This activity should be carried out with the crude design of a student. If a student does not have a crude design, make copies before another crude design. Another way is to use a piece of literature that you are reading right now. Although corrections are not necessary, identification practices will consolidate pro-der information. In the sentences above, we replaced a Nostun in the sentence with a pronoun. Write: Use revision skills to correct errors in the pronoun-antecedent agreement and to remove indefinite and ambiguous Pronoun references. After reading the examples of sentences without pronoun consent, you can see that these sentences can be confusing to the reader! The teacher will explain the class as an entire group that a precursor is the nostantif or pronoun, which another pronoun represents and to which he refers. Transparency #1 Students are responsible for writing the correct pronoun in sentences written on the board for teaching work. You have 5 minutes to complete this lesson. Phrases I was your student a few years ago. I fought at school. I had high hopes of becoming a great basketball player one day. It went well until I lost confidence.
None of my coaches could understand why, and I wouldn`t tell them. I had a problem of pronounes-pre-cameo agreement. It was only when you taught this lesson of exceptional pronounem-antetecedent that I realized that I could be cured. I have a great career now, thanks to you. But if we replace a nostun with a pronoun, we must be careful. The pronoun must correspond to the nomun or pronoun to which it refers (the precursor). A singular pronoun should be used if one refers to a single nominus. A pluralistic pronoun should be used if one refers to a plural noun.
This is called the previous pronoun agreement. Take a look at some examples of sentences that show pronoc antecedent Agreement: C. Material-Handouts for teaching thought, overhead projector and table. In our Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement lesson plan, students learn the basics of the pronoun-antecedent agreement. Students practice identifying the correct pronoun based on the seven rules of agreement they learn during this lesson.