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GO TO THE WRITING CONVENTIONS SECTION IN YOUR ELAR NOTEBOOK!!
(Copy the following information!!) Parts of Speech Noun Pronoun Verb Adjective Adverb Conjunction Preposition Interjection Article
Warm Up—9/2: Directions: Identify, by writing, each preposition in the following sentences. Do NOT write the sentences. **You only have three minutes. 1. Today, we will go to the mall. 2. Mrs. Chambers’s birthday is in July. 3. Mrs. Finley left her card on the kitchen counter. 4. Grandmother lived down the street from Aunt Janice and around the corner from the skating rink.
S.A.M. Sheet The S entence A nalysis M ap sheet has a host of sentence structural information that YOU will need for the entire school year. You will be provided with ONE. If you misplace the free one, you will need to ask a peer if you can borrow theirs to copy all of the information or see Mrs. Chambers for the alternate method of getting the information. AGAIN, we will use this sheet throughout the school year!
Warm Up Review/Discussion 1. Today, we will go to the mall. 2. Mrs. Chambers’s birthday is in July. 3. Mrs. Finley left her card on the kitchen counter. 4. Grandmother lived down the street from Aunt Janice and around the corner from the skating rink.
Preposition: shows the relationship (location, direction, time, or placement) between a noun or pronoun and another word in a sentence. EX: by, in, around, among, between, etc. Prepositional Phrase: a phrase that connects nouns, pronouns, and other words in a sentence. EX: [by the monkey bars] ; [in the garage] ; [between the two books] ; [among the group] ; [around the corner] Object of Preposition: the actual noun or pronoun in the prepositional phrase; the last word in the prepositional phrase; MUST be a noun or pronoun. EX: : [by the monkey bars] ; [among the group]; [in the garage] ; Prepositions & Prepositional Phrases
Next, you are going to take notes the The Steps to identifying Prepositional Phrases!!!! You are encouraged to copy EXACTLY what you see! You will have approximately 5 minutes to copy the information on the next slide! THERE IS NO TIME TO WASTE!!
[POP] Prepositional Phrases : The steps AFTER reading the sentence: 1. ID (identify) all of the prepositions in the sentence. 2. Place an open bracket ([) in front of the preposition. 3. Label the preposition by placing a “P” above each identified preposition in the sentence. 4. Place a closed bracket (]) behind the object of the preposition, which should be the (first) noun/pronoun following the preposition. 5. Label the noun or pronoun by writing “OP” above the object of the preposition.
If a verb follows the identified preposition, please note that NO prepositional phrase is present. When a verb follows the preposition, it is a verb phrase and not a prepositional phrase. EX: Jonathan used to play basketball. EX: Jonathan used to play basketball for DeSoto West. Become familiar with compound prepositions as well when identifying prepositions in sentences!!! EX: According to my aunt, biting your nails causes worms to form in your stomach. Special Notes
EXAMPLES of what you are about to do…[POP]! DO NOT copy anything from this slide!!! P OP EX 1: My dog loves to play [with his toys]. ( There is only one prepositional phrase in the example sentence above.) ___________________________________________________ P EX 2: The remote control is used to change channels [on OP P an electric device], not for hitting or throwing [at OP annoying people]. ( There are two prepositional phrases in the example sentence above.)
Small Group Practice Time!! You and your teammates will have 3 minutes ONLY to [POP] the sentences assigned to YOUR group!