Here is a lesson plan on nouns as direct objects of verbs in clauses and sentences. I open this lesson with this worksheet on the homophones compliment and complement as both nouns and verbs. Nota bene that many grammar manuals use complement as a noun to designate the direct object of a verb, so I want students to recognize it if they encounter it in such a book. Finally, here is the scaffolded worksheet that is at the center of this lesson.
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