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1 Review of Sentence Types, Subject and Predicates, and Interjections Harcourt 10-11Lesson 3GrammarDay 1Review of Sentence Types, Subject and Predicates, and InterjectionsMaterials needed:-dry erase board, marker, and eraser for eachstudent
2 Time toReview!Today, let’s review some important things we’ve learned so far this year.Here is the first big question we answered…
3 How can I write a complete sentence? The BIG Question:How can I write a complete sentence?Can someone read it for us?
4 that expresses a complete thought sentencea group of wordsthat expresses a complete thoughtWe said that as fourth graders it was important for you to always use complete sentences in your writing.Can someone remind us what a * sentence is?We learned that…
5 A sentence that tells something. A sentence that asks something. InterrogativeDeclarativeA sentence thattells something.A sentence thatasks something.Imperative…there are four types of sentences.What do you call a sentence that…? *What do you call a sentence that… * ? *What do you call a sentence that… * ? *ExclamatoryA sentence thattells someoneto do something.A sentencethat showsstrong feeling.
6 Let’s Practice!Let’s see if you can identify some different types of sentences.
7 What type of sentence? Im = imperative E = exclamatory In = interrogative D = declarativeOrganize your deskIm .On your white board, write the letter or letters for the type of sentence. Also write the correct ending punctuation mark.Here is your first one…*Show me what you think.This sentence tells someone to do something so it is * imperative and should end with a period.(do the rest in the same manner)What is your favorite colorIn ?I can’t believe our team lostE !
8 What type of sentence? Im = imperative E = exclamatory In = interrogative D = declarativeD .My family went to Florida(do the rest in the same manner)We also learned that…Im .Don’t boast about winningWould you like to come alongIn ?
9 Subject Predicate A complete sentence has two parts: tells who or what the sentence is aboutPredicate…a complete sentence has two parts.One part tells who or what the sentence is about.What do you call that part? *The other part tells what the subject does or is.tells what the subject does or is
10 Subject My friend Betty is going on vacation. tells who or what the sentence is aboutMy friend Betty is going on vacation.I will stay here for the summer.She is excited about her trip.Take a look at this sentence…*Can you find the subject? *(do next 3 in same manner)Now let’s look at…Betty’s Aunt Lisa will meet her atthe train station.
11 tells what the subject does or is Predicatetells what the subject does or isEveryone in the family goes to the park.The children shout with excitement.I am bringing my dog and her ball.…predicates.Take a look at this sentence…*Can you find the predicate? *(do next 3 in same manner)No one wants to go home.
12 Let’s Practice!Let’s do some practice with subjects and predicates.
13 Write the subject. Paula put on her winter jacket before going outside in the snow.We built snowmen and had asnowball fight.Here is my first sentence…*On your white board, write the subject.The subject is… *(do all in same manner)My younger brother Max wentsledding with his friends.
14 Write the subject. The sun started to melt the snow. Everyone enjoyed playing outsidefor many hours.(do all in same manner)I drank a cup of hot chocolateafter going inside.
15 Write the predicate. My friends and I went to the park. We strolled by the lake.Some boys ran past us.This time write the predicate.Here is your first sentence…*What is the predicate? *(do all in same manner)We said there was something important you should remember…The park was crowded.The sky was clear and sunny.
16 Went to the beach last summer. If a sentence does not contain both a subject and predicate, it is a sentence fragment.Went to the beach last summer.Can someone remind us?Here are some sentence fragments…*What part is missing in this first one? (subject)Can you make it a complete sentence?What is missing in this second one? (predicate)How could you make it a complete sentence?What is missing in the last one? (subject)There is one last thing we learned about last week..The black and white dog.Had a great time at the zoo.
17 Wow! You got an awesome score! InterjectionsWow! You got an awesome score!Oh, I forgot to bring my glasses.We found out that sometimes a writer may put a single word to show strong feeling at the beginning of a sentence.Do you remember what these words are called? *What is the interjection in my first sentence? *(do all 4)How do you separate interjections from the rest of the sentence? (comma or exclamation point)Wait! I’ll go with you.Yikes! I spilled my milk!
18 Let’s Practice!Let’s do some practice with interjections.
19 Write the interjection and the punctuation that should come behind it. Yippee I scored the winning goal!No I did not boast about my score.Oops I knocked over your drink.On your board, write the interjection and the punctuation you would put behind it.Here is the first one…*(do all in same manner)Bingo That’s exactly right!Bravo You got every answer correct!
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