Simple Steps to Sentence Sense Video Bundle with Practice Exercises
This video series which explains the Simple Steps to Sentence program by Charlene Tess is for public and private school teachers, homeschool teachers, and students of any age who want to learn to analyze and write English sentences. Learning grammar is easy if you study it in the proper sequence.
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These videos are short and easy to understand. You can use them with students who enroll late in the year, with students who need tutoring, or you can play each video for your class, sit back, and let me explain each of the eight steps as an introduction to the actual unit from the Simple Steps to Sentence Sense eBooks and resources.
- How to Use SAM (Sentence Analysis Map)
- Step 1 - Prepositional Phrases
- Step 2 - The Verb
- Step 3 - the Subject
- Step 4A - Action Verb Complements
- Step 4L - Linking Verb Complements
- Step 5 - Adjectives and Adverbs
- Step 6 - Finding Phrases (verbals, and appositives)
- Step 7 - Finding Clauses (adjective, adverb, and noun)
Do your students need help with analyzing English sentences? Maybe they are just learning English for the first time, or they are taking a foreign language that requires them to know sentence structure.
Whatever the reason, I can help. Grammar is my specialty. I have always loved taking sentences apart and putting them back together, and I taught my students how to do it for over three decades.
If your students, children, or grandchildren need help, I have exactly what they need. This series of short instructional videos will explain each of the eight steps in the Simple Steps to Sentence Sense program. I have also included a practice exercise and the answers for each step.
My series of eBooks can help students identify the parts of the English sentence and write well-constructed sentences of their own.
These videos complement all of my grammar eBooks and resources. You can find all the Simple Steps to Sentence Sense resources here.
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