Nouns
  • Countable and Uncountable Nouns
  • Plural and Singular Nouns
  • Compound Nouns
  • Subject vs. Object
  • Object of a Prepositional Phrase
  • Attributive Nouns
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    Copyright 2018 Valentina Temina-Kingsolver / ELLTA, LLC

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