how to make types of nouns using a rotatable model with examples


To create an interactive Teaching Learning Material (TLM) that helps students understand and differentiate between various types of nouns using a rotatable model with examples.

Materials Needed

  1. 8 circular cardboard pieces (diameter: 12 inches)
  2. Nut and bolt (to act as the pivot)
  3. Color paper (four different colors)
  4. Markers or pens
  5. Scissors
  6. Glue
  7. Labels for noun types

Step by Steps Video Instructions

Step 1: Prepare the Circular Base

  1. Cut the Cardboard Circles:
    • Cut out 8 circles from the cardboard, each with a diameter of 12 inches.
  2. Arrange 4 Circles Each Section :
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  3. Label the Circles:
    • On each circle, label a type of noun: Proper Noun, Common Noun, Abstract Noun, Collective Noun.
    • On the second portion, label each circle with another set of noun types: Countable Noun, Uncountable Noun, Concrete Noun, Compound Noun.

Step 2: Attach the Circles

  1. Stack the Circles:
    • Place the 8 circles on 4 each other, aligning the left and right places.
  2. Attach with Nut and Bolt:
    • Pierce a hole through the center of both circles.
    • Insert the bolt through the hole and secure it with the nut on the other side, allowing the circles to rotate independently.

Step 4: Color Coding

  1. Color the Circles:
    • Use different color paper or markers to color each type of noun differently. For instance, Proper Noun in blue, Common Noun in red, Abstract Noun in green, and Collective Noun in yellow.
    • Do the same for the second portion circles: Countable Noun in orange, Uncountable Noun in purple, Concrete Noun in pink, and Compound Noun in brown.

Step 5: Final Assembly

  1. Label the Center:
    • In the center , write a label that says “Types of Nouns.”
  2. Rotate and Learn:
    • Ensure the circles rotate smoothly. Students can spin the circles to align the center label with different noun types and their examples.


This interactive rotatable TLM will make learning about nouns engaging and fun for students.

By physically interacting with the model, they can better grasp the concept of different types of nouns and see examples that help solidify their understanding.

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