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ALNS’ What is a Noun

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ALNS’ What is a Noun defines what a noun is and what the labels, “person”, “place” and “thing” can include.  It provides examples; the space to brainstorm; noun-spotting activities; and a bibliography.  Eight pages.

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Identifying nouns can be important in reading, speaking, writing and understanding things.  It also helps teachers show adults how to create verbal and written texts.  What is a Noun is designed for teachers primarily but it may be suitable for learners, too.  It doesn’t teach you about nouns per se, but outlines what’s involved in presenting this subject.  The document may constitute a single lesson (amongst more advanced learners).  Students new to English and/or grammar will require more activities and time.


This resource is available as an MS Word document and/or .pdf file.  Due to the nature of the online environment, a pre-purchase view isn’t possible.  ALNS’ templates aim to help teachers primarily although many are suitable for learners, too.  None of them, however, substitute the need for you to research and deliver to the needs of your students.

You are charged a nominal fee to cover a very small part of its production.  How we stagger teaching and learning is subjective.  What’s offered here is not the only way to teach things.  The aim in providing this resource is to help you prepare and revise efficiently.  It is not a lesson plan so remember to assess its appropriateness in your program.

In purchasing this template, you may copy and use it in educational and non-commercial settings only if you leave the branding and copyright notices in place.  ALNS’ resources are registered with Australia’s Copyright Agency Limited.  This permission extends to government-recognised teaching institutions.  You are not permitted to distribute it freely to your wider networks.  The terms and conditions for downloading, using and modifying this document can be found here.

All the best with your teaching!

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