Independent Clauses and Dependent Clauses in sentence structure. Help your students understand sentence structure and how to make compound sentences, complex sentences, and compound-complex sentences. Explains how to form compound sentences using independent clauses with commas and conjunctions or semicolons,and also with semicolons and transitional words. Explains how to make a complex sentence with subordinating or relative pronouns, and how to use a dependent clause at the beginning followed by a comma. Also notes how to make a compound-complex sentence by combining a compound sentence with a dependent clause. Lists coordinating conjunctions (in FANBOYS order), common subordinating conjunctions and relative pronouns. Concise, handy reference sheet for developing writing skills to put in student notebooks. Includes an additional practice worksheet sheet for identifying independent clauses and dependent clauses with key, and a corresponding story sheet for students to correct the sentence fragments and make their own version of the story.
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