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Success Spiral. Friday November 30. Friday November 30, " Omelette " Lesson 32, question # 3. 1 st period : Work through the question. Friday November 30, " Omelette " Lesson 32, question # 3. 2 nd period : Go over the work you did during first and discuss answers and strategies. .

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## Success Spiral

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### Success Spiral

Friday November 30

Friday November 30, "Omelette" Lesson 32, question # 3

1st period: Work through the question.

Friday November 30, "Omelette" Lesson 32, question # 3

2nd period: Go over the work you did during first and discuss answers and strategies.

In this sentence, do we need to pause every time a comma is marked?

Friday November 30, "Omelette" Lesson 32, question # 3

2nd period: Go over the work you did during first and discuss answers and strategies.

Items in a series of 3 or more have to be separated by a comma.

This sentence has a list of three items circled below.

That means we need the comma after ingredients and the one after techniques.

Friday November 30, "Omelette" Lesson 32, question # 3

2nd period: Go over the work you did during first and discuss answers and strategies.

We can eliminate answer choices B and C.

Now what about the comma after thing?

It is incorrect to have a comma here. It is unnecessary. It detracts from meaning instead of contributes to meaning.

Friday November 30, "Omelette" Lesson 32, question # 3

2nd period: Go over the work you did during first and discuss answers and strategies.

That means A is the correct answer!!!

Friday November 30, "Omelette" Lesson 32, question # 4 4th period: Go over the work you did during 3rd and discuss answers.

Friday November 30, "Omelette" Lesson 32, question # 4 4th period: Go over the work you did during 3rd and discuss answers.

When the sentence is read aloud, the pause is clear, indicating punctuation is needed.

We need the comma after tag because it separates an introductory phrase from the rest of the sentence.

Friday November 30, "Omelette" Lesson 32, question # 4 4th period: Go over the work you did during 3rd and discuss answers.

We need the comma after omelettes because it correctly separates this compound sentence.

Remember “, and” [comma and] is a correct way to combine two complete sentences.

Friday November 30, "Omelette" Lesson 32, question # 4 4th period: Go over the work you did during 3rd and discuss answers.

Now we need to figure out if we need commas around “better still” or not.

Read the sentence aloud again, and pause at the commas around “better still”.

The pauses work (or make it easier to understand), so they are an improvement.

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Friday November 30, “How to Make an Omelette" Lesson 32, question # 5 5th period: Work through the question.
Friday November 30, “Omelette" Lesson 32, question # 5 6th period: Go over the work you did during 5th

What does sentence 19 say?

A. Do we mean high or hi? These are homonyms, and we don’t need to change high.

B. Do we need the e? No.

C. Do you need more than one s in disappeared? No.

Although titles are often capitalized when preceding a name, this title (chef) follows an article (the), so we don’t need to capitalize it.

Always capitalize first and last names.