This course covers absolutely all the information that is needed at the 3rd-grade level, and beyond, to identify the different types of nouns and the specific rules that apply to each, and to be able to use them accurately in spoken and written communication. It answers all the questions that may have plagued the learner concerning nouns and their usage, in a fun-filled and interactive manner.
This course includes:
31 interactive and comprehensive VIDEO LESSONS (including review lessons to reinforce concepts before proceeding.)
31 QUIZZES (at the end of each lesson, to ensure a firm grasp of concepts learned before progressing to the next lesson.)
32 colorful, challenging and fun-filled WORKSHEETS
32 counterpart ANSWER VIDEOS (explaining how to arrive at the answers.)
32 ANSWER SHEETS (worksheets with answers filled in.)
Over 6 HOURS of video lessons!
A WHOLE YEAR'S worth of information on nouns!
1) NOUNS chart: Featuring all the nouns covered, with their relevant rules of application.
2) REGULAR PLURAL RULES chart: Covering all the rules that apply specifically to regular nouns.
3) IRREGULAR PLURAL RULES chart: Covering all the rules that apply specifically to irregular nouns.
Exciting and thought-provoking GAME that tests learners' knowledge of all material covered in the course, and which promises a great deal of enjoyment.
By the end of this course, learners will be able to easily recognize, and differentiate between, the various types of nouns, along with the specific rules that apply to each, and use them successfully in spoken and written communication.
This video-course is primarily intended for 3rd-grade learners who want to learn all about nouns. It progresses from defining nouns to the knowledge of each type of noun needed at this level and beyond, and how to effectively use them.
The average student taking this course will need to have completed 2nd grade, have at least a basic knowledge of grammar, and be able to read and write in English.
Section 1: Recognizing Nouns. Common and Proper Nouns
Introduction: Recognizing Nouns
Common vs Proper Nouns
Section 2: Singular and Plural Nouns
Regular Plural Nouns - adding ‘s’
Regular Plural Nouns - ending in ‘s’ or ‘ss’
Regular Plural Nouns - ending in ‘sh’ and ‘ch’
Regular Plural Nouns - ending in ‘x’
Regular Plural Nouns - ending in ‘z’ or ‘zz’
Regular Plural Nouns - ending in ‘y’
Regular Plural Nouns - ending in ‘f’ and ‘fe’
Regular Plural Nouns - ending in ‘o’
Regular Plural Nouns
Irregular Plural Nouns that change their form
Irregular Plural Nouns - no change
Irregular Plural Nouns - borrowed words (ending in: a, ex, is)
Irregular Plural Nouns - borrowed words (ending in: on, um, us)
REVISION: Irregular Plural Nouns
Singular vs Plural Nouns + Regular vs Irregular Plural Nouns
Section 3: Possessive, Collective, Countable, Uncountable and Compound Nouns
Singular Possessive Nouns
Plural Possessive Nouns
REVISION: Singular vs Plural Possessive Nouns
Concrete vs Abstract Nouns
OVERALL REVISION [part 1]
OVERALL REVISION [part 2]
Your child/ren will be amazed at how easily they grasp all of the concepts surrounding nouns (each type of which is defined and explained in detail), using the easy-to-follow, interactive structure of each lesson, and the course as a whole. They will absolutely love the colorful, engaging and challenging resources, and the interactive and fun-filled video presentations.
I urge you to purchase this knowledge-drenched and exciting course for your child. They will most certainly benefit from it!