Achieving Clarity with Proper Pronoun Case
This chapter discusses the grammatical concept of pronoun case, which refers to the different forms that pronouns take when used in the subjective, objective, and possessive cases and the correct use of each of these cases. It begins by describing the features of the subjective, objective, and possessive pronoun cases. After that, the chapter discusses the importance of proper pronoun case uses, explaining that this is an importance concept for clear and effective writing. Next, the chapter presents a classroom snapshot section, which describes the author’s experience teaching this concept to a sixth-grade class. The chapter then provides key recommendations for teaching students about proper pronoun case use. It ends with a bulleted list of final thoughts on this topic.