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3-27-2014. 3-27 Study Skills Agenda. Subject/Predicate Phrases Independent and Dependent Clauses. 3-27 Study Skills Learning Targets. I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates I will review and identify phrases.

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3 27 2014

3-27-2014


3 27 study skills agenda

3-27 Study Skills Agenda

  • Subject/Predicate

  • Phrases

  • Independent and Dependent Clauses


3 27 study skills learning targets

3-27 Study Skills Learning Targets

  • I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

  • I will review and identify phrases.

  • I will review and identify independent and dependent clauses.


3 27 study skills

3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

Clauses- A clauseis a subject and a predicate working together.

ExamplesItook the dog to the park.Ilove learning, so Ispend a lot of time reading.


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

Phrases- A phraseis a group of words related to the subject, predicate, or object. 

Phrases do not contain a subject and a predicate, or we would call them clauses.

Phrases provide additional information about subjects, predicates, and/or objects, and understanding how they work is helpful to building and analyzing sentences.

Examples

After working late into the night, Jack fell asleep on his desk.I left my keys inside of the Whole Foods, my favorite grocery store.


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

Thesubject is the part of a sentence that tells who or what the sentence is about.  

To find the subject, ask who or what is doing something.


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

The predicate is the part of a sentence that asserts something about the subject.  It expresses action or state of being.  

To find the predicate, ask what the subject is doing.


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

Examples:

Mary writes letters to her grandparents.

Yesterday, Mary wrote letters to her grandparents.

Tomorrow, Mary will write letters to her grandparents.

- Once you find the verb, you can easily find the subject by asking who or what does the action of the verb. 

Example: Who writes?  Mary writes, so Mary is the subject of the sentence.


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

  • The subject of a sentence will NEVER be in a prepositional phrase.  

  • This is important to know because subjects and verbs must agree in number (singular/plural).  

  • Sometimes the object of a preposition comes between a subject and verb, making the subject a little more difficult to find and causing agreement errors.


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

  • The simple subject is the common noun, proper noun, or pronoun that the verb acts upon.

  • The subject is the “do-er” of the sentence. It tells whom or what the sentence is about.

    Examples:

    A nurseassisted the patient. (Simple Subject)


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Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

  • The simple predicate is the verb that acts upon the subject of the sentence. It does the work of the “do-er” of the sentence.

  • The simple predicate shows a physical or mental action or it describes a state of being.

    Examples:

    Michael hurthis hand. (Simple Predicates)


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

  • Complete “Simple Subjects and Predicates” worksheet

  • Review as a class

  • Turn in


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

When additional words help name or describe the simple subject, this is known as a complete subject

Examples:

The police officerhelped prevent the accident. (Complete Subject)


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

  • When additional words help describe the simple predicate, this is known as a complete predicate. The complete predicate consists of the rest of the sentence other than the subject.

    Examples:

    She had becomea young lady.

    They should have listenedto me.

    An angry man tried to run me off the road. (Complete Predicate)


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

  • Complete Subject and Predicate worksheets

  • Review as a class

  • Turn in


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

  • The compound subject has two or more connected common nouns, proper nouns, or pronouns that one verb acts upon. The words “and,” “or,” or “nor” connect them.

  • The compound subject is the “do-er” of the sentence. It tells whom or what the sentence is about.

    Examples:

    The girland her motherwalked to the store.

    Running quickly down the slope were Suzanne, Becky, andCarson.

  • When additional words help name or describe the compound subject, this is known as a complete subject


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

  • The compound predicate consists of two or more connected verbs that act upon the same subject of the sentence.

  • These verbs do the work of the “do-er” of the sentence. The compound predicate shows a physical or mental action or it describes a state of being

    Examples: Michael felland hurthis hand.

  • She had becomeand still remaineda young lady.

  • They should have asked but then listenedto me.


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3-27 Study Skills

Learning Targets: I will review and identify the different types of subjects and predicates

  • Complete Compound Subject and Predicate packet

  • Review as a class

  • Turn in


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