About This Chapter
Teaching Pronouns in Grammar - Chapter Summary
Created by experienced educators, these lesson plans, games and activities can help you easily plan your curriculum. These resources are ready to be used in your classroom immediately, or they can be adjusted to meet your needs. You'll find plans and activities for teaching personal, object, double object, possessive, demonstrative, indefinite, relative, and reflexive pronouns.
How It Helps
- Activities and games: Offers engaging, hands-on activities that bring these concepts to life.
- Vocabulary words: The corresponding lessons identify various types of pronouns and provide definitions.
- Supplemental resources: Includes lesson videos you can use to help increase students' comprehension, either in class or as homework assignments.
How It Works
This chapter offers teachers lesson plan resources with relevant tools to make planning pronoun lessons easy.
- Use lesson plan outlines for specific grammar topics you want to cover in class.
- Formulate your English class outline using the suggested classroom tools offered in the lesson plans.
- Share the related pronouns lessons with students in class to make learning fun and engaging.
- Use related lesson quizzes to ensure your students understand the most important pronoun concepts from the lessons.
- Engage your students with relevant grammar-related activities, discussion questions or other materials found in the lesson plan outline.
1. Pronouns Lesson Plan
Are your students stumbling with pronouns? Clarify the concepts with the help of a Study.com video lesson and in-class activity. To further solidify this concept, use our suggestions for extra activities and related lessons.
2. What Are Pronouns? - Types, Examples & Definition
In this lesson, we'll learn about pronouns in general, and take a look at two types of personal pronouns: subjective case and objective case pronouns. Knowing which case of pronoun you'll need can help you avoid common pronoun errors.
3. Pronoun Lesson Plan for Elementary School
What is pronoun and how is it used in writing and speaking? This lesson plan uses a text lesson to outline key facts about pronouns for students. An in-class game and activity allow students to demonstrate mastery.
4. Relative Pronouns Lesson Plan
This lesson plan teaches what relative pronouns are and how to identify and use them in sentences. The plan includes whole group, small group, and individual work to practice relative pronouns.
5. Demonstrative Pronouns Lesson Plan
This lesson plan teaches the four demonstrative pronouns, pronoun/antecedent and pronoun/verb agreement, and the difference between demonstrative pronouns and demonstrative adjectives.
6. Personal Pronoun Lesson Plan
Teach your students about personal pronouns with this lesson plan, which includes discussion questions, practice, and hands-on learning. The lesson plan is based on a video lesson about personal pronouns and how to differentiate between different types of personal pronouns.
7. What Are Personal Pronouns?
Pronouns are great for making sure debaters don't have to keep repeating the other guy's name over and over again, but they have many other uses too! In fact, pronouns, you could say, make reading readable. In part one, we'll cover personal pronouns and how they're used before moving on to more esoteric varieties.
8. Indefinite Pronoun Lesson Plan
Use this lesson plan to teach your students about indefinite pronouns. Students will watch an informational video lesson that defines the term, explains why we use them and the roles they play in a sentence. Guided practice with the video and several fun activities allow students to apply content and a quiz tells you who's catching on.
9. What is an Indefinite Pronoun? - Definition & Examples
When we are using a pronoun that is inclusive or non-specific, it is called an indefinite pronoun. In this lesson, we will further define indefinite pronouns and see how they are used in sentences.
10. Object Pronoun Lesson Plan
Use this lesson plan to teach your students about object pronouns. A video lesson is used to explain what they are and show examples. Work alongside the video lesson for guided practice and apply concepts to an activity.
11. Object Pronoun: Definition & Examples
Object pronouns are pronouns that serve as objects in sentences. In this lesson, we will see how to identify object pronouns and how to use them correctly in sentences.
12. Object Pronoun Activities & Games
Object pronouns don't have to be boring! Use these pleasurable activities to bring joy into your classroom as you explore the world of object pronouns!
13. Double Object Pronoun Activities
When your students are learning grammar, they might struggle to connect these rules with real life. When you teach your students about double object pronouns, use these activities to help your students engage and connect this grammar rule to real life.
14. Pronoun Activities for Speech Therapy
Teaching students to use pronouns is an important part of helping them communicate precisely and effectively. This lesson offers activities you can use to teach pronouns in the context of speech therapy.
15. Pronoun Project Ideas
Pronouns are an important part of speech. These projects will encourage your students to develop a more thorough understanding of pronouns and can be adjusted to accommodate upper elementary, middle or high school students.
16. Possessive Pronouns Lesson Plan
What is a possessive pronoun and what is its purpose? This lesson plan uses a video lesson to explain key points about possessive pronouns. An activity gives students a chance to challenge classmates in their understanding of possessive pronouns.
17. Possessive Pronouns Activities & Games
Possessive pronouns stick better if you give your students some practice through cool activities and games. This lesson gives you a few ideas about the type of activities your students can do when learning possessive pronouns.
18. Possessive Pronouns Activities for Elementary School
As an elementary school teacher, you are probably always looking for new ways to practice grammar with your class. This lesson will give you some ideas for teaching possessive pronouns to younger students in a fun and engaging way.
19. Relative Pronouns Activities & Games
Getting students to practice grammar is never easy. For some, it's as mysterious as math word problems, while others may be struggling to learn English. There are a number of easy and engaging ways to get your students to practice relative pronouns without complaint.
20. Reflexive Pronouns Activities & Games
While reflexive pronouns may sound like a difficult grammar topic, they're actually quite easy. This lesson equips teachers with reflexive pronoun classroom activities for students of different ages.
21. Indefinite Pronouns Activities & Games
The more aware your students are of grammar and how it works, the more sophisticated and accurate their writing will be. This lesson seeks to improve students' grammar by teaching them about indefinite pronouns.
22. Personal Pronouns Games for Kids
Kids love to talk about themselves, so knowing how to use personal pronouns correctly is vital. This lesson provides teachers with personal pronoun games to equip young learners with the ability to use appropriate pronouns when talking about themselves and others.
23. Personal Pronouns Activities & Exercises
Teaching students about personal pronouns will help students to be grammatically correct when writing and speaking. This lesson offers some activities and games that you can use with your students.
24. Reflexive Pronouns Lesson Plan
This lesson plan provides teachers with support as they teach students about reflexive pronouns. Students will learn the terminology, as well as some examples of reflexive pronouns that can be applied to writing and speaking.
25. Detailed Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Lesson Plan
This lesson plan utilizes a video lesson, note-taking, discussion questions and a matching game to identify and correct errors in pronoun antecedent agreement.
Earning College Credit
Did you know… We have over 200 college courses that prepare you to earn credit by exam that is accepted by over 1,500 colleges and universities. You can test out of the first two years of college and save thousands off your degree. Anyone can earn credit-by-exam regardless of age or education level.
To learn more, visit our Earning Credit Page
Transferring credit to the school of your choice
Not sure what college you want to attend yet? Study.com has thousands of articles about every imaginable degree, area of study and career path that can help you find the school that's right for you.
Other chapters within the Grammar & Parts of Speech Lesson Plans & Games course