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1 Writing Detailed Sentences First Grade Ms. DelaCruz and Mrs. Kilchenstein

2 Our Goals c By the end of the lesson you should be able to: explain what a detailed sentence is. write a detailed sentence about a topic.

3 What are these?

4 illustrations

5 What are these? Z u S t O l D r Q W H p K f M O y B j X i J

6 letters

7 What are these? the room story help have hike beautiful will on school said we once October

8 words

9 When you combine a group of words what does that make?

10 Sentences! The dog is brown. My brown, fluffy dog jumped up on the couch and spilled the big bowl of buttered popcorn.

11 Detailed Sentences Help readers make a picture in their mind Include details about the topic Begin with a capital letter End with punctuation (. ? !) Words spelled correctly

12 Classify the sentences at your table as detailed or itty bitty.

13 Sample Sentences He is wearing a hat. In the first square on your paper, draw what this sentence makes you think about in your brain.

14 Sample Sentences He is wearing a hat, mittens and a coat. In the second square on your paper, draw what this sentence makes you think about in your brain.

15 Sample Sentences John put on his red knit hat, blue mittens and warm yellow coat to stand out in the deep, deep snow! In the final square on your paper, draw what this sentence makes you think about in your brain.

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17 Rubric for Detailed Sentences To earn a 3 detailed sentences must: Help readers make a picture in their mind Include details about the topic Begin with a capital letter End with punctuation (. ? !) Words spelled correctly

18 Evaluate Sentences Read the sentences your teachers wrote. Do they meet the criteria for a 3? Vote with your thumb.

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20 Let’s Write One Together Work with your teacher to write a detailed sentence as a class. Analyze the next image.

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22 Write One With A Group Work with your group to write a detailed sentence. Analyze the next image.

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24 Write One Independently Write a detailed sentence independently. Analyze the next image.

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26 Evaluate Your Sentence Using the Rubric To earn a 3 detailed sentences must: Help readers make a picture in their mind Include details about the topic Begin with a capital letter End with punctuation (. ? !) Words spelled correctly

27 Our Goals c By the end of the lesson you should be able to: explain what a detailed sentence is. write a detailed sentence about a topic.


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