- Box of objects - some singular and others plura
- A label for each object (use the, a and an)
- Samples of advertisements
This is a group presentation.
- The objects are brought out on the table.
- The directress asks for an object of which there is only one: the plate.
- The directress asks for an object of which there are several: the bead.
- The child gives one to the directress- "I don't want this one".
- The child tries again. How many beads do we have? How many plates?
- Directress says: "When I asked for the plate, it was easy because there is only one. But when I asked for the bead, you didn't know which one was righ"t.
- "When there is more than one of something, I should say: a bead. When I have only one of something I can say: the house".
- "How would I ask for this object? The shoe".
- "How would I ask for one of these? An elephant.", and so on.
- The objects are on a distant table. The directress gives each child a label and the child brings what is indicated, reading the label when he/she returns.
- "Because you have brought a button, I know there must be more than one on the table".
- "This must have been the only hat because you have brought the hat".
- "We know that names of objects are called nouns".
- "These little words: a, an, the are called articles".
Control Of Error
Points Of Interest
- To give a very strong impression of each function of speech.