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  1. Monday, February 8th • Bellwork: Get out a piece of paper and pencil • Research • Look at sample report • Brainstorm topics • Grammar • Sentence types (SAV)

  2. Bellwork—On paper, respond... • Imagine you find out an alien is visiting earth. You are asked to choose ONE place to take it that best represents Earth. What place would you choose and why?

  3. Objectives • Understand what a research report is • Understand the purpose of a research report • Plan, draft, revise, edit, and publish a research report

  4. Assignment Organization • Why the place you have chosen is important • Tell its history • Describe its condition today • Predict something about its future

  5. Sample Paper’s Organization • Thesis: • Important because… • > • > • History • > • > • Today • > • > • > • > • Future • > • >

  6. Grammar • Students will write sentences in the SAV pattern.

  7. Draw lines to connect the sentences beginnings and ends. • The storm • The children • The New Orleans Saints • The rabbits • played. • won. • hopped. • ended.

  8. See if you can add a prepositional phrase between the subject and verb (see a list of prepositions on page 742) • The storm ____________________ ended. • The children ___________________ played. • The New Orleans Saints _______________ won. • The rabbits __________________ hopped.

  9. See if you can add a prepositional phrase after the verb (see a list of prepositions on page 742) • The storm ended ____________________. • The children played ___________________. • The New Orleans Saints won ____________ ________________. • The rabbits hopped___________________.

  10. Sentence Pattern • Notice that no matter how many prepositional phrases are in the sentences, the pattern remains SUBJECT  ACTION VERB