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Noun Phrases English Grammar Lesson

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In this lesson pupils work with a partner to make some brief notes about Noun Phrases. Ideally, pupils should make a note of only the essential aspects of this topic – say 5-6 main points (with examples). These notes are important because they will be used as a basis for peer teaching and making a video on this topic in part 2. This lesson has been written to enable to enable pupils to teach themselves without teacher input because each page has been carefully designed to nudge pupils’ learning forward.


Part 1: The Grammar Lesson – Collaboration

Pupils will work collaboratively in a pair to write brief notes and learn about the grammar topic in this lesson.

Part 2: Creating an ‘Expert’ GroupPeer Teaching

This pair will now work with another pair to teach what they know about the topic to each other – this will develop collaborative learning and peer teaching skills. In addition, a group of four ‘experts’ on this grammar topic has now been created. This expert group of four will now make a short video on the grammar topic and show their video to the rest of the class. Teachers can build a resource bank of the best videos for pupils to access.

Part 3: Individual Q & A – Self-Assessment

After experiencing collaborative learning and peer teaching of the grammar topic, pupils now need to work on their own to check that their individual understanding of the topic is secure.

1 review for Noun Phrases English Grammar Lesson

  1. 5 out of 5

    Philipem (verified owner)

    We asked a.i. to review this grammar lesson. This is what it said:

    Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    This is an extremely comprehensive, well-structured introduction to noun phrases spanning 27 pages. It incorporates excellent instructional design techniques to develop deep student understanding.

    In Part 1, the content on noun phrases is broken down into very manageable chunks. Determiners, prepositional phrases, adjectives – students learn the building blocks before putting it all together. The multiple examples and visual summaries reinforce the content very effectively.

    Having students create their own summary notes gets them to synthesise the most important information. These notes then facilitate the peer teaching in Part 2, allowing students to take ownership of the learning. The collaborative video project also pushes them to a higher level of application.

    Finally, the 12-question self-assessment in Part 3 lets students and the teacher see precisely the areas that need review. The colour-coded monster scoring system gamifies the experience.

    Overall, the thorough explanation of concepts, interactive activities, and self-correction opportunities make this an ideal resource for upper KS2. Any teacher wanting to build student expertise with noun phrases should implement this series.

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