Presentation on theme: "Parts of Speech Review English II. Welcome to the first day of our “GRID”! GRID stands for: Grammar Day –short lessons on important points of grammar."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to the first day of our “GRID”! GRID stands for: Grammar Day –short lessons on important points of grammar in order to improve our writing Roots Day –learn roots, prefixes, and suffixes to expand our vocabularies and improve our reading Independent Reading –read a book we choose independently Dissection Day –analyze a short text, like a poem or article Purpose
RAW Book Pencil Parts of Speech Handout Materials
Directions THINK: Read the parts of speech handout. PAIR: With a partner, label each box with the part of speech being described. SHARE: Share out with the class. Adjective Adverb Article Conjunction Interjection Noun Preposition Pronoun Verb
In your RAW book, label a page with today’s date and the title, “Writing Workout.” Follow the directions on each slide. Use your notes to help you! Directions
Simple Sentence Directions Write a sentence using only an article, a noun, an action verb, and the object of the verb. Example The hornet stung me.
Adjective & Adverb Directions Write the same sentence above, but add at least one adjective and at least one adverb. Example The angry hornet stung me repeatedly.
Prepositional Phrase Directions Rewrite the same sentence, but add 2 prepositional phrases. Example The angry hornet with the bright yellow markings stung me repeatedly on the leg.
Participial Phrase Directions Rewrite the same sentence, but ad at least one participial phrase. Participial phrases begin with “-ing” verbs Example Buzzing furiously, the angry hornet with the bright yellow markings stung me repeatedly on the leg.
Appositive Phrase Directions Rewrite the same sentence, but add at least one appositive phrase. Appositive phrases are noun phrases that describe another noun/pronoun. They begin with “article + noun” Example Buzzing furiously, the angry hornet with the bright yellow markings stung me, an innocent bystander, repeatedly on the leg.
Infinitive Phrase Directions Rewrite the same sentence, but add at least one infinitive phrase. Infinitive phrases are verb phrases that begin with “to + verb” Example Buzzing furiously and mad enough to fight a giant, the angry hornet with the bright yellow markings stung me, an innocent bystander, repeatedly on the leg.
THINK: Compare your first sentence with your last sentence. What is the effect of adding these different parts of speech? PAIR: Discuss with a partner. SHARE: Share with the class! Why is it important to know the parts of speech? Reflection
The activity for “Part 2” is from Laying the Foundation: A Resource and Planning Guide for PreAP English Grade Ten Page 419 Source
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