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Multisensory Grammar

Multisensory Grammar and Written Composition curriculum uses color codes to introduce and reinforce the definitions of the parts of speech in a sentence. Patterns of color are used to help students compose original sentences of varying lengths and complex
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Natalie Barboza

on 18 November 2012

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Multisensory Grammar
& Written Composition Presented by: Natalie Barboza
Neuhaus Education Center
www. neuhaus.org Parts of Speech Nouns
Verbs
Noun Markers
Completer or Complement Nouns
Adjectives
Proper Nouns
Prepositions
Pronouns
Possessive Pronouns
Linking Verbs
Verb Tense
Adverbs
Conjunctions
Interjections
Introduction Multisensory Grammar and Written Composition curriculum uses color codes to introduce and reinforce the definitions of the parts of speech in a sentence. Patterns of color are used to help students compose original sentences of varying lengths and complexities
This curriculum shows the order in which the parts of speech are to be introduced. Activities which reinforce the parts of speech and encourage written expression are included. The introduction of each part of speech may take several days or weeks depending on the level and readiness of students NOUNS NOUNS will be color-coded yellow.

NOUNS name a person, place, thing, or animal. They are color-coded yellow because they carry important information in a sentence. Almost every sentence has a NOUN Your Turn VERBS VERBS will be color-coded orange.

VERBS show action. They are color-coded orange because they are very important in a sentence. Every sentence must have a VERB. Your Turn NOUNS MARKERS NOUN MARKERS will be color-coded red.

The words the, a, and an are NOUN MARKERS. They are color-coded red because red is a warning color. NOUN MARKERS warn that a noun is coming.
The teachers meet.

Students work.

An ant crawls. Whole Group Practice: Completer or Complement Nouns A noun that comes after the verb is called a Completer Noun. It gives more complete information Nouns before the verb that tell who or what the sentence is about are called Subject Nouns. Subject and Predicate The Subject tells who or what the sentence is about .
The Predicate tells what the Subject is doing. The subject will be highlighted yellow. The predicate will be highlighted orange. ADJECTIVES ADJECTIVES are color-coded blue.

An ADJECTIVE describes or modifies a noun. It answers one of these questions: what kind?, how many?, or which one? An ADJECTIVE is color-coded blue. Prepositions Prepositions are colored-coded green.

When we think of Prepositions we think of the green leaves on the tree, which Preppy likes to climb.
Prepositions show the position or relationship of one noun to another. Prepositional Phrase The squirrel ran.
The squirrel ran ______________.
The squirrel ran_______________.
The squirrel ran_______________. Fill in the blank with a prepositional phrase. Adverbs Adverbs will be color-coded purple. Purple is similar to the color blue. Blue is the color-code for adjectives. Adverbs and adjectives have similar functions. They both describe.

Adverbs describe or modify verbs, adjectives and other Adverbs. An Adverb can describe a verb.
Example: she ran quickly

An Adverb can describe an adjective.
Example: The very little girl ran.

An Adverb can describe another adverb.
Example: She ran very quickly. Conjunctions Conjunctions are used to join words, phrases or clauses together. They will be color-coded brown like a wooden peg or a nail that can be used to join things together. Interjections These words show strong emotion. Since these words are not sentences and do not have an important function, they have no color.
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