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Grammar Unit 1

Grammar Unit 1

Grammar Unit 1. Correcting Fragments English 1p Mrs. Rice. Lesson: 1a What is a Fragment? (level 2). Determine whether each group of words is a fragment or a complete sentence. If the item is a complete sentence, write C. If it is a fragment, write F.

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Sentence Fragments

Sentence Fragments

Sentence Fragments . Review in your text on pages 659-60. Use sentence fragments only for special emphasis. A fragment is an incomplete sentence. A fragment may lack a subject or verb Or it may be only a dependent clause. Test for sentence fragments.

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Sentence Fragments & Run-Ons

Sentence Fragments & Run-Ons

Sentence Fragments & Run-Ons . Porsche Nichols Tiffany Burchette Luigi Collana Ingrid Washington. Sentence Fragment-. A sentence fragment is a group of words that are punctuated like a sentence but lacks the proper elements that form a complete sentence, such as a subject or a verb.

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Conventions

Conventions

Conventions. The sixth element of the 6 + 1 Writing Traits. What are conventions?. Spelling Punctuation Capitalization Grammar Paragraphing Having correct conventions means that the reader can pay more attention to your creative thoughts and ideas. Spelling . I don’t know how to spell!

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English 9/A10

English 9/A10

English 9/A10. Flowers For Algernon essay feedback. Formatting. MLA GUIDELINES use 8.5 x 11” (white paper, one side only) set all margins to 1” (2.5 cm) on all sides Double space everything in your essay including quotations use 12 point Times New Roman font

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Business English

Business English

Business English. January 18, 2018

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 8- NO SCHOOL

MONDAY, OCTOBER 8- NO SCHOOL

MONDAY, OCTOBER 8- NO SCHOOL . TUESDAY , OCTOBER 9. Tues., Oct. 8, 2012 Simple and Complex Sentences “ How can changing the structure of a sentence affect my writing?”. TODAY : “Miss Independent” by Kelly Clarkson Independent Clauses Complete Sentences Compound Sentences

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Welcome!

Welcome!

Welcome!. Mr. Greg Beyerle gbeyerle@cbsd.org http:// www.cbsd.org/Domain/2753 Mrs. Meghann Campbell mecampbell@cbsd.org http :// www.cbsd.org/Domain/1766 7 th Grade Special Education Teachers. Read180 Rotation Model. Focus Themes-. Identity Crisis

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Complete Sentences

Complete Sentences

Complete Sentences. Language Arts Mrs. Cochren . Complete Sentences. A complete sentence has a subject and a predicate that work together to make a complete thought. Sponge Bob ripped his pants . Sentence Fragments.

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Identifying Independent and Dependent Clauses

Identifying Independent and Dependent Clauses

Identifying Independent and Dependent Clauses. Taken from Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab (OWL). Essay Question. Select one theme from Arthur Miller’s The Crucible . Write a brief two to three paragraph essay detailing your chosen theme. Select three scenes to uphold your theme.

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Lesson 2-1

Lesson 2-1

Lesson 2-1. Objectives. To identify subjects and predicates and to recognize complete sentences . To identify and use strategies for correcting sentence fragments in writing  To use subjects and predicates correctly to form complete sentences.

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GOOD AFTERNOON, EVERYONE!

GOOD AFTERNOON, EVERYONE!

Did you all enjoy the holiday ?. Hi, everybody! What are you guys up to?. GOOD AFTERNOON, EVERYONE!. I am on the way to MSU to attend Ajarn Lert’s class. Hey, Spider , please wait for me. Hurry up! We’re gonna be late for the class. Please wait for me!.

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The Sentence and Its Parts

The Sentence and Its Parts

The Sentence and Its Parts. Chapter 1. Mr. Morton Video. Lesson 1 – Complete Subjects and Predicates. A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. Every complete sentence has two basic parts: a subject and a predicate.

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Comprehension

Comprehension

Comprehension. Bloom’s Taxonomy action verbs. Knowledge – remember previously learned information Define Describe Identify Name Outline Relate Select state. Comprehension. Comprehension – demonstrate an understanding of facts. Classify Describe Discuss Distinguish Explain

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THE OSU LIMA WRITING CENTER PRESENTS

THE OSU LIMA WRITING CENTER PRESENTS

THE OSU LIMA WRITING CENTER PRESENTS. BASIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND MECHANICS. “I can already put sentences together. I don’t need to learn about grammar.”.

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Run On Sentences & Fragments!

Run On Sentences & Fragments!

Run On Sentences & Fragments!. Sentence fragments are sentences that are incomplete. A phrase or clause that is punctuated like a complete sentence. There are many reasons why a sentence is fragmented: Lacks a subject

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Grammar and Conventions

Grammar and Conventions

Grammar and Conventions. ELA9C1, ELA9C2. Sentence Structures. There are four types of sentences: Simple sentences have only one independent clause. I want a puppy for Christmas.

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Comma, Comma, Comma…Chameleon?: Avoiding Comma Splices and Sentence Fragments

Comma, Comma, Comma…Chameleon?: Avoiding Comma Splices and Sentence Fragments

Comma, Comma, Comma…Chameleon?: Avoiding Comma Splices and Sentence Fragments. UWC Writing Workshop Fall 2013. Let’s see what’s out there…. http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWyrN22Zmuo (courtesy of the Electric Company). Sentence Structure?. What do you know about sentence structure?

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Nuts and Bolts

Nuts and Bolts

Nuts and Bolts. DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME, CLASS SECTION, OR DATE ON THE TOP OF YOUR PAPER FOLLOW ALL DIRECTIONS LISTED ON THE ASSIGNMENT/GIVEN TO YOU BY YOUR INSTRUCTOR CLEARLY LABEL THE SECTIONS OF YOUR ASSIGNMENTS PAY ATTENTION TO THE AMOUNT OF WORDS THAT YOU SHOULD BE USING.

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CLAUSES

CLAUSES

CLAUSES. Grammar, Yay !. Main Clauses. Clause – Group of words that has a subject and a predicate and that is used as part of a sentence. Main clauses or independent clauses Subordinate clauses or dependent clauses

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