05 03-2012 sentence types lesson 3
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  • 1. Bellwork Sentence CorrectionsQuietly identify the following sentences: Did you have fun yesterday? Stay with your group. We fell into the freezing water! The lunch was just okay. .
  • 2. Did you have funyesterday? Int.Stay with your group. Imp.We fell into the freezingwater! Exc.The lunch was just okay. D Bellwork
  • 3. Margaret Mitchell won_______ for her novel GoneWith the Wind in 1937.a) an Emmyb) second placec) a Pulitzer Prized) an Oscar On this date…
  • 4. Margaret Mitchell won_______ for her novel GoneWith the Wind in 1937.a) an Emmyb) second placec) a Pulitzer Prized) an Oscar On this date…
  • 5. The National Public Radio(NPR) program ______made its debut in 1971.a) All Things Consideredb) Sesame Streetc) Wait, wait Don’t Tell Med) Soap On this date…
  • 6. The National Public Radio(NPR) program ______made its debut in 1971.a) All Things Consideredb) Sesame Streetc) Wait, wait Don’t Tell Med) Soap On this date…
  • 7. Golda Meir – 1898Bing Crosby – 1903Sugar Ray Robinson – 1921Dulé Hill – 1975 Famous Birthdays
  • 8. What isonomatopoeia?LA Fact ofthe Day
  • 9. The use of words whose soundsimitate or suggest their meaning.Achoo! Ahem. Baa! Bam! Bang.Beep. Belch! Boink. Boo! Boom!Buzz. Cheep. Chirp. Clang. Clap.Click. Cluck. Crackle. Crunch.LA Fact ofthe Day
  • 10. DeclarativeInterrogative ImperativeExclamatory Sentences
  • 11. Types ofSentences(for those who missed thelast two days of it, or atleast missed Tim & Moby)The Mysteriesof Life…
  • 12. Today’s work:Last practiceidentifying the differenttypes of sentences Sentences
  • 13. PracticeBK English Bookspg. L35 numbers 6-10Identify the sentences &write what punctuation itshould have. Sentences
  • 14. What do these words havein common?age, blame, curb, dance, evidence,fence, gleam, harm, interest, jam,kiss, latch, motion, nest, order, part,quiz, rest, signal, trust, use, view,win, x-ray, yield, zone Brain Boosters
  • 15. They can all be used asnouns AND verbs.age, blame, curb, dance, evidence,fence, gleam, harm, interest, jam,kiss, latch, motion, nest, order, part,quiz, rest, signal, trust, use, view,win, x-ray, yield, