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LANGUAGE CIRCLE PROJECT READ FRAMING YOUR THOUGHTS Haiku Course Session 5 Review and Work Samples for Bound Predicate Andy Stetkevich and Judy Fuhrman Staff Development Specialists Riverside, California
Prior to viewing this PowerPoint, watch unit 5 of the FYT DVD Bound Predicates Bound Predicate Words and Completers Tense and Number of Bound Predicate Words
Guide 5-5 BOUND PREDICATES FORMS OF BE AND SOME ACTION VERBS REQUIRE A COMPLETER We use these symbols to represent the function of the completers.
Guide 5-8 to 5-9 what Lucky is Lucky is a collie. Lucky is handsome. Lucky is at the table. Lucky is begging. Lucky has an attitude. Lucky had more than scraps. Should Lucky be disciplined? Use these symbols to complete the thoughts.
B OUND P REDICATE P RACTICE 1. The new Tiffany lamp is beautiful. 2. That kid is my best friend. 3. Those boys are on the team. 4. Fifi and Fido were running after the kite. 5. My son has the newspaper in his backpack. 6. The birds in the cage are finches. 7. Wrinkles was chasing our neighbor’s cat. 8. The chocolate cake looks delicious. 9. Mrs. Hansen does the dishes each evening.
All Cal ever wanted to be was a ballplayer. A ballplayer was all Cal ever wanted to be. FOR A CHALLENGE, DIAGRAM THIS Try it now. When words and phrases are equal to each other, they can be reversed.
SUBJECT + ______________ TOPIC SENTENCE KEY POINT Beavers are inventive. Beavers are skillful builders. KEY POINT THESE SYMBOLS ARE USEFUL IN WRITING TOPIC SENTENCES
4 th Grade Diagram the topic sentence of this paragraph Roller coasters are a scary but exciting experience. In this paragraph, the topic sentence is also the concluding sentence. It works well at the end, because this student skillfully increased the suspense.
2nd Grade Note: These students primarily use action verbs, but the bound predicates work well for topic and conclusion sentences.
4 th Grade CST Released Item Read the excerpt below and answer the question on the following slide.
5 th Grade CST Released Item Read the excerpt below and answer the question on the following slide.
TOPIC SENTENCE VS. POSITION STATEMENT/THESIS Subject + focuses a paragraph focuses an essay and provides a strong opinion or statement of position
Medals Track and field Illegal use of steroids Two year ban from track Use the clues to write a position statement/thesis about Marion Jones. Subject + Marion Jones is a talented track and field athlete. Marion Jones is a disgraced Olympian. Marion Jones is a misunderstood competitor.
what whom what Use the symbols to guide your thinking. He/Him and me/I take guitar lessons from the same teacher. The Wilsons and we/us live on the same street. My friends are he/him and she/her. The coach gave them/it (the team) a new vision. The waiter showed Ryan and she/her to the table. The salesperson showed sweaters to mom and I/me.