object pronouns

Lesson/Unit Summary: The lesson aims at teaching junior primary students to distinguish the difference between subject pronouns and object pronouns. Various media such as songs and videos are used to demonstrate their usage. A table of subject and object pronouns is also provided in the PowerPoint to enhance visual learning. To further reinforce students’ communicative competence, a riddle game is designed for students to use the subject and object pronouns to write riddles. Through listening to and guessing answers for their group members’ riddles, peer learning is fostered.   

Level of Students: Junior Primary

Lesson Duration: 55 mins

Learning Objectives:

By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 

1. Identify subject and object pronouns;

2. Use the subject and object pronouns to make sentences and to write riddles

Lesson Plan: Object Pronouns (Junior Primary)

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Siu, K. K. K., Yeung, C. Y. A., & Lee, F. K. J. (2020). Object pronouns. Retrieved from https://lml.eduhk.hk/grammar/?page_id=290.

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