As students work on the activity, move through the space and help students who need help determine the correct verb form for each pronoun. Collect, evaluate, and provide feedback on this activity before continuing with Lesson 3. “Come with your partner on six names: three that can be counted and three that are not. Then write six sentences with these six nouns and six of the indeterminate pronouns in the class list. Circle the noun to which the indefinite pronoun refers and underline the verb. Then illustrate the name next to the sentence. Your drawings do not have to be elaborated; Measuring figures or sketches that show if the name can be counted are all you need. For example: “All the players are there.” As you can count the number of players, the pronoun should be considered plural and requires plural.