Noun phrase, Verb phrase, Adjectival phrase, Adverbial phrase, Participial phrase, Prepositional phrase, Absolute phrase, Independent Clause, Dependent Clause, Noun Clause, Relative Clause, and Adjectival Clause are all discussed in this lesson.
This product includes a PowerPoint, an EATS lesson plan (tied to the Common Core Standards), several worksheets and activities, and two graphic organizers.
Complete with an essential question, activating strategy, vocabulary, teaching strategies, and an exit ticket, students learn the difference between phrases and clauses.
In Part 1, students are shown examples of each phrase type:
The class will fill out a graphic organizer, practice with partners and practice individually using different phrases.
In Part 2, students are shown examples of each clause type:
Again, the class will fill out a graphic organizer, practice with partners, and practice individually using different clauses.
In Part 3, students get a chance to review. There are opportunities for differentiation in the activities. For example, on the PPT, students are asked to create example sentences. To challenge students, teachers may opt to ask students to use a topic. On Worksheet #5, students are challenged to identify phrase/clause types.
Lastly, students will complete an exit ticket.
This is a complete lesson- ready for your classroom.
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