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Mrs. Goglins Jeopardy
THE RULES: Give each answer in the form of a question Instructor/Hosts decisions are FINAL
And now…here is the host of Jeopardy… Mrs. Goglin
Lets Get Ready to play… Todays Categories are:
Simple and Compound sentences
Kinds of Kinds of Dependent Clauses
$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Clauses $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Simple And Compound $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Complex Sentences $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Kinds of Kinds of Dependent Clauses $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Compound- Complex Sentences DD FJ
If you like spicy foods, you will like my salsa. Answer…
Dependent Clause 100
At this slumber party we will try to stay awake until the sun rises. Answer…
Dependent Clause 200
Noras black cat is the one that climbed inside the piano. Answer…
Dependent Clause 300
I cant remember where I left my umbrella. Answer…
Independent Clause 400
Although the pioneers recognized the dangers, they set off across the prairie in great numbers. Answer…
Independent Clause 500
Little Jeremy picked up his toy shovel, and went to the garden. Answer…
No comma needed 100
Vera lit the candles on her mothers birthday cake and Mrs. Thompson blew them all out. Answer…
A comma is needed after the word cake. 200
The bell is ringing, we are late for class again. Answer…
The word and is needed after the comma, or the comma could be a semicolon. 300
The 100-watt bulb in that lamp is new yet it burned out. Answer…
A comma is needed after the word new. 400
Michael studied for hours; now he expects to do well on his test. Answer…
No error 500
Ichabod Crane hurried home that night because he was afraid of ghosts. Answer…
Because he was afraid of ghosts 100
The children accepted the challenge to raise the funds for the statue. Answer…
No dependent clause 200
Roscoe played with his dog whenever he had a free minute. Answer…
Whenever he had a free minute 300
Until the canoe neared the rapids, the ride downstream was easy. Answer…
Until the canoe neared the rapids 400
Not all the cars that enter this race will complete the course. Answer…
That enter this race 500
How the detective finds the guilty person is explained in this exciting film. Answer…
We decided that, until the storm ends, we will stay here at the library. Answer…
Marvins class visited the home where Abraham Lincoln once lived. Answer…
Most of us cant remember what we dreamed about during the night. Answer…
Many of the students who took the test this morning think they did well. Answer…
We realized that wind had suddenly shifted. Answer…
Complex sentence 100
Crystal managed to get the drummers signature before the band left. Answer…
Complex sentence 200
They arrived at the airport on time, but it was shut down because fog had rolled in. Answer…
Compound-complex sentence 300
The stream contains gold, but it is not easy to find. Answer…
Compound sentence 400
Carlos and Murray might help on Saturday, or I will have to ask Nancy and Maria. Answer…
Compound sentence 500
Daily Double How much do you want to wager? Daily Double Daily Double
CATEGORY: Semicolons How much do you want to wager? Proceed…
A semicolon can be substituted for a comma and a coordinating conjunction for one of these reasons. Proceed…
Variety, dramatic effect, Variety, dramatic effect, added pause, or for added Contrast or balance between two closely related ideas.
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Credits Created by: Chad Kafka, Business Teacher - Huntley High School Modified by Mrs. Goglin for 8 th Grade Language Arts and Reading Jeopardy sound effects used solely for the purpose of fun, entertainment, and education and NOT for profit.
Mrs. Goglin’s Jeopardy THE RULES: Give each answer in the form of a question Instructor/Host’s decisions are FINAL.
Mr. Stegman’s FunctionJeopardy THE RULES: Give each answer in the form of a question Instructor/Host’s decisions are FINAL.
Mr. Wells Jeopardy THE RULES: Give each answer in the form of a question Instructor/Hosts decisions are FINAL.
Jeopardy Punctuating Clauses Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200
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Category Category Category Category Category.
Grammar Review. Clause vs. Phrase Clause: A group of related words with both a subject and a verb. May or may not be able to stand on its own. Phrase:
blanch rudimentary surreal mien As we talk about these grammar basics today, please take your own notes. Format your notes like this: (key words.
