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Punctuation Marks By: Holly Fields. Learning Objective Learning Objective: After this lesson, you will be able to identify and use punctuation marks correctly.

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1 Punctuation Marks By: Holly Fields

2 Learning Objective Learning Objective: After this lesson, you will be able to identify and use punctuation marks correctly. State curriculum standard: Include editing before the completion of finished work.1.Apply elements of language (e.g., end marks, capitalization) and use complete sentences when writing and editing. NETSS: 2. Use a variety of media and technology resources for directed and independent learning activities. (1, 3) My name is Ms. Fields. Today we will be learning how to use punctuation marks at the end of sentences.

3 Directions This button takes you back. This button takes you to the next page. This button leads you to the menu page. This button brings you back here to the directions page. This button takes you to the quiz.

4 Menu Period Question Mark Exclamation Point

5 What is a period? A period is a point used at the end of a declarative sentence, or a sentence that simply tells you something.

6 Example sentences ending with a period I enjoy baking cookies. The classroom is filled with children. My class is going to the zoo today.

7 What is a question mark? A question mark is the ending mark used at the end of a sentence that asks a question.

8 Example sentences using question marks Did you go to the park today? How many stickers do I have? Can we see elephants at the zoo?

9 What is an exclamation point? An exclamation point is a mark used at the end of a sentence to give a strong feeling or significance to the statement.

10 Example sentences ending with an exclamation point I love ice cream! The children are scared and screaming! Wow, that slice of pizza is huge!!

11 Lets sum up what we have learned about punctuation marks! A period ends a statement. A question mark ends a question. An exclamation point shows excitement or strong feelings for a statement.

12 Now, lets take the quiz Instructions: Read each sentence carefully and decide which answer shows the correct punctuation mark for each sentence. Click the forward arrow to start the quiz!

13 My dogs name is Max __ a.) b.) c.)

14 Correct!

15 Oops! Try Again.

16 Wow, Kevin hit a homerun __ a.) b.) c.)

17 Correct!

18 Oops! Try Again.

19 How much homework do you have tonight __ a.) b.) c.)

20 Correct!

21 Oops! Try Again.

22 My teacher is the best teacher in the world __ a.) b.) c.)

23 Correct!

24 Oops! Try Again.

25 I crossed the street on my way to school today __ a.) b.) c.)

26 Correct!

27 Oops! Try Again.

28 Do you know how to correctly use punctuation marks __ a.) b.) c.)

29 Correct!

30 Oops! Try Again.

31 Resources Information from: McGraw-Hill 1st Grade Language Arts Book Images from: Microsoft OfficeMicrosoft Office Clip Art


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