Possessive Pronouns

Possessive Pronouns

Author: Janice Davis

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

  • identify possessive pronouns.
  • correlate possessive pronoun cases with their respective subject and object cases.
  • identify possessive pronouns in sentences.
  • correct inappropriate usage of possessive pronouns in form or spelling.

The Pronoun Song will give you a great review of subject and object pronouns as well as a cool introduction into the possessive pronouns!

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Pronoun Song from Grammaropolis - "I Got the Blues"

Review subject and object pronouns with Grammaropolis. Then, move on as the lounge singer introduces to his "blues" with possessive pronouns. It's a funny view on the "troubles" with pronouns.