Students will be able to construct sentences in which the subject and verb correspond. Excerpt You should be able to recognize the difference between a scaly subject and a plural subject most of the time. The singular means one and the plural means more than one. Most of the time (but not always) a plural subject ends on ?s? For example: One book, many books One lion, three lions Summary This is a lesson on the right agreement of subjects/verbs. Objectives • Students learn the most common rules when it comes to topic/verb agreement.• Students learn to identify appropriate and inappropriate subject/verbal correspondence in their own peer writing.• Students will be able to create their own sentences with the right subject/verb agreement. Class 4e proposed. FIFTH GRADE. 6th. CLASS THEME VERB ARRANGEMENT LESSON PLAN WORKSHEET ACTIVITY Set of personal whiteboard classes (or striped paper for each student) Teaching Teaching Printable work Primary schoolhee Activities Teachers Learning Education School Thematic unit Free resources CM1 cm2. . . .
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