A Complete Lesson Plan on Collective Nouns and Subject-Verb Agreement

OK, here, on a sunny Sunday morning, is a lesson plan on collective nouns and subject-verb agreement. I open this lesson with this Everyday Edit worksheet on artist Alexander Calder (and, as always, in the interest of giving credit where credit is due, remember that you can find a year’s worth of Everyday Edit worksheets–for free–at the Education World website). I include this learning support on forming plural nouns with this lesson.

This scaffolded worksheet is at the center of the lesson. Finally, here is the teacher’s copy of the worksheet.

Parenthetically, let me mention that I have tagged this as a Weekly Text. Normally, I only post a Weekly Text on Friday, then cross-post it at the AFT’s Share My Lesson website. Until the COVID19 crisis passes, I’ll be putting up materials I would normally only post as Weekly Texts as, well let’s call them Daily Texts.

If you find typos in these documents, I would appreciate a notification. And, as always, if you find this material useful in your practice, I would be grateful to hear what you think of it. I seek your peer review.

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