This document serves as a companion to ALNS’ What is a Noun? It aims to help teachers primarily but it may also be used with some learners. It assumes that the reader is familiar with nouns – i.e. that they name persons, places, states, things and times. It doesn’t seek to teach you about nouns per se, but to identify the angles you could teach this topic from. Students don’t always master things via one strategy; they can need a few perspectives to work from.
This document serves as a companion to other ALNS resources about nouns. It assumes that the reader knows about nouns – i.e. that they name persons, places, states, things and times. It doesn’t seek to teach you about the structure of nouns per se but to highlight the angles that can present when teaching this subject. ALNS’ How to Identify Nouns is available in .pdf and MS Word formats.
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