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  1. Sentence of the Week Kelly Gallagher

  2. Procedure Day 1: - Teacher provides three sentences that all contain the same editing feature. • Students copy all three sentences. • Below the sentences, students write “What do I notice?” • Students then make notes of the similarities between the three sentences. • Teacher reviews what students have written and affirms or corrects. • Students imitate this type of editing feature by writing three sentences on their own/in groups. • Teacher check students at random.

  3. Procedure Day 2 (Block): - Teacher provides warm up with additional sentences that use the same editing feature. • Students copy sentences. • Students imitate this type of editing feature by writing three sentences on their own/in groups. • Teacher check students at random.

  4. Procedure Day 3 (Block): • Teacher assesses students based on the sentence of the week (spiraling to past SoWs as the year goes on). • Assessment can look like a quiz (students can write their own sentence, write a paragraph using the sentence, or the teacher can dictate a sentence and the student must write it using the skill correctly), ticket out the door, or another method the teacher chooses.

  5. Subject Verb Sentences

  6. Identifying a subject and a verb • Jerry ate the pizza. • Mike and Lisa are happy. • Miguel was running in the race. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  7. Day 2Identifying a subject and a verb • Michelle ate the ice cream. • Tom and Fernando are unhappy. • Marie was doing her homework. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  8. Simple Sentences

  9. Writing a simple sentence • The clouds hung in the sky. • Bob sneezed. • The rain pelted the park. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  10. Day 2Writing a simple sentence • The sun was bright in the sky. • Panfila coughed. • The student passed the test. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  11. Coordinating Conjunctions

  12. Coordinating Conjunctions (FANBOYS) • I am late, but I still want to play. • Sam at the entire sandwich, and I watched him do it. • You were rude, so they will not speak to you. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  13. Day 2Coordinating Conjunctions (FANBOYS) • I took a taxi, and she drove home. • He didn’t want help, nor did he ask for it. • I wanted to go late, but she wanted to go on time. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  14. AAAWWUBBIS front-branch sentencing (As, After, Although, When, While, Until, Before, Because, If, Since)(subordinating conjunctions)

  15. AAAWWUBBIS front-branch sentencing (As, After, Although, When, While, Until, Before, Because, If, Since)(subordinating conjunctions) • After the game, I went home. • Even though Paola was short, she was on the volleyball team. • Although it’s cold, Vanessa did not wear a jacket. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  16. Day 2AAAWWUBBIS front-branch sentencing (As, After, Although, When, While, Until, Before, Because, If, Since)(subordinating conjunctions) • Although I studied for the test, I did not do well. • If you plan on trying out for a sport, be sure to practice. • Since my brother is younger, he often looks up to me for guidance. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  17. subordinating conjunctions • Non-AAAWWUBBIS front-branch sentencing

  18. Non-AAAWWUBBIS front-branch sentencing (subordinating conjunctions) • Tired, we collapsed as soon as we arrived home. • Laughing hard, tears ran down our faces. • Without giving it a second thought, we helped the victims. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  19. Day 2Non-AAAWWUBBIS front-branch sentencing (subordinating conjunctions) • In the middle of our discussion, Michelle went into labor. • Annoyed by the sound of her voice, I refused to listen to anything she said. • Due to the fact that summer started a week earlier this year, we had to reschedule our summer vacation. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  20. Appositive Sentences Middle-branch sentencing

  21. Middle-branch sentencing • John, fourteen, is too young to drive. • My girlfriend, who is afraid of snakes, refused to go. • The player, exhausted from the long game, collapsed. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  22. Day 2Middle-branch sentencing • Jae, eager to have a baby, decided to marry the first person she dated. • My boyfriend, who is great at football, received a full scholarship to UCLA. • Juan, who attended UC Davis, became a successful administrator at Whittier High School. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  23. Semicolon Usage ;

  24. Semicolon usage • The dinner was great; the dessert was average. • The movie was interesting; however, I fell asleep before it ended. • English is my favorite class; Math is a close second. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  25. Day 2Semicolon usage • When I finish here, I will be glad to help you; and that is a promise I will keep. • If she can, she will attempt that feat; and if her husband is able, he will be there to see her. • My favorite food is Italian; however, I also like Mediterranean food. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  26. Quotation with End Attribution

  27. Quotation with end attribution • “I have arrived,” said Jack. • “That hurts!” screamed Mary. • “Are you sure?” asked Joe. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  28. Day 2Quotation with end attribution • “I like fast cars,” said Lance. • “I got an A!” screamed Annettee. • “Would you like to go to the movies?” asked Cole. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  29. Quotation with Front Attribution

  30. Quotation with front attribution • Jack said, “ I have arrived.” • Mary screamed, “That hurts!” • Joe asked, “Are you sure?” • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  31. Day 2Quotation with front attribution • Jae said, “Here’s my phone number.” • Gina screamed, “There’s a spider!” • Alexa asked, “Do you like him?” • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  32. Quotation with middle attribution

  33. Quotation with middle attribution • “I was thinking,” Lisa said, “that this might not be a good time.” • “If you don’t leave,” she screamed, “you will be sorry.” • “Do you think,” Mary asked, “that the Angels will win?” • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  34. Day 2Quotation with middle attribution • “I was thinking,” Jim said, “that it might be fun to hunt deer.” • “If you don’t stop talking to my boyfriend,” she screamed, “you will be sorry.” • “Do you think,” Mary asked, “that the Dodgers will win?” • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  35. Indirect Quotations

  36. Indirect quotations • Todd said that he was hungry. • Lisa said her injury hurt. • She asked me if I felt well. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  37. Day 2Indirect quotations • Carlye said that she wanted a raise. • Stephanie said she wanted a pedicure. • He asked me if I wanted to go to the movies. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  38. Apostrophes to show possession

  39. Apostrophes to show possession • That is Mike’s car. • That is Ross’s car. • Cesar’s and Larry’s girlfriends will both be there. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  40. Day 2Apostrophes to show possession • That is Lance’s car. • That is James’s phone. • Sandra’s and Vicky’s boyfriends do not get along well. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  41. Apostrophe to show contractions

  42. Apostrophes to show contraction • It’s not funny. • It’s been fun. • You’re right about him. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  43. Day 2Apostrophes to show contraction • It’s going to be a great week! • Don’t make me mad. • You’re going to get an A if you study for your quiz. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  44. Capitalization Rules

  45. Capitalization rules • He drove his Nissan south to get to the South. • The president will address Congress. • My Uncle Dave, a senior citizen who studies biology, is older than my mom. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  46. Day 2Capitalization rules • My friend, Michelle, loves her Pomeranians, Buddy and Pommer. • The man drove his Ford truck to Yellowstone National Park. • My Aunt Cindy, an ultramarathon runner, is older than my mom. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  47. Pronoun-antecedent agreement

  48. Pronoun-antecedent agreement • During the game, a player may forget his plays. • If a person wants to succeed in life, he or she has to work hard. • If people want to succeed in life, they have to work hard. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  49. Day 2Pronoun-antecedent agreement • The Girl Scout sold her year’s supply of Girl Scout cookies. • Bob took his dog to the park in order to find its toy. • Jae took her baby to the mall to buy clothes. • What do you notice? • Imitate.

  50. Active Voice