PRONOUN REVIEW CONTENTS
CHARACTERISTICS/QUALITIES OF PERSONAL PRONOUNS: person, number, gender, case
CASES AND USES: nominative (subject, predicate nominative, appositive); objective (direct object, indirect object, object of the preposition, appositive); possessive
KINDS: personal (subject, object, possessive), compound personal (reflexive, intensive), demonstrative, indefinite, distributive, interrogative, relative, reciprocal
PRONOUNS AND DETERMINERS
PRONOUN AND ANTECEDENT AGREEMENT
Pronoun Review (Set A) PowerPoint Presentation
Pronoun Review (Set A) Black-and-White and Colored Task Cards
Free Pronoun Reflection Poster (44 by 34 inches)
PRONOUN REFLECTION: THE ONE I VALUE
Curious, the student who never dares to be different asked, “Ma’am, why is the pronoun I always capitalized?”
“Well,” the teacher replied, “the capitalized
pronoun I, irreplaceable by any common name, recognizes your individuality wherever you may be placed as it emphasizes the importance of loving yourself.”
The capitalized pronoun I is a reminder that you should never allow others to influence or treat you improperly so you should neither live someone else’s life nor see your life in someone else’s eyes. It declares that you are uniquely and distinctly you, capitally made whole and full so you can understand your purpose, grab your share of chances, and accomplish big things without forcing yourself to believe that your substance can stand up on its own.
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