Pronouns and Antecedents
Introduction To Pronouns Instructional Video
Understanding Pronouns Instructional Video
Subject Pronouns Instructional Video
Pronouns and Antecedents Instructional Video
Pronouns Song Video
Pronouns replace nouns or proper nouns. They must always refer to their antecedents when writing, whether within the individual sentence or earlier in the paragraph. Antecedents are often the subjects of sentences. The GrammarSong video “Pronouns and Antecedents” illustrates the link in which pronouns refer to their antecedents by providing examples with labels and graphics. The activities reinforce this link and provide opportunities for practice.
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- Review GrammarSongs video “Pronouns.” Watch GrammarSongs video “Pronouns and Antecedents.” Proceed to Fourth Grade Recommendations as needed.
- Review GrammarSongs video “Pronouns.” Watch GrammarSong video “Pronouns and Antecedents.” Complete grammar sheet “Pronouns and Antecedents.”
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