Compound Subject & Predicate vs. Compound Sentences {Sentence Structure}

Compound Subject & Predicate vs. Compound Sentences {Sentence Structure}
Compound Subject & Predicate vs. Compound Sentences {Sentence Structure}
Compound Subject & Predicate vs. Compound Sentences {Sentence Structure}
Compound Subject & Predicate vs. Compound Sentences {Sentence Structure}
Compound Subject & Predicate vs. Compound Sentences {Sentence Structure}
Compound Subject & Predicate vs. Compound Sentences {Sentence Structure}
Compound Subject & Predicate vs. Compound Sentences {Sentence Structure}
Compound Subject & Predicate vs. Compound Sentences {Sentence Structure}
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Compound Subject & Predicate vs. Compound Sentences: Lesson, Practice Sheet (notes page), Student Interactive Bulletin Board, Task Cards, and Advanced Extension Activity! This 23 page download is everything you'll need. (Cards look good in black and white if you need to save colored ink.)

Download the FREE PREVIEW to see all materials and instructions closer.

INCLUDES:
-Teacher Instruction Sheet
-5 Posters
-Student Practice Sheet (doubles as notes page)
-Instructions for and photos of Interactive Student Bulletin Board
-32 Task Cards
-Recording Sheet
-Task Card Answer Key
-Absent Student Worksheet version of the cards
-Advanced Extension Activity available in two versions, underlining and highlighting (using the same cards, students identify the subjects and verbs)
-Advanced Extension Activity Answer Key

Background Knowledge and Purpose:
Students should know that a subject and predicate make up a basic sentence. Students should be able to identify the subject’s main noun and the predicate’s main verb. These task cards are to be used as practice in identifying correctly written examples of compound sentences and three types of simple sentences (compound subjects, compound predicates, and compound subjects with compound predicates.)

TASK CARD USE:
These cards can be used in a variety of ways including, but not limited to:
-group or partner work
-individual work
-literacy/writing center
-early finisher work
-extra credit
-tutoring groups
-As a "Scoot" game
-*individual or group race (give allotted time, person/group with most correct in that amount of time wins!)

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-Sentence Types Unit: Simple, Compound, Complex
-Sentence Types Review Game: Simple, Compound, Complex (Whole-Class, PowerPoint)
-Complex Sentences: A Hands On Sentence Creating Activity
-Compound Sentences: A Hands On Sentence Combining Activity
-Compound Sentence Writing: combining simple sentences
-Sentence Types Task Cards: Simple, Compound, Complex w/ advanced extension chart
-Compound and Complex Sentence Hands-On BUNDLE

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By copyright law, the purchase of this product entitles one teacher the use of the digital and printed files for a single classroom. Files are not to be shared or published (including being displayed on a website) in any way without direct permission from the author: JessicaAnnOsborne@yahoo.com
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