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Three pages of subordinate conjunction (AAAWWUBBIS) information that can be used as handouts, blown up to be anchor charts, and used for an assessment. In a fun font and there's room for coloring in the AAAWWUBBIS letters to help students remember, too. A good introduction to the concept of opening
Continue the writing instruction you started with my Mentor Sentence resources with this Extension Pack! Offering even more skill reinforcement, this resource offers practice and assessment opportunities for students to further develop their writing. Designed to be used in conjunction with Punctuat
***UPDATE*** 8/3/2016: Now includes Writing Prompts and Express Lane Edits for Simple Sentences, FANBOYS, and AAAWWUBBIS, as well as Black and White versions of each anchor chart! ***UPDATE*** 3/4/2018: Errors fixed in FANBOYS and AAAWWUBBIS mentor sentences. This set of 6 anchor charts can be use
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Grades:
6th - 8th
Are your students stuck writing the same boring sentences? Want them to improve their writing using technology? Try these digital mentor sentences! Using engaging examples of fantastic writing, these Mentor Sentences are the best way to teach grammar and improve student writing. Click here for a
Continue the writing instruction you started with my Mentor Sentence resources with this Extension BUNDLE! Offering even more skill reinforcement, this resource offers practice and assessment opportunities for students to further develop their writing.Designed to be used in conjunction with either m
Grades:
7th - 10th
Writing Complex Sentences using AAAWWUUBBISThis activity helps writers practice using subordinating conjunctions to write complex sentences. (After, As, Although, While, When, Unless, Until, Because, Before, If, Since)To be used after a lesson about COMPLEX SENTENCES with dependent and independent c
AAAWWUBBIS words are the stars of this slideshow. In the slideshow, each one is showcased with an example. Most of these are from well known children's books. At the end of the slideshow is a practice activity. In addition I recommend having the students go on a scavenger hunt for these types
Practice using subordinating conjunctions
Grades:
5th - 8th
A great way for students to create sentences with AAAWWUBBIS. This would make a great interactive bulletin board. Students can display their silly sentences. This would go great with my AAAWWUBBIS poster! (free in my store!)
Reviews types of sentences, using subordinating conjunctions with the acronym AAAWWUBBIS, allows students an "Invitation to Notice" with excerpts from Wonder, and invites students to practice with "Now You Try."
This packet contains a fun way to help students branch out from writing simple sentences to skillfully combining them using key words to create complex sentences. I usually use this activity alongside narrative writing, but it can be brought back any time students need a refresher! I have even see
Grades:
4th - 6th
This is a great resource after you have launched AAAWWUBBIS and FANBOYS. Students can practice the acronyms and then apply the skill with two follow-up activities which increase in difficulty.
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4th - 9th
Commas are tricky! Why not make learning fun for students and have them be the teacher? This resource packet should be used after a mini-lesson given on AAWWUBBUIS and -ING Word Phrase Commas. Teaching points are provided for students to assist students with taking on the role of a teacher or coach
Grades:
3rd - 12th
Want to teach AAAWWUBBIS words (subordinating conjunctions) in a fun, active way that will aid learning? Use this SONG to help introduce or review with your students in a highly memorable mini-lesson. Set to the tune of "The Ants Go Marching", the AAAWWUBBIS Song is an ORIGINAL, silly composition
Practice strips for creating complex sentences using "AAAWWUBBIS" words (common subordinating conjunctions). Students can arrange strips with the dependent clause either before or after the main clause, then write the sentences they have created with correct punctuation. Can be used for individual p
Revising sentences is tricky business. Learning the acronym AAAWWUBBIS can help your students build better sentences using subordinating conjunctions like a pro. In this activity, students are given a list of common subordinating conjunctions from which they will build sentences. Example: Althou
In this product you will receive access to Preloaded Google Slides. All activities have movable pieces for student engagement & a hands on experience!Students will:learn or review the definition of a complex sentencelearn or review "AAAWWUBBIS" words to remember subordinating conjunctionsread se
This bundle includes notes and practice worksheets for Front (awwubbiss and non-aaawwubbis), Middle and End-Branch Sentences (Appositives). Each document provides a brief overview of the rules of each type of sentence with notes to fill in. For the practice sections, students must add commas, middle
This complete semester 1 curriculum will take you from the first day procedures, syllabus, and get-to-know-you activities to the final semester reflection. Every day and every lesson is planned and created for your 8th or 9th grade students. This bundle is completely digital, printable, and editable
This entire year of ELA curriculum will take you from the first day procedures and syllabus to the final end-of-year activities. Every day and every lesson is planned and created for your 8th or 9th grade students which leaves you with a no prep, no planning school year! A detailed curriculum map ou
Need a last minute review or teaching strategy to use with your struggling learners? Can your students correctly punctuate clauses? Have you tried AAAWWUBBIS? It works! 100% of my 7th graders passed the writing test last year, and I know that this quick lesson made the difference for a few of them!
Add some "chance" to your grammar practice! Students will enjoy rolling a die and then writing a corresponding conjunction. These pages use the FANBOYS and AAAWWUBBIS acronyms/mnemonic devices. 'Roll and Write" pages have instructions for students to check for proper grammar, as well as examples.
Five centers are included in this hands on collection. The skills targeted are as follows: comma placement, improving word choices, run on sentences, homophones, and dependent clauses using the AAAWWUBBIS words. These centers provides a way to deepen understanding and sharpen skills.
This resource is all about teaching students what compound and complex sentences are made of. This lesson includes sample sentences, practice sentences (with answers), coordinating conjunctions (FANBOYS), and subordinating conjunctions (AAAWWUBBIS).This file includes:Independent clauses - identifyin

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