Sunday, 2 September 2007

Parts of Speech Rhyme

Rhymes, songs and dances are great ways to help you remember important but dull information. Imagine I tell you to revise the parts of speech (nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, etc.). Sounds boring, doesn't it?

Well, how about learning it like this...



Bald Worm's challenge: Invent your own version of this clapping rhyme. You can use the same rhythm, or invent your own. To be super clever, try adding 'prepositions'!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mr Hitchen,

That's not fair: we had to memorise a lengthened version of that rhyme (please note the colon).

From Amy

ps I am enjoying Latymer-one of our English teachers has a temper though. She's scary...

Yasmin said...

...i remember that rhyme
every
last
painful
word