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Use these in your students' journals and with a magnet on your white board to teach students the difference between compound and complex sentences. As these types of sentences come up throughout the day, refer to your board copy. Students will master compound and complex sentences!Also checkout my
Grades:
3rd - 9th
Use this poster in your classroom so students can reference to create complex sentences. Half size sheet is included as well for student's to use in their interactive notebook.Includes:1- full size sheet1- half size sheet
AWUBIS words are subordinating conjunctions. There are the terms that combine two clauses into one sentence- making one statement dependent on the other. Use this gallery walk to practice writing complex sentences using common AWUBIS words. Includes 12 common subordinating conjunctions. Would mak
This is my ninth and final grammar unit in my series of mini-units that I've used in a 7th Grade English Language Arts class. Most of these units involve a good amount of sentence diagramming, but I opted to avoid that for this last one. However, at this point, my students are very comfortable ide
***See my store for more writing resources including text sets, prompts, and more journal glue ins****Elevate Your Students' Writing!With ever elusive rubric requirement of "skillfull" transitions. Transitions like first, next, last, additionally do not cut it in the rigorous world of writing. Have
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4th - 12th
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Your students will love this high-interest activity about honeybees, and you will love the combining sentence practice that it provides. Sentences are written to mirror the complexity and structure of the STAAR writing test.These adorable task cards include:*Combining Sentences to make them more e
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4th - 7th
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 This multi-page poster is a reminder of the AWUBIS words. It is easily printed out from a standard American printer and easily seen across a classroom. In my classroom, I like to print each page on brightly colored card- stock!
Grades:
4th - 12th, Adult Education
Use the acronym OASIS to help students keep their writing fresh and interesting. Onomatopoeia AWUBIS, FANBOYS, and other comma sentences Symbolism Imagery Similes and Metaphors
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3rd - 5th
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Students will review complete sentence rules as they identify fragments and run-ons. Sentences are written with a fun and engaging movie theme. Students will practice:Identifying run-ons, fragments, and complete sentencesCompound Sentences (FANBOYS)Complex Sentences (AWUBIS)Clipart Credit: Educli
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Grades:
3rd - 7th
Students will need a dice to roll a story to determine the: 1. Character2. Setting Time3. Setting place4. ConflictStudents are required to have a clear plot, conflict type, and theme, as well as character that exhibit specific character traits as well as AWUBIS transitions. (As long as....While... U
Grades:
4th - 7th
Looking for a fun activity that helps students review major usage concepts?I used this as a hands-on group review exercise before our STAAR EOC exam, but it works for anyone who wants to see if students know when a sentence requires a comma, a semicolon, or no punctuation at all.The activity require
Grades:
9th - 12th
Students will learn all about simple, compound, and complex sentences with these fun task cards, anchor charts, and mini anchor charts for their interactive notebooks. These non-fiction sentences about pandas are both fun and challenging. They are written to model the content students might find i
Complete Unit for Grammar Usage STAAR EOC ReviewWhy did I create this unit? In looking at data for students who did not pass the STAAR EOC, I could see that students who did not pass usually performed especially poorly on the m/c revising and editing questions. I analyzed every writing m/c question
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9th - 12th
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