Sentence Structure PowerPoint for a FlipBook. Help your students learn sentence structure (simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex) and the importance of varying sentences in writing. How to create a flip book. Notes, explanations, and example sentences of these sentence structures: simple, simple with compound parts, compound joined by comma and conjunction, compound joined by a semicolon, complex with adverb clauses, complex with adjective clauses, and compound-complex sentence structures that are important to know and recognize. Develop a deeper understanding of English mechanics and grammar. Review activity at the end where students have to identify the sentence structure of five different sentences.
FLIP BOOK ACTIVITY - My students made a flip book by taking 4 sheets of white paper staggered so that about one inch of paper from each sheet overlapped, and then folded in half and stapled to make a total of eight flaps. Students then used the first flap as a title, and listed each of the seven different sentence structures on the other flaps and put their notes and examples underneath. It was a useful study guide for them.
Common Core Standards
Sentence Structure: 4 Kinds PowerPoint. PowerPoint about sentence structure. Explains independent and dependent clauses (subordinate clauses), sentence fragments and complete sentences. Defines simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences. Practice slide with 8 questions at the end for assessment where students have to identify the sentence structure of the sentences. Interactive...they can check their answers with the last slide. 15 slides. - HappyEdugator
Sentences: Identifying Sentence Structure PowerPoint. This interactive PowerPoint presentation has 20 practice questions on simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentence structures. Students need to identify the correct sentence structure of the sentence. Click forward to check. Can be used for standardized test review. Includes a quick review of the four types of sentence structure.
Resource aimed to get students thinking about this poem and its message.The poem is NOT part of the resources; but the activities are good at building the critical thinking skills. Aligned with Common Core State Standard: RL.9-10.1, RL.9-10.4