When you tell your students to answer in complete sentences, do they really know exactly what makes up a complete sentence? It's really very simple. A complete sentence has a subject, predicate, and is a complete thought.
When students know what to look for, they can analyze their own writing to ensure they are using complete sentences. While the content is traditional, this grammar unit appeals to different learning styles in modern, engaging ways! It includes definitions & explanations, printable practice worksheets for in-class or homework, partner activities, a two-player game, task cards, practice test, and end-of-unit test.
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