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1 SET Brain pop Time mmar/subjectandpredicate/preview.we mlhttp://www.brainpop.com/english/gra mmar/subjectandpredicate/preview.we ml This lesson we are going to learn about complete predicates.

2 Objectives/I can statement Vocabulary Slide presentation complete predicate Model how to determine complete and simple predicates Groups of 2 determine complete predicates Questions Summary Game Time Questions Summary Relate to life Assessment/intervention/early finishers/ Extended writing/set goal/summary Agenda

3 Standards and I can statement L.3.1 Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. Ensure subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent agreement. Objective: I can determine the complete predicate of a sentence with 85% accuracy.

4 WHAT IS A COMPLETE PREDICATE?

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6 What kinds of words could we add to learn to make it more complete? The man combed. A complete predicate includes the verb and the words related to it. It tells what the subject did or is. ACADEMIC VOABULARY COMPLETE PREDICATE

7 Complete Predicate Examples: 1. The comet hurled toward Earth. 2. Its tail was two million miles long. 3. It kept speeding toward America every day. Now as a class write a sentence with a complete predicate and underline it twice.

8 Reminders: A complete predicate includes the verb and the words related to it. It tells what the subject did or is. The man combed his hair with a rake.

9 REVIEW SIMPLE PREDICATES The simple predicate is the main word (verb) in the complete predicate. The man combed his hair with a rake. 1. The comet hurled toward Earth. 2. Its tail was two million miles long. 3. It kept speeding toward America every day.

10 Model Model how to determine a complete and simple subject in a sentence. I will underline the complete predicate twice and circle the simple predicate. The tall boy stood up on the bus and hit his head.

11 Groups of 2 Assignment Look at your sentence provided for you. Read your group sentence and in each sentence, highlight the complete predicate and circle the simple predicate. If you finish before the other groups, write another sentence on the back Groups will have ten minutes. Groups will give academic feedback

12 Questions 1 Level 1: What is a complete predicate? Level 2: Explain why this is the complete predicate: The little boy wanted to go home to see his parents. Level 3: How can you determine what the complete predicate is? Level 4: Compare and contrast the difference between complete and simple predicate? Level 5: Can you construct a sentence and explain the complete predicate? Level 6: What do you think about complete predicates?

13 Summary Who can tell me what we have learned and done so far in this lesson? Fist to five using our class learning scale how do you feel about your understanding of today’s lesson so far? Objective: I can determine the complete predicates of a sentence with 85% accuracy.

14 Group of 2 Game Groups of two will come to the board. Your group will read the sentences together and decide what is the complete predicates of the sentences. Then, your group will underline the complete subject of the sentence. The rest of the class will agree or disagree.

15 1 Julie packed her bag for the trip.

16 2 The tiny cabins disappointed the passengers.

17 3 A large crowd waited at the dock.

18 4 A huge storm cloud blew in from the west.

19 5 Rain delayed our travel plans.

20 6 My mother checked our tickets.

21 7 The yellow truck raced down the highway.

22 8 My dad lost his car keys at the zoo.

23 9 The small dog chased the little white rabbit across the field.

24 10 I finshed all of my class work today.

25 Question 2 Other perspectives/cultures: Would students in France need to know about complete predicates? Generating ideas: Generate ideas on where you would find a complete predicate in a sentence. Talk to your group. Abstraction: Visualize a sentence? Share with your partner and your partner will tell you what the complete predicate of your sentence. Predicting: Predict what would happen if your sentences never had a predicate. Conclusions: What conclusions can you draw about a complete predicates? Other subjects: When reading your reading stories, would you find a complete predicates? If you were a complete predicate, what would you say about yourself?

26 Summary Who can tell me what we have learned and done so far in this lesson? Fist to five using our class learning scale how do you feel about your understanding of today’s lesson so far? Objective: I can determine the complete predicates of a sentence with 85% accuracy.

27 Relate to Life Complete Predicate Home SchoolPlayground

28 Early finishers: Write sentences and underline the complete subject. Intervention: Group 1 and anyone else needing help meet me at the intervention table. Extended Writing: We will continue working our writing paper in language. Set goal: Tell three things to your parents that you learned about complete subjects and make sure you tell them where the complete subject is located in your sentence Portfolio: L.3.1: Determine the complete predicate of a sentence Explain what is the difference between a complete predicate and a simple predicate? Group 1 and 2: Complete the complete subject worksheet and on the back answer the reflection question Group 3 and 4: Complete the complete subject worksheet and on the back answer the reflection question.


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