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This lesson defines what a pronoun is and focuses on “Who” and “Whom.”
Let’s face it, most students (and teachers…) just guess whether to use "Who" or Whom."
This lesson gives an easy-to-remember slogan- and explanation- that solves the problem.
Included in the product is the entire lesson- everything you need for the day.
This is a good observation lesson, not only because your principal can see the entire teaching process in one day (lecture, activating strategy, assessment, humor, summarizing strategy, etc.), but also because your principal probably doesn’t know whether to use “who” or “whom” and the WHO-HE!! method will teach your principal something new! (evaluation points!)
In addition, there are several examples on the slides where students can individually practice the skill they have learned.
I’m not sure when I learned that "who" could be replaced by "he" and "whom" could be replaced by "him," but once I was taught, it stuck!
When my students first started saying “who-he!” after my lesson, I realized I had struck gold. This lesson sticks with students!
Students will learn how to correctly use who/whom- and they will enjoy saying “WHO-HE,” no matter what their age, trust me!
Common Core Standards Addressed include: Ensure that pronouns are in the proper case (subjective, objective, possessive).
Recognize and correct inappropriate shifts in pronoun person.*
L.6.6. Acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words and phrases; gather vocabulary knowledge when considering a word or phrase important to comprehension or expression.
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