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Warm Up – NOTES: “Clauses and Sentences”

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  1. Warm Up – NOTES: “Clauses and Sentences” • Simple Sentence = independent clause that is a complete thought. • Compound Sentence = 2 ind. cl. joined by a coordinating conj. or a semicolon (;). • Sentence, FANBOY sentence. • Sentence; sentence. • Complex Sentence. • At least one independent CL and a simple sentence.

  2. Warm Up – Add to Cornell Notes– Copy the following sentence patterns down: Complex Sentence patterns: • Opener,sentence. • Sent, interrupter,ence. • Sentencecloser. Sentence = independent clause Opener, interrupter, closer = dependent clauses, & phrases

  3. Sentence Pattern Examples: • Before I go to work each morning, I stop at Starbucks for coffee. • I stop at Starbucks, before I go to work each morning, for coffee. • I stop at Starbucks for coffeebefore I go to work each morning.

  4. Today: Persuasion – Reader’s Journey, page 252. Take notes using an organizer. I will show you how to set this up. Terms to Cover: FRONT: Persuasion – Position – Emotional Appeal – Logical Appeal – Ethical Appeal BACK: Propaganda – Bandwagon Effect, Testimonial, Glittering Generalities Finished? Complete the article on page 253.

  5. Sentence Patterns • Opener,sentence. Example: Before I go to work each morning, I stop at Starbucks for coffee.

  6. Sentence Patterns • Sent, interrupter,ence. Example: I stop at Starbucks, before I go to work each morning, for coffee.

  7. Sentence Patterns • Sentencecloser. Example: I stop at Starbucks for coffeebefore I go to work each morning.

  8. Warm-Up – Add to Cornell Notes:Title: “Dependent Clauses” • Write: AAAWWUBBIS vertically and fill in the correct word next to each letter. • Using the sentence patterns (opener, interrupter, closer), compose three (3) complex sentences using an AAAWWUBBIS word (subordinating conjunction) to create the dependent clause. • Underline the dependent clause and circle the punctuation for each sentence.