This 21 page handbook is the answer for teachers and students who want a blueprint to analyze English sentences and learn to write them correctly. Anyone who has been confused by all the terms and rules associated with English grammar will love following the method I have used successfully since 1964.
I'm Charlene Tess, and I have taught thousands of students to follow 8 simple steps to analyze sentences. Those students were successful in analyzing and writing English sentences and found the process easy and fun. You can learn this way, too.
This eBook is different from the three Simple Steps to Sentence Sense books.Simple Steps to Sentence Sense for High School was first published in 1996, Simple Steps to Sentence Sense for Middle School in 2010, and Simple Steps to Sentence Sense for Elementary Students and ESL Students in 2011.
The difference is that this eBook contains instructional material and teaches you how to analyze and write sentences correctly, but it is not a workbook, and it does not contain exercises and tests. It is great for teachers and students who need a handbook.
If you want to practice what you have learned, you can purchase a set of practice exercises and writing connection pages for only $15. You will find those exercises here.
For a limited time, I am offering a FREE packet of exercises to accompany this book that contains the highly acclaimed SAM sheet. Get your copy while it is available. The link to the free exercises is in the book.
This eBook is aligned with: CCSS.ELA - Literacy.CCRA.L.1 Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
This eBook is aligned with: CCSS.ELA - Literacy.CCRA.L.2 Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
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