Capitalization, commas, and punctuation!. by Sabrina Peterson. Content Area: English/Language Arts Grade Level: 1 Summary: The purpose of this Instructional Power Point is to teach students how to properly use capitalization, commas, and punctuation in a sentence.
by Sabrina Peterson
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, January, February, etc.
This is my sister Morgan.
My dog’s name is Sam.
Choose the correct sentence. a) My friend emily lives in Nashville.b) my friend Emily lives in Nashville. c) My friend Emily lives in Nashville. d) My friend Emily lives in nashville.
Yes! C is correct.
Look at this sentence:joe and sally will be going to florida in may. Talk it over with your buddy partner. Which words should we capitalize?
Did you and your buddy partner choose to capitalize Joe, Sally,Florida, and May? If so, your sentence would look like this:Joe and Sally will be going to Florida in May.
You’re doing great!
Click the link below to play the game:
I like to sing, dance, and play.
Josh wants to go to the movie, but he has to work.
My grandparents were married on Saturday, June 12, 1951.
We are going to the grocery store to buy milk butter and eggs.
On Friday August 23 2013 we are leaving for vacation.
Susan is my first cousin and she is my best friend.
We are going to the grocery store to buy milk, butter, and eggs.
On Friday, August 23, 2013, we are leaving for vacation.
Susan is my first cousin, and she is my best friend.
My favorite color is blue.
May I borrow your glue?
We are going to Disney World!
HMS Sweet Tooth
In this lesson, students will have learned to capitalize names of people and places, and to capitalize dates after having read the information in the PowerPoint. They will have worked in pairs to discuss the proper use of capitalization in sentences. Students will have also played the interactive game, Magical Capitals, to correctly identify the words that need to be capitalized.
Students will also learn to place commas when listing a series of three or more things, to separate dates in a sentence, and to place a comma before conjunction words such as “but”, “and”, “or”, etc. when joining two statements to make one sentence.
Finally, students will learn to place a period at the end of a sentence that makes a statement, a question mark at the end of a sentence that asks a question, and an exclamation mark at the end of a sentence that expresses urgency or excitement.