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7 th Grade English Subordinating Conjunctions. March 3, 2014- March 7, 2014. Monday, March 3, 2014. Prior Skills. Learning Goals. Fill in the blank with the appropriate WOW. It is ______________ to tell your parents if your plans change when you are out.

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7 th grade english subordinating conjunctions

7th Grade EnglishSubordinating Conjunctions

March 3, 2014- March 7, 2014


Monday march 3 2014

Monday, March 3, 2014

Prior Skills

Learning Goals

  • Fill in the blank with the appropriate WOW.

    • It is ______________ to tell your parents if your plans change when you are out.

    • It would ______________ you to stay on task on your digital device.

    • Coordinating Conjunctions are _____________ to recognize when diagramming.

  • Word of the Week Exam, Friday March 7, 2014.

  • Be sure to bring Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen next Monday, March 10, 2014

  • To revise and edit informative essay for language, style, and conventions.


Assignment answer the following questions

Assignment- Answer the following questions.

Language and Style

  • Did I use precise words?

  • Are my words descriptive

  • Did I use an action verb for at least the first and last sentence of every paragraph?

  • Did I write in a formal style and not a conversational one with slang?

  • Are all sentences written in the active voice and not passive?

    • The candle was lit by Mrs. Caple (passive).

Conventions

  • Does my writing demonstrate proper use of grammar?

  • Have I corrected all spelling and capitalization errors?

  • Have I checked my writing for any punctuation errors?

  • Is the meaning of every sentence crystal clear the first time I read it?

  • Do I have my Works Cite Page complete?

  • Have I given credit to all information in my essay by citing the source properly at the end of each sentence or paragraph?


Closing

Closing

  • What is a writing skill that you learned from writing an informative essay?


Tuesday march 4 2014

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Practice Prior Skills

Learning Goal

  • Fill in the blank with the appropriate WOW.

    • It is ______________ to tell your parents if your plans change when you are out.

    • It would ______________ you to stay on task on your digital device.

    • Coordinating Conjunctions are _____________ to recognize when diagramming.

  • Write a sentence using an action verb, direct object, and indirect object.

  • Write a sentence using a linking verb.

  • Informative Essay due 11:59 pm Sunday, March 9th

  • Word of the Week and Informative Writing Exam is Friday, March 7, 2014.

  • Bring Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen next Monday, March 10, 2014

  • Word of the Week

  • Define and recognize clauses and phrases

  • Define and recognize the difference between independent and dependent clauses.


Word of theweek

Word of theWeek

  • laud (v) to praise  laudable (adj) praiseworthy. I lauded the students for making "A's" on the exam.Making all "A's" on your report card is more laudable than winning the game.


Access prior knowledge

Access Prior Knowledge

The key elements of an introductory paragraph are ____________, __________________ and ______________.

Three examples of grabbers are _______________, _________________, and __________________.

To be effective a thesis statement must contain _______________, ____________, and an __________________.

____________________ is the analogy Mrs. Caple used in class for the thesis statement?

The thesis should be located in the ____________________ sentence of the first paragraph and the ______________________ sentence of the last paragraph.

A body paragraph must contain a _____________________ sentence and ___________________ details.

______________, ____________________, and an ________________ verb must be included in a topic sentence.

The closing paragraph consists of _________________ restated, 2-3 ________________________ sentences, and the _________________________.

Three examples of a clincher are ________________________, _____________________, and ___________________________.

Informative Writing


Access prior knowledge1

Access Prior Knowledge

Parts of a Sentence

  • A complete sentence is an _______________ clause.

    • This means it can stand on its own.

    • It contains a subject, verb and makes a complete _______________.

  • Example:

    • John is in a conundrum about which college to attend.


Clauses

Clauses

Clause:

Before I eat

As soon as we leave

Until I arrive home

Phrase:

After school

On the table

Between the lines

A clause has a subject and a verb and a phrase does not.


Clauses1

Clauses

An independent clause

I swim.

I ran home fast.

A dependent and a independent clauses

Before I eat, I swim.

After I brush my teeth, I go to bed.

Two independent clauses

I swim, and I run.

I am an athlete, yet I earn straight “A’s.”

It cannot be made up of two dependent clauses.

Before I swim before I eat. (Wrong)

When I arrive home.

Sentences can be made up of the following combination of clauses.


Guided practice

Guided Practice

When school is out, I am going home.

I am late since it was snowing this morning.

Everywhere he goes, he brings his iPhone.

Label the independent and dependent clauses in the following sentences.


Adverb clause

Adverb Clause

It acts just like an adverb, meaning it can modify a verb, adverb or adjective.

Example:

After I run, I stretch my muscles.

In spite of running late, I finished on time.

An adverb clause is a dependent clause.


