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Parts of Speech : 

Parts of Speech An interactive Presentation By: Tressa Simon

ABOUT THE PRESENTATION : 

ABOUT THE PRESENTATION This presentation names five 0f many parts of speech. The five main parts of speech that are discussed in this presentation are Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Adverbs, and Adjectives. Each slide gives a brief definition, how they can be used in a sentence, and some examples. QUIT

Why should students know the parts of speech : 

Why should students know the parts of speech It is important for students to know the different parts of speech and how to use them. For anyone to properly form a sentence, they must know the parts of speech and their purpose in the sentence. Each part of speech has its own place in a sentence, if not used correctly, the sentence will not make sense. QUIT

ABOUT THE AUTHOR : 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR My name is Tressa Simon and I am a third year senior at Grand Valley State University. I am an English major with a minor in Elementary Education. I hope to begin working within a rural school soon after graduation. I would Ideally like to teach within a second grade classroom. If you have any questions please feel free to email me: [email protected] QUIT

MAIN SLIDE : 

MAIN SLIDE Nouns Pronouns Verbs Adverbs Adjectives About the Author Video Clip Resource Slide QUIT

NOUNS : 

NOUNS One of the major grammatical groups Every sentence must contain at least one noun A noun is a person, place, thing, animal or state Nouns are either a subject or an object of a verb Examples: Michigan Frog Mr. Fankhauser School QUIT

PRONOUNS : 

PRONOUNS A pronoun replaces a noun. There are many types of pronouns Demonstrative Pronoun This, that, these, those Personal Pronouns I, you, he, she Possessive Pronouns Mine, yours, his, hers Reflexive Pronouns Myself, yourself QUIT

VERBS : 

VERBS One of the major grammatical groups Each sentence must contain a verb Verbs usually describe the action of the noun Verbs refer to an action or a state Action-Run, laugh, break, State-be, like, own QUIT

ADVERBS : 

ADVERBS Adverbs are modifiers They can modify a verb, adjective, noun or another adverb Most adverbs are formed by adding –ly to an adjective Example: Luckily Responsibly Carefully Slowly QUIT

ADJECTIVES : 

ADJECTIVES An Adjective modifies a noun It describes the state, quality or action that the noun is in Adjectives can be used either before or after the noun Adjectives may also be modified by adverbs Example: New bright smelly funny QUIT

VIDEO CLIP : 

VIDEO CLIP QUIT

RESOURCES : 

RESOURCES http://www.usingenglish.com/glossary/parts-of-speech.html http://www.thefreedictionary.com/pronoun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tU5zYK8N8K4 QUIT