Presentation on theme: "Warm Up – NOTES: “Clauses and Sentences”"— Presentation transcript:
1Warm Up – NOTES: “Clauses and Sentences” Simple Sentence = independent clause that is a complete thought.Compound Sentence = 2 ind. cl. joined by a coordinating conj. or a semicolon (;).Sentence, FANBOY sentence.Sentence; sentence.Complex Sentence.At least one independent CL and a simple sentence.
2Warm Up - Writer’s Notebook – Title: “Opener, Interrupter, Closer” Copy the following sentence patterns down:Opener, sentence.Sent, interrupter, ence.Sentence closer.Sentence = independent clauseOpener, interrupter, closer = dependent clauses, & phrases
3Sentence Pattern Examples: Before I go to work each morning, I stop at Starbucks for coffee.I stop at Starbucks, before I go to work each morning, for coffee.I stop at Starbucks for coffee, before I go to work each morning.
4Opener, sentence. Sentence Patterns Example: Before I go to work each morning, I stop at Starbucks for coffee.
5I stop at Starbucks, before I go to work each morning, for coffee. Sentence PatternsSent, interrupter, ence.Example:I stop at Starbucks, before I go to work each morning, for coffee.
6Sentence PatternsSentence closer.Example:I stop at Starbucks for coffee before I go to work each morning.
7Warm-Up – Writer’s Notebook Title: “Dependent Clauses” Write: AAAWWUBBIS vertically and fill in the correct word next to each letter.Using the sentence patterns (opener, interrupter, closer), compose three (3) complex sentences using an AAAWWUBBIS word (subordinating conjunction) to create the dependent clause.Underline the dependent clause and circle the punctuation for each sentence.