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  1. Learning Objective: Today we will combine simple sentences using conjunctions to make compound sentences.

  2. What will we combine today? Today we will combine simple sentences using conjunctions to make compound sentences.

  3. Partner Share what the subject (noun) and the predicate (verb) are in the sentence. My dog subject My dog wagged his tail. wagged his tail predicate

  4. Partner Share what the subject (noun) and the predicate (verb) are in the sentence. My dog My dog barked at the Neighbor. barked at the neighbor

  5. Vocabulary Today we are going to combine sentences using conjunctions. Combine – to put together + = Conjunctions – words that combine a sentence are conjunctions and include and, or, but and so.

  6. Conjunctions • AND - joins two similar ideas together. • BUT - joins two contrasting ideas together. • OR - joins two alternative ideas together. • SO - show that the second ideas is the result of the first.

  7. Why is it important to understand compound sentences To make your writing more interesting. To make you a better reader.

  8. Compound Sentences A compound sentence is made up of two or more simple sentences, usually joined by a comma and the conjunction and, or, but or so. My dog wagged his tail. My dog barked at the neighbor. Compound sentence: My dog wagged his tail, and barked at the neighbor. Steps Read the two sentences Find the common subject or predicate. Pick the best conjunction to combine the two sentences. (and, or, but, so)

  9. Compound Sentences A compound sentence is made up of two or more simple sentences, usually joined by a comma and the conjunction and, or, but or so. I started to pedal. My bike didn’t move. Compound sentence: I started to pedal, but my bike didn’t move. Steps Read the two sentences Find the common subject or predicate. Pick the best conjunction to combine the two sentences. (and, or, but, so)

  10. Compound Sentences A compound sentence is made up of two or more simple sentences, usually joined by a comma and the conjunction and, or, but or so. I need glasses to see. I need to sit in the front of the class. Compound sentence: I need glasses to see, so I sit in the front of the class. Steps Read the two sentences Find the common subject or predicate. Pick the best conjunction to combine the two sentences. (and, or, but, so)

  11. Closure What did we define today? Why is it important to know ? Step 1 : Read to two sentences. Step 2: Find he common subject or predicate. Step 3: Pick the best conjunction to combine the two sentences. Do you like to watch SpongeBob? Do you like to watch I Carly? Compound sentence: Do you like to watch SpongeBob, or I Carly?

  12. Show me what you can do! Pages 11 Practice and Reteach