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1 Lesson objectives Teacher notes v 1.1 NETs Standard(s): 2.a. interact, collaborate, and publish with peers. Ms. Barrera Add your standard(s), benchmark(s) here: W Writes using conventional mechanics. Add your objectives (teaching targets) here: K now when and how to use coordinating conjunctions to create compound sentences Compound Sentences

2 WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT SENTENCES?

3 How do you fix a RUN-ON SENTENCE? OP TION 1: OPTION 2:

4 OPTION 2: Compound Sentences with Coordinating Conjunctions LET'S LEARN WHAT A CONJUNCTION IS!

5 Teacher notes Lesson objectives Grammar Coordinating Conjunctions/ Compound Sentences 3-5 Lesson Notes: L earning Activities: B egin by identifying the coordinating conjunctions (FANBOYS). A graphic organizer follows to present how to make a compound sentence using FANBOYS. The meaning of each conjunction is then explained, so students know when each one is appropriate to use. To ensure students have an understanding of the structure of compound sentences, one is displayed as an example. When each subject, predicate, and the coordinating conjunctions are clicked, their part of speech will show. It is important for students to remember compound sentences have 2 subjects and 2 predicates, joined together by a comma and a coordinating conjunction. In groups, students will work together to manipulate sentences, periods, commas, and FANBOYS to create compound sentences. A ssessment: S tudents will create their own compound sentences on the second page of the group pages. By utilizing the SMART recorder, you will be able to observe students creating their compound sentences and hear the thought process behind it. Each group's recording can later be used as a tutorial for future reference or for parents to see as an example. Subject: Topic: Grade(s):

6 F or FANBOYS For Compound Sentences Use FANBOYS to join two sentences together and make a compound sentence. Nor A nd B ut Y et SoSo Or

7 When to use FANBOYS (Coordinating Conjunctions) Sentence, for and nor but yet or so.

8 Brady ran as fast he could, but the dog subject caught him. as Brady subject caught predicate ran predicate but FANBOYS (coordinating conjunction) Compound sentences have 2 subjects and 2 predicates. They are 2 sentences joined together with coordinating conjunctions (FANBOYS) and a comma to make one sentence. Can You find the subects and predicates?

9 How can we combine these sentences to make compound sentences? Myles went to the store He forgot the milk for and nor but or yet so Don't forget your p unctuation,. Cassie loves cookies Anthony prefers pudding Mitul does not live far FANBOYS He walks to school everyday Pull Using a FANBOYS, move sentences as needed to create a compound sentence. Don't forget your punctuation Next Now it's your turn

10 How can we combine these sentences to make compound sentences? Myles went to the store He forgot the milk for and nor but or yet so Don't forget your p unctuation,. Cassie loves cookies Anthony prefers pudding Mitul does not live far FANBOYS He walks to school everyday Pull Using a FANBOYS, move sentences as needed to create a compound sentence. Don't forget your punctuation Next Now it's your turn

11 Now its time to create your own compound sentences. for and nor but or yet so Don't forget your p unctuation,. FANBOYS Click the house to return to the start FOR AND NOR BUT OR YET SO


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