Sentence Types PowerPoint

Sentence Types PowerPoint
Sentence Types PowerPoint
Sentence Types PowerPoint
Sentence Types PowerPoint
Sentence Types PowerPoint
Sentence Types PowerPoint
Sentence Types PowerPoint
Sentence Types PowerPoint
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Teaching sentence types? Introduce this important grammar and writing concept with the 27-slide Sentence Types PowerPoint. Product includes a deep dive into the four sentence types: Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative, and Explanatory along with proper end marks usage. Common Core-aligned product is an all-in-one lesson that concludes with a CFU formative assessment - great for evaluations!

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