Subject: Language Arts
Grade : 4
Date : October 5 2020
Topic : Capital Letters
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Learning how to use capital letters correctly is a very important part of writing. Capital letters are used for:
The baby’s name is Sue-Ann. Jamaica is a Caribbean island.
Remember: Proper nouns are special names of persons, places, things, days of the week and months of the year. Jillian, Caribbean, Friday, November
Titles of books, people, movies:
Carlong Integrated Assessment Tests: Year 4 – Language Arts Dr. James Kent The Honourable Louise Bennett-Coverley Gone With the Wind
Lines of poetry
I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o’er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host of golden daffodils, Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.
“Oh!” shouted the boy, “I have hurt my finger.” “Indeed!” exclaimed his father, “You should be thankful that you got off so lightly.”
Reference to God or Christ
After Jesus had preached to the multitude, He proceeded on His way to Jerusalem.
The pronoun. “I”
He advised me to travel by bus, but I told him that I preferred to travel by rail.
Salutations: Sir, Madam, Her Excellency
Special groups and nationalities:
Girl Guide Association of Jamaica Trinidadian 10.Abbreviations: U.W.I., UNESCO, CARICOM, P.O., Ph.D. You may find additional information in your New Junior English Revised on pages 87 and 88. Activities Language Arts Workbook 4 – page 58, Exercises 1 and 2, page 59, Exercise 4 and page 60, Exercise 5. Homework Language Arts Workbook 4 – page 60; Exercise 6 Here is tomorrows work The Capital Letter (continued) 1. Integrated Assessment Papers – page 87; Exercise 5 and page 88; Exercise 6. Exercise 6 must be done in Language Arts notebooks. 2. From your New Junior English Revised, page 88 and Exercise 117, pick out eight (8) words from the list that need a capital letter. Use them in sentences of your own. And finally this is work for the day after New Junior English Revised – page 89; Exercise 118 Homework This home work relates to todays lesson. New Junior English Revised – page 89; Exercise 119