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2 SUSTAINED SILENT READING  15 Minutes of SILENT reading.  Stay seated  If you do not have a book, you may use one of mine from the shelf, a top 10, or a magazine.  Follow the class rules.  Raise your hand if you have a question or need help!  NO MUSIC C= No conversation H= Raise your hand A= SSR 15 Minutes M= No movement, stay seated in YOUR desk P= If you are ACTUALLY reading S= Level 0

3 AnnouncementsTuesday, October 15th The library is closed all day, if you need a book get one form the shelf. Student Council meeting this Thursday before and after school. Teen Read Week spirit days posted on the agenda board -SSR 15 Minutes -Compound Sentences -The Spider Man Behind Spiderman -QR code Active Reading Warm-Up: How could you combine the following sentences? 1. Yesterday was a holiday. 2. I went to my friends house to spend the night.

4 WARM-UP ACTIVITY HOW COULD YOU COMBINE THESE SENTENCES? 1. Yesterday was a holiday 2. I went to my friends house to spend the night  Yesterday was a holiday, so I went to my friend’s house to spend the night. Ohhh, I see what you did there.

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6 A compound sentence contains 2 independent clauses (“complete sentences”) joined by a comma and a coordinating conjunction. (“complete sentence” + “complete sentence”) I like pizza. + I like hamburgers. I like pizza, and I like hamburgers. coordinating conjunction

7 THERE ARE SEVEN COORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS USED TO JOIN INDEPENDENT CLAUSES IN COMPOUND SENTENCES: FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO A.K.A. “F A N B O Y S” *A comma must go before the FANBOYS in a compound sentence.

8 A compound sentence contains 2 independent clauses (“complete sentences”) joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS. (coordinating conjunctions) I like pizza. + I like hamburgers. I like pizza, and I like hamburgers. One of the FANBOYS Comma

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10 He wants to see the lion. + It is his favorite animal. He wants to see the lion, for it is his favorite animal. COMPOUND SENTENCE--Example 1: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO IMPORTANT: The word “for” works like the word “because” or “since” when used as one of the FANBOYS in a compound sentence.

11 Jenny found ten Easter eggs. + Tommy found eleven. Jenny found ten Easter eggs, and Tommy found eleven. COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 2: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

12 COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 3: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO I don’t like broccoli. + I do not like peas. I don’t like broccoli, nor do I like peas. IMPORTANT: Note how the word order in the second part of the sentence changes slightly when using “nor” as one of the FANBOYS.

13 I have many friends. + Chris is my best friend. I have many friends, but Chris is my best friend. COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 4: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

14 Do you want to go to the park? + Would you rather go to the zoo? Do you want to go to the park, or would you rather go to the zoo? COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 5: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

15 Max wanted a circle-shaped cake. + Ann bought a square one. Max wanted a circle-shaped cake, yet Ann bought a square one. COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 6: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

16 I studied for the test. + I know I will do well. I studied for the test, so I know I will do well. COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 7: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

17 He grabbed his umbrella. + It was raining outside. He grabbed his umbrella, for it was raining outside. COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 8: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO IMPORTANT: The word “for” works like the word “because” or “since” when used as one of the FANBOYS in a compound sentence.

18 Billy has a high fever. + He also has a sore throat. Billy has a high fever, and he also has a sore throat. COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 9: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

19 COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 10: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO IMPORTANT: Note how the word order in the second part of the sentence changes slightly when using “nor” as one of the FANBOYS. I am not afraid of spiders. + I am not afraid of snakes. I am not afraid of spiders, nor am I afraid of snakes.

20 I want to buy the toy. + I don’t have enough money. I want to buy the toy, but I don’t have enough money. COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 11: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

21 You can play on the slide. + You can go on the swings. You can play on the slide, or you can go on the swings. COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 12: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

22 My sister spilled the milk. + I was the one who was blamed. My sister spilled the milk, yet I was the one who was blamed. COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 13: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS) FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

23 I didn’t wake up on time. + I was late for work. I didn’t wake up on time, so I was late for work. COMPOUND SENTENCE—Example 14: “complete sentence” + “complete sentence” joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

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25 1.The squirrel ran across the road. I had to swerve the car to avoid hitting it. 2.His dog won first prize in the dog show. I think my dog should have won. GUIDED PRACTICE #1 Choose the correct coordinating conjunctions (FANBOYS) to join these independent clauses. FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

26 1.The squirrel ran across the road, and I had to swerve the car to avoid hitting it. 2.His dog won first prize in the dog show, but I think my dog should have won. *(Note:These are suggested coordinating conjunctions. Other FANBOYS might also be suitable.)

