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Sentences 2 Teaching Opportunity Direct address Coordinating Conjunctions Invitation to Notice ITN Invitation to Notice is when I put up an example I want you to get out your journals and write down what it is you notice about the topic I want you to learn ID: 541897 Download Presentation

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Caught’ya Sentences 2

Teaching Opportunity: Direct address, Coordinating ConjunctionsSlide2

Invitation to Notice (ITN):

Invitation to Notice is when I put up an example. I want you to get out your journals and write down what it is you notice about the topic I want you to learn.

This is a great way to learn because instead of me telling YOU the rules, you figure it out for yourself and tell ME what the rules are.Slide3

The following slide is going to have examples I have taken from The House of Scorpion

by Nancy Farmer. Pay attention to the commas and the construction of the sentence. Be sure to write your observations in your journal.

ALSO, when we start talking about your observations, be sure to also write some of the good observations of your peers because they have some good things to say!

ITN: Commas –Coordinating Conjunctions Day 1Slide4

He could be courteous and helpful on the surface, you never knew what was going on underneath. (p. 96)

His voice wasn’t loud, it commanded instant attention. (p.99)

Maria had insulted him in front of everyone, he intended to make her pay. (p. 108)

The lotus garden was lit only by starlight, the air was warm and smelled of stagnant water. (p. 132)

She was wearing a fine black dress with jet beads sewn on the front, Matt thought she looked strange without her apron. (p. 151)

ITN: Commas –Coordinating ConjunctionsSlide5

He could be courteous and helpful on the surface,

but

you never knew what was going on underneath. (p. 96)

His voice wasn’t loud,

but

it commanded instant attention. (p.99)

Maria had insulted him in front of everyone, and he intended to make her pay. (p. 108)The lotus garden was lit only by starlight, and

the air was warm and smelled of stagnant water. (p. 132)

She was wearing a fine black dress with jet beads sewn on the front, and Matt thought she looked strange without her apron. (p. 151)

ITN: Commas –Coordinating ConjunctionsSlide6

ITN: Commas –Coordinating Conjunctions

First, we need to learn what FANBOYS are

For

And

Nor

But

OrYetSoLet’s have some fun to help remember these!Slide7

These sentences are called COMPOUND SENTENCES.

for

and

nor

but

or

yet

so

ITN: Commas –Coordinating Conjunction

Sentence

sentence

,

.Slide8

First, let’s chant our FANBOYS! Get your notes out if you need ‘em

.

Today for Invitation to Learn, reread your notes about Compound Sentences and Coordinating Conjunctions to refresh your memory.

Now, for about ten minutes, I want you to look through your personal reading book and find examples of compound sentences. Write them down in your journal.

ITN: Commas –Coordinating Conjunctions Day 2Slide9

Now let’s share!

ITN: Commas –Coordinating Conjunctions Day 2Slide10

mausoleum

(

n

)

maw-

suh

-lee-uh m

A magnificent tombSlide11

surreptitious (

adj

)

sur-uhp-tish-uhs

obtained, done, made, etc., by stealthSlide12

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from what the

mausoleum

did he crawl out

sam

murmured

william waggish surreptitiously

so no one else could here. hey

william look at the other weird teachers standing against the wall whispered always observant sam

sagacious as he surveyed the roomSlide13

loquacious

(

adj

)

loh-kwey-shuh

s

Tends to talk too much; talkativeSlide14

as

sam

uttered

this last statement, dean dread suddenly appeared and loomed menacingly over the too boys. loquacious ones, eh you 2 come here the dean ordered. his voice had the flatness of a cockroach crunching under a shoe

2

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usher

(

n

)

uhsh-er

A person who escorts people to his/her seatSlide16

dean dread put one huge ham sized hand on the back of each boy and

ushered

them to the front of the “

cafetorium

.” all the other new sixth graders of course giggled at the sight of

william

and sam caught talking

2

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Jocose (adj)

joh-kohs

given to or characterized by joking; jesting; humorous; playfulSlide18

quell

(

v

)

kwel

To put an end to; extinguishSlide19

quiet students said dean dread in a deadly tone of voice as he placed

william

waggish and the mortified

sam

sagacious in the second row next to

jesse

jocose, another talker. when dean dread said this, he nodded his head, and teachers lined up in the aisles to quell the noise with proximity control

2

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distraught

(

adj

)

dih-strawt

Distracted; agitatedSlide21

garb

(

n

)

Dress; apparel Slide22

the new sixth graders squirmed in fear and became

distraught

as they got a closer look at there knew teachers. only a few of them had genuine welcoming smiles on their faces, and most were

garbed

in grey or black, too.

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