This 16 page differentiated center product with task cards and sorts is one I created to explicitly teach students guided written responses using whole sentences rather than in phrases. This is a way to The activities are differentiated for various reading levels.
I decided to make it so that the kids could cut out portions of the pages and glue them into interactive notebooks as a record of what we did on a particular day.
*Six create--a-sentence task cards
*One marking sentence parts practice page
*Six add phrases to given subjects/verbs task cards
*One cut and match the subject/verbs to phrases page with writing space for the results of the match
*One cut and paste, Is it a Sentence?---yes or no page
*One yes or no, Is it a Sentence?--- sort
*One identification page (phrases or sentences)
*One interactive notebook pockets activity with eight items to sort
NEW: I added new task cards, ESL Insights (guide for teacher of ELLs), core standards, and I also renamed the product (new cover) to better suit its purpose.
Use frequently occurring conjunctions (e.g., and, but, or, so, because).
Recognize the distinguishing features of a sentence
Produce, expand, and rearrange complete simple and compound sentences.
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