Welcome to the "Nouns are Everywhere" site!
- What are nouns?
- What is the difference between a common and proper noun?
- When do I use capital or lowercase letters?
- What do nouns look like?
How do I identify a noun?
Upon completion of the tutorial, learners will be able to:
· Identify common and proper nouns
· Write using appropriate capitalization for common and proper nouns
· Categorize common and proper nouns
· Edit writing for the correct use of capitalization of common and proper nouns
· Compare/contrast common and proper nouns
· 1-4.4, 2-4.4 Use grammatical conventions of Standard American English, including common and proper nouns.
· 1-4.6, 2-4.6 Edit for the correct use of written Standard American English, including capitalization: proper nouns, initials of a person’s name, courtesy titles (Mr., Ms.), days of the week, months of the year, and titles of books, poems, and songs.
South Carolina Academic Researching Standards:
· 1-6.4, 2-6.4 Use the Internet with the aid of a teacher.
· 2-6.3 Create categories (for example, solids and liquids) to classify information.