Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sort for TEKS 4.15C, 4.20A, and 4.20C

Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sort for TEKS 4.15C, 4.20A, and 4.20C
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sort for TEKS 4.15C, 4.20A, and 4.20C
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sort for TEKS 4.15C, 4.20A, and 4.20C
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sort for TEKS 4.15C, 4.20A, and 4.20C
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sort for TEKS 4.15C, 4.20A, and 4.20C
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sort for TEKS 4.15C, 4.20A, and 4.20C
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sort for TEKS 4.15C, 4.20A, and 4.20C
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sort for TEKS 4.15C, 4.20A, and 4.20C
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Students will learn all about simple, compound, and complex sentences with these fun task cards, anchor charts, and mini anchor charts for their interactive notebooks. These non-fiction sentences about pandas are both fun and challenging. They are written to model the content students might find in STAAR writing passages. Use part or all of this product to teach your class about subjects and predicates, dependent and independent clauses, and compound and complex sentences.

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*12 Task Cards with a mix of simple, compound, and complex sentences about pandas

*3 Heading Mats for students to use for a task card sort

*Recording sheet for students to break the simple task card sentences into subject and predicates

*Recording sheet for students to break the compound sentences into two independent clauses each with a subject and a predicate

*Recording sheet for students to break the complex sentences in one dependent and one independent clause

*FANBOYS Anchor Charts (Coordinating Conjunctions for Compound Sentences)

*AWUBIS Anchor Charts (Subordinating Conjunctions for Complex Sentences)

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Creative Clips by Krista Walden

Alina V Design and Resources

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Place phrases and clauses within a sentence, recognizing and correcting misplaced and dangling modifiers.
Choose among simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences to signal differing relationships among ideas.
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
Vary sentence patterns for meaning, reader/listener interest, and style.
Expand, combine, and reduce sentences for meaning, reader/listener interest, and style.
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