This packet is to help you teach your students what phrases are and how they function in sentences. This is an important prerequisite for deciding if sentences are simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. CCSS 7L.1b
The following resources are provided to teach each of the five lessons:
• A teaching page – This is a handout that can be given to your students. It breaks down the lesson in easy to understand terms and provides examples and sometimes non-examples.
• A foldable or cutout – This can be used in interactive notebooks or simply as interactive activities. It is just a way to have your students involved so that if they do have that “glazed over” look while you are explaining the lesson, they must wake up and take part in the lesson.
• A practice page –This page can be assigned as classwork or homework, but its purpose is to make sure students have understood the lesson. You can supplement your own handouts or worksheets for more practice throughout the week.
• A quiz – A quiz is included.
We recommend introducing the lesson on Monday, working with the lesson through practice Tuesday-Thursday, and giving the quiz on Friday.
Monday –Introduce the lesson using the teaching page
Tuesday – Complete the interactive activity
Wednesday- Practice using the practice page and perhaps having students write sentences
Thursday – Review and supplement with an additional worksheet if needed
Friday – Give the provided quiz
This packet provides you a review of verbals too! This includes a review notes page, two practice pages, and a quiz.
Everything is ready for you to print and teach!
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Week 3: Types of Verbs -Linking Verbs
Week 4: Types of Verbs Review
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Week 6: Parts of Sentences - Direct Objects, (Indirect objects –optional)
Week 7: Parts of Sentences -Subject Compliments – predicate Nouns & Predicate Adjectives
Week 8: Parts of Sentences - What Are Phrases? Prepositional Phrases
Week 9: Jobs of nouns – Review of Subjects, Objects, Compliments
Week 10: Parts of Sentences - Verbals – Overview & Gerund Phrase
Week 11: Parts of Sentences - Infinitive Phrase
Week 12: Parts of Sentences - Participial Phrase & Verbals Review
Week 13: Parts of Sentences - Appositive Phrase
Week 14: Parts of Sentences - Clauses – Overview & Independent Clause
Week 15: Parts of Sentences - Dependent Clause – Adjective Clause
Week 16: Parts of Sentences - Dependent Clause – Adverb Clause
Week 17: Parts of Sentences - Dependent Clause – Noun Clause
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Week 19: Types of Sentences - Compound Sentences
Week 20: Types of Sentences - Complex Sentences
Week 21: Types of Sentences -Compound/Complex Sentences
Week 22: Review Week - Types of Sentences Practice
Week 23: Comma Rules - Introductory Phrases & Clauses
Week 24: Comma Rules - Essential and Nonessential Clauses and Phrases
Week 25: Comma Rules -Appositives and Appositive Phrases
Week 26: Punctuation Rule - Compound Sentences
Week 27: Comma Rules - Coordinate Adjectives
Week 28: Common Problems - Dangling and Misplaced Modifiers
Week 29: Common Problems - Affect Vs. Effect
Week 30: Common Problems - Run-on Sentences & Fragments
Week 31: Common Problems - To Vs. Too
Week 32: Common Problems - There, Their, They’re
Week 33: Common Problems - I or Me?
Week 34: Common Problems - Singular Vs. Plural Pronouns
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