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  1. DGP Week of March 15, 2010

  2. This week’s Sentence: • we read the novel the giver which was written by loislowry and then we wrote an essay about it

  3. Day One • we – nominative pro. • read – action verb • the – article • novel – common noun • the giver – proper noun • which – relative pro. • was – helping verb • written – action verb • by - preposition • loislowry – proper noun • and – coordinating conj. • then - adverb • we – nominative pro. • wrote – action verb • an - article • essay – common noun • about - preposition • it – objective pro.

  4. Day Two • we read the novel (the giver) which (was written) (by loislowry) and then we wrote an essay (about it) • (the giver) – appositive phrase • (was written) – verb phrase • (by loislowry) – prepositional phrase • (about it) – prepositional phrase • [we read the novel (the giver)] – independent clause • [which was written (by loislowry)]– dependent clause • and • [then we wrote an essay (about it)] – independ. clause

  5. Day Three [we read VT the novel (the giver)] [which was DO Written VI (by loislowry)] and [then we wroteVT OP an essay (about it)] DO OP

  6. Day Four • We read the novel The Giver, which was written by Lois Lowry, and then we wrote an essay about it. • First words of a sentence and proper nouns are always capitalized. • Titles of major works are underlined. • A dependent clause placed in the middle of two independent clauses should be set off in commas. • This sentence is declarative. • 2 independent clauses + 1 dependent clause = Compound – Complex Sentence

  7. Day Five