Direct and Indirect Objects

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Using our Direct and Indirect Objects Lesson Plan, students will be able to identify the direct and indirect objects of sentences and include direct and indirect objects with their writing.  Ample opportunity and examples to solidify understanding and engage in collaborative learning to reinforce concepts.

Direct and Indirect Objects Lesson Plan Includes:

  • Full Teacher Guidelines with Creative Teaching Ideas
  • Instructional Content Pages about Direct and Indirect Objects.
  • Direct and Indirect Objects Activity Worksheet
  • Direct and Indirect Objects Homework Worksheet
  • Answer Keys
  • Common Core State Standards
  • Many Additional Links and Resources
  • Built for Grade 6 but can be adapted for other grade levels.

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Description

Using our Direct and Indirect Objects Lesson Plan, students will be able to identify the direct and indirect objects of sentences and include direct and indirect objects with their writing.  Ample opportunity and examples to solidify understanding and engage in collaborative learning to reinforce concepts.

Sample Classroom Procedure / Teacher Resources Snippet:

  1. As soon as the students are in their seats, distribute a small piece of candy or other treat for the students to eat.
  2. After each student receives the candy, ask:
    Who can write a sentence to tell what I just did with the candy?
  3. Allow students to provide a sentence such as: Jones gave the students a piece of candy.
  4. Ask students: What is the subject of the sentence?  Jones
  5. Ask students: What is the verb or action of the sentence?  gave
  6. Ask students: What was given? a piece of candy
  7. Tell students piece of candy is the direct object of the sentence.
  8. Ask students: Who benefited, or received something, from the action?  the students
  9. Tell students the students is the indirect object of the sentence.
  10. Compare direct and indirect object to a person donating to a charity, but the money is then used for those in need. The money was given directly to the charity, but indirectly, those in need are the receivers or benefit by the donation.

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Common Core State Standards:  CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.6.1

Class Sessions (45 minutes):  1 – 2 class sessions

Additional Resources:

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Additional information

Grade Level

6th Grade

Subject

Language Arts