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What do these sentences have in common?. The dog bit the boy. Sally will present her research at the conference. Scientists have conducted experiments to test the hypothesis. Watching a framed, mobile world through a car’s windshield reminds me of watching a movie or tv show.

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what do these sentences have in common
What do these sentences have in common?
  • The dog bit the boy.
  • Sally will present her research at the conference.
  • Scientists have conducted experiments to test the hypothesis.
  • Watching a framed, mobile world through a car’s windshield reminds me of watching a movie or tv show.
what do the sentences not have in common how are they different
What do the sentences NOT have in common? How are they different?
  • The dog bit the boy.
  • Sally will present her research at the conference.
  • Scientists have conducted experiments to test the hypothesis.
  • Watching a framed, mobile world through a car’s windshield reminds me of watching a movie or tv show.
create a label for each type
Create a label for each type
  • Group the sentences together based on their similarities and differences.
  • Create a temporary label or name for each sentence type.
how do these sentences resemble the first examples
How do these sentences resemble the first examples?
  • The fire was put out by the firefighters.
  • Twenty-six student projects earned proficiency awards.
  • Associated Student Body elections died for lack of interest, but one candidate volunteered for each office.
  • There were $4850 worth of scholarships given out at the FutureFarmers of America Banquet May 16.
write a definition
Write a definition
  • Now, write a definition for each type of sentence.
classify these sentences
Classify these sentences
  • The candidates for class president were introduced by the principal.
  • Before the big game, the football field was damaged by an immature act of vandalism.
  • Our neighbors the Mendozas have invited my family to a dinner.
  • Yesterday a sharp rock punctured my friend’s bike tire.
practical use
Practical use
  • Choose an article from the newspaper and highlight sentences in different colors: pink for active and blue for passive.
  • Now, rewrite the passive sentences in active voice on a separate sheet of paper.
  • Staple everything together.