Adverb clauses subordinating conjunctions

Adverb Clauses – Subordinating Conjunctions


Adverb clauses

Adverb Clauses


Assignment

Assignment

Diagram the following:


Wednesday march 5 2014

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Practice Prior Skills

Learning Goals

  • Diagram and label the following:

    • Before I go to bed I will brush my teeth.

    • The students scored an “A” on their exam after they studied solicitously all night.

  • Informative Essay due 11:59 pm Sunday, March 9th

  • Quiz tomorrow to assess knowledge and comprehension of subordinating conjunctions and adverb clauses on junoed.com.

  • Word of the Week Exam and Informative Writing Exam, Friday March 7, 2014.

  • Bring Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen Monday, March 10, 2014

  • Evaluate diagrams for accuracy.

  • Apply adverbial clauses and subordinating conjunctions in sentences.


Access prior knowledge2

Access Prior Knowledge

  • The purpose of an adverb clause is the same as an adverb: to modify _________________, ________________, and ______________.

  • _____________________ are words that start adverb clauses.

  • When diagramming the __________________ clause always goes on bottom and the ____________________ always sits on the diagonal dotted line.

  • A phrase does Not contain a _____________ and ___________ while a ____________________ does.


Please check your assignment

Please check your assignment.


5 types of adverb clauses

5 Types of Adverb Clauses

Place – wherever, anywhere, everywhere, where
Example: Everywhere she goes, she brings a camera.

Time – since, while, as soon as, before, after, until, when, anytime
Example: While we were waiting for the pizza guy to arrive, we played poker at the kitchen table.

Reason – because, since, as, for, so that
Example: Because it was exceptionally cold, I wore my winter jacket.

Familiarize yourself with these subordinating conjunctions so that you will recognize them.


5 types of adverb clauses continued

5 Types of Adverb Clauses continued

Condition – if, when, unless, even if, even though
Example: Even if they lose by five goals, people will still love them.

Contrast – though, although, despite, in spite of, whereas
Example: Despite the poor service provided by the wait staff, we still enjoyed the food and the atmosphere of the restaurant


Punctuation with adverb clauses

Punctuation with Adverb Clauses

The subordinate clause and independent clause can be reversed in a sentence.

However, if the subordinate clause comes first, there must be a comma between it and the independent clause.
Example: Anytime I want to go outside, it always seems to rain.


Punctuation with adverb clauses continued

Punctuation with Adverb Clauses continued

This sentence can also be flipped, so that the independent clause comes first.

However, if the independent clause comes first, a comma is not necessary.
Example: It always seems to rain anytime I want to go outside.


Guided practice diagram the following

Guided Practice – Diagram the following:

Unless it stops snowing, we will not have school tomorrow.

We are leaving town as soon as school dismisses.


Exit assessment

Exit Assessment

  • Write down the adverb clause in the following sentence and underline the subordinating conjunction:

  • I feel sick because I ate too much.


Thursday march 6 2014

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Practice Prior Skills

Learning Goals

  • List 10 subordinating conjunctions.

  • Label the following sentence:

    • Anywhere I go in my house, my dog follows me.

  • Informative Essay due 11:59 pm Sunday, March 9th

  • Word of the Week and Informative Essay exam tomorrow, Friday March 7, 2014.

  • Bring Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen Monday, March 10, 2014

  • Assess Adverb Clauses on junoed.com

  • Review and evaluate adverb clause assessment.


Access prior knowledge3

Access Prior Knowledge

Subordinating conjunctions are used to attach a _______________ clause to an ___________________ clause.

When a sentence starts with a subordinating conjunction and an adverb clause, a ________________ must inserted into the sentence before the independent clause.

A _____________ is not needed if the independent clause starts the sentence followed by a subordinating conjunction leading the ____________________ clause.

Adverb clauses act like adverbs in the sense that they modify ____________, ________________, and ______________.

Adverb Clauses and Subordinating Conjunctions


Assessment

Assessment

  • Assess the knowledge and comprehension of Subordinating conjunctions and adverbial clauses on junoed.com: Adverb Clause 1.


Closing1

Closing

What did you do well on this assessment?

What challenged or confused you on this assessment?

Tomorrow is word of the week and informative essay exam on junoed.com

Review of Assessment


Friday march 7 2014

Friday, March 7, 2014

Practice Prior Skills

Learning Goals

  • Write a sentence that uses a subordinating conjunction, and then diagram it.

  • ______________ means to agree.

  • ______________ means attentive or concerned.

  • _______________ means cheerful eagerness.

  • The _____________ is the first sentence of the introductory paragraph and the _____________ is the last sentence of the closing paragraph.

  • Informative Essay due 11:59 pm Sunday, March 9th

  • Bring Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen Monday, March 10, 2014

  • To assess Words of the Week and elements of informative writing for a Test Grade.


Word of the week test assessment

Word of the Week Test Assessment

  • Please take Word of the Week and informative essay Exam on junoed.com

  • When finished read Chapters 1-3 of Touching Spirit Bear.


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