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Sentence Practice

By Kim Lang 12 Jan 19:52
12 slides
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Sentence ModelingWe will look at different structured sentences and you will recreate them using your own words.
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FANBOYS
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SEMICOLON
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AAAWWUBBIS
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Parallel Structure Sentence
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Sentence modelingThe horse reared up wildly and, before either of us had a moment to breathe, took off in a dead run.

The World From Up Here by Cecilia Galante
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Sentence modelingWhen she had been worked to exhaustion, they would send her to one of the camps.

The Enemy Above by Michael P. Spradlin
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Sentence ModelingI manage to curl into a ball, trying to keep myself warm, rocking back and forth like a crazy person in a padded room.

The Awakening of Sunshine Girl by Paige McKenzie
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Sentence Modeling"Buphead, tell him 'bout the final exam."

The Watson's Go to Birminham
by Christopher Paul Curtis
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Sentence ModelingAs they took their places, Bartek noticed that Adamson was braced against the bulkhead in an awkward position, and he was tempted to say something,

Lost in the Pacific, 1942
Tod Olson
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Sentence modeling"Look out! Here comes the monster!" screamed a chubby fourth-grade boy.

There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom
by Louis Sachar
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Sentence ModelingNext to it was another sign which declared that it was a violation of the Texas Penal Code to bring guns, explosives, weapons, drugs, or alcohol onto the premises.

Holes
by Louis Sachar

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We will look at different structured sentences and you will recreate them using your own words. On a scale of 1-5 with 1 being the least comfortable and 5 being the most comfortable, rate your feelings about creating compound sentences.
The horse reared up wildly and, before either of us had a moment to breathe, took off in a dead run. The World From Up Here by Cecilia Galante
When she had been worked to exhaustion, they would send her to one of the camps. The Enemy Above by Michael P. Spradlin
I manage to curl into a ball, trying to keep myself warm, rocking back and forth like a crazy person in a padded room. The Awakening of Sunshine Girl by Paige McKenzie
"Buphead, tell him 'bout the final exam." The Watson's Go to Birminham by Christopher Paul Curtis
As they took their places, Bartek noticed that Adamson was braced against the bulkhead in an awkward position, and he was tempted to say something, Lost in the Pacific, 1942 Tod Olson
"Look out! Here comes the monster!" screamed a chubby fourth-grade boy. There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom by Louis Sachar
Next to it was another sign which declared that it was a violation of the Texas Penal Code to bring guns, explosives, weapons, drugs, or alcohol onto the premises. Holes by Louis Sachar
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