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Daily Oral Language Week # 21. Directions. Using your best handwriting, please write the two sentences on the next slide into your Language spiral notebook. Watch out! There are errors in the sentences that need to be corrected. Write each sentence correctly into your notebook.

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Daily oral language week 21

Daily Oral LanguageWeek # 21


Directions

Directions

  • Using your best handwriting, please write the two sentences on the next slide into your Language spiral notebook.

  • Watch out! There are errors in the sentences that need to be corrected. Write each sentence correctly into your notebook.

  • Keep this spiral to study for the test over these sentences that will be on Friday.


Day 1

Day 1

  • Sequoyah had a limp and he work mostly on stationery tasks.

  • Didn’t he join the militerry during the War of 1812? asked tomas.


Corrected sentences day 1

Corrected Sentences Day 1

  • Sequoyah had a limp, and he worked mostly on stationary tasks.

  • “Didn’t he join the military during the War of 1812?” asked Tomas.


Day 2

Day 2

  • Yes once his captain received a letter and sequoyah watched he read it.

  • Afterwards sequoyah thought, “What a revolutionery idea written language is!


Corrected sentences day 2

Corrected Sentences Day 2

  • Yes, once his captain received a letter, and Sequoyah watched him read it.

  • Afterwards Sequoyah thought, “What a revolutionary idea written language is!”


Day 3

Day 3

  • Sequoyah wanted to make a written language for the cherokees two.

  • Him succeeded, and soon ordinerry Cherokees reading and writing it.


Corrected sentences day 3

Corrected Sentences Day 3

  • Sequoyah wanted to make a written language for the Cherokees too.

  • He succeeded, and soon ordinary Cherokees were reading and writing it.


Day 4

Day 4

  • The U S President was impressed he gived Sequoyah $500 a year for life

  • No it wasn’t a salry it was america’s first literery prize.


Corrected sentences day 4

Corrected Sentences Day 4

  • The U.S. President was impressed. He gave Sequoyah $500 a year for life.

  • No, it wasn’t a salary. It was America’s first literary prize.


Weekly test

Weekly Test

  • Directions:

    Write each sentence correctly on a separate piece of notebook paper. (Please do not write them into your spiral notebook.)

    Check each sentence carefully before turning in your test.


Test week 21

Test – Week # 21

1. Sequoyah had a limp and he work mostly on stationery tasks.

2. Yes once his captain received a letter and sequoyah watched he read it.

3. Him succeeded, and soon ordinerry Cherokees reading and writing it.

4. The U S President was impressed he gived Sequoyah $500 a year for life


Test answers week 21

Test Answers – Week 21

1. Sequoyah had a limp, and he worked mostly on stationary tasks.

2. Yes, once his captain received a letter, and Sequoyah watched him read it.

3. He succeeded, and soon ordinary Cherokees were reading and writing it.

  • 4. The U.S. President was impressed. He gave Sequoyah $500 a year for life.


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