This lesson includes a sentence structure practice worksheet and exemplar that could be used as a model for kids or to guide the instructor in creating his/her own exemplar with relevant examples. Students are asked to compose two sentences of each
This lesson includes a do now where students are asked to identify compound sentences. Then, students will practice composing compound sentences for the coordinating conjunctions "but," "or," "yet," and "so." A definition, plus example sentences,
This resource provides students with practice for composing complex sentences with the subordinating conjunctions while, rather than, unless, and after. There is a brief notes section for each subordinating conjunction providing a definition and
Included in this set is a model lesson for creating a five paragraph essay for an informational prompt. The model essay is around discussing the qualities of a good colleague. I model this essay while students write their own essay about the
This lesson includes a do now where students are asked to identify the independent and dependent clauses within each sentence. Then, they will complete a side-by-side analysis to determine the rules for composing a complex sentence. (DC,IC and
This lesson has students practice composing complex sentences for the subordinating conjunctions though, before, once, and as. In part one, students are exposed to the definitions of the conjunctions and are asked to practice composing two
This worksheet covers what compound sentences are, how to identify them, and how to compose them for the coordinating conjunctions "for," "and," and "nor." First, students are taught how to identify compound sentences using the Guess What test.
In this lesson, students will begin with a do now where they respond to a prompt about describing a journey to school. Then, students will complete a side-by-side analysis to determine rules for composing an interrupter within a sentence. (answers