27 GUIDED PRACTICE #1 Choose the correct coordinating conjunctions (FANBOYS) to join these independent clauses. 1.We can have spaghetti for dinner. We can have roast beef. 2.I baked a cake. It didn’t taste very good. FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

28 1.We can have spaghetti for dinner, or_ we can have roast beef. 2.I baked a cake, but it didn’t taste very good. *(Note: These are suggested coordinating conjunctions. Other FANBOYS might also be suitable.)

29 GUIDED PRACTICE #1 Choose the correct coordinating conjunctions (FANBOYS) to join these independent clauses. 1.It was raining hard. I went back into the house to get my umbrella. 2.He was struggling to stay afloat. He didn’t know how to swim. FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO

30 1.It was raining hard, so I went back into the house to get my umbrella. 2.He was struggling to stay afloat, for he didn’t know how to swim. *(Note: These are suggested coordinating conjunctions. Other FANBOYS might also be suitable.)

31 GUIDED PRACTICE #2 Determine whether or not the sentences are compound sentences. (2 independent clauses joined by a coordinating conjunction) 1.Marty is my best friend, and we have lots of fun together. 2. I brought an apple for the teacher this morning. 3. I don’t know what I’m going to do about that yet. 4.She likes all school subjects, but her favorite is math. FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO ***The sentence does not have 2 independent clauses. ***The sentence has 2 independent clauses joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS. ***The sentence has 2 independent clauses joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS.

32 1.He will take a nap in the bedroom or on the couch. 2.I spent all my money on toys, so I don’t have enough to buy candy. 3. He wants to lose weight, yet he refuses to exercise. 4. She hates chopping onions because it makes her cry. FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO GUIDED PRACTICE #2 Determine whether or not the sentences are compound sentences. (2 independent clauses joined by a coordinating conjunction) ***The sentence does not have a coordinating conjunction. The word “because” is a SUBORDINATING conjunction, not a COORDINATING conjunction. It is NOT one of the FANBOYS. ***The sentence does not have 2 independent clauses. ***The sentence has 2 independent clauses joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS.

33 1.I didn’t enjoy the hot weather, yet I got a nice tan. 2.He reads mystery stories, for he likes the suspense. 3. I have to do a research report and make a diorama. 4. She doesn’t want to vacuum the carpet or help me mop the floor. FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO GUIDED PRACTICE #2 Determine whether or not the sentences are compound sentences. (2 independent clauses joined by a coordinating conjunction) ***The sentence has 2 independent clauses joined by a comma and one of the FANBOYS. ***The sentence does not have 2 independent clauses.

34 GUIDED PRACTICE #3 ADD AN INDEPENDENT CLAUSE AFTER EACH OF THE FANBOYS BELOW TO CREATE A COMPOUND SENTENCE. 1. I used to think he was honest, but_____________. 2. He was making the dog angry, and____________. 3. They better not make a mess, or______________. 4. She didn’t hear me, for______________________.

35 GUIDED PRACTICE #3 ADD AN INDEPENDENT CLAUSE AFTER EACH OF THE FANBOYS BELOW TO CREATE A COMPOUND SENTENCE. 1. He practices his trumpet everyday, yet_________. 2. She wanted to learn to dance, so______________. 3. I don’t like pizza, nor _______________________. 4. We watered the plant daily, but_______________.

36 A compound sentence contains 2 independent clauses (“complete sentences”) joined by a comma and a coordinating conjunction.

37 THERE ARE SEVEN COORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS USED TO JOIN INDEPENDENT CLAUSES IN COMPOUND SENTENCES: FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO “F A N B O Y S” *A COMMA MUST GO BEFORE THE FANBOYS IN THE COMPOUND SENTENCE

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39 In the Literature book… Reading for information, readers workshop on Pg. 884 Notes with reading workshop “The Spiderman Behind Spiderman” by Bijal P. Trivedi pg. 892 ONLINE TEXTBOOK: ified=true&message=logout ified=true&message=logout


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