Mr. Wells Jeopardy THE RULES: Give each answer in the form of a question Instructor/Host’s decisions are FINAL.
Simple Compound Complex Compound-Complex
As we talk about these grammar basics today, please take your own notes. Format your notes like this: (key words in left column) complete sentence (notes/definitions.
Adverb Clauses. Remember: A complex sentence is made up of an independent clause (which can stand alone) and a dependent clause(which must be attached.
Blank Jeopardy. Category #1 Category #2 Category #3 Category #4 Category #
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences
Sight Words. the of and a to in is you that.
Category Heading Category Heading Category Heading.
Subordinate Adverbial Clauses. Subordinate Clauses A clause is a group of words with a subject and a verb. A subordinate clause cannot stand alone.
BACK IN THE BAY AGAIN JUST IN THE NICK OF TIME PARTY PEOPLE IN DA HOUSE WORKING FOR THE MAN LETS TALK ABOUT EX, BAY-BEE POTPOURRI $100 $200 $300 $400.
Types of Sentences Boring, Better, Best. Simple Sentence A simple sentence contains a subject (noun or pronoun) and a predicate (verb). It expresses a.
COMPOUND & COMPLEX SENTENCES Regan A common weakness in writing is the lack of varied sentences. Becoming aware of three general types of sentences--simple,
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Tuesday, Oct. 15 th : “A” Day Wednesday, Oct. 16 th : “B” Day (early out) Agenda Ch. 2 review questions? Jeopardy Review Homework: Vocab Puzzle/Concept.
THE RULES: All teams play each question Give each answer in the form of a question Host’s decisions are FINAL.
Simple Sentence A simple sentence, also called an independent clause, contains a subject and a verb, and it expresses a complete thought.
Sentence Structure: Sentence Types
BBI2412 WRITING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES. Four types of sentences, which are: 1. Simple sentences 2. Compound sentences 3. Complex sentences 4. Compound-complex.
Compound & Complex Sentences. Sometimes two simple sentences have related ideas. The sentences can be joined to form a compound sentence.
Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Category.
Do Now Take a Grammar Review worksheet from my desk and begin answering questions.
Subordinating Conjunctions Using AAAWWUBBIS to link dependent and independent clauses into complex sentences.
TYPES OF SENTENCES KNOW THEM, USE THEM, LEARN TO LOVE THEM.
Independent & Dependent Clauses
Ms. Gliot ’ s GeographyJeopardy THE RULES: Instructor/Host’s decisions are FINAL Arguing will result in loss of points.
Simple, Compound, Complex and Compound-Complex Sentences.
Sentence Structure Exercise.
PUMPED-UP GRAMMAR! GEE, KIDS, IT’D BE JUST SUPER IF YOU WOULD USE WORDS CORRECTLY! Compound Sentences Complex Sentences Fragments and Run-Ons.
Ever feel like you’re not getting anywhere with your writing???
Here are just a few key points to remember. Adjective clause- is a subordinate clause that modifies a noun or pronoun by telling what kind or which one.
Sentence Variety WRITE THE FOLLOWING NEW TERMS IN THE GRAMMAR SECTION OF YOUR NOTEBOOK: WRITE THE FOLLOWING NEW TERMS IN THE GRAMMAR SECTION OF YOUR NOTEBOOK:
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences. Simple Sentence A simple sentence, also called an independent clause, contains a subject and a verb, and it expresses.
Team 4Team 5 Team 6 Team 1Team 2Team 3 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Round 1.
Unit 2 Language Clauses and Sentence Structure. What is a Clause? A clause is a group of words that contains a subject and a verb. A clause is a group.
The Four Types of Sentences
Simple, Complex, and Compound Sentences
The Joy of Sentences Simple Compound Complex Compound-Complex.
Phrases and Clauses. Preposition Review A preposition relates the noun or pronoun following it to another word in the sentence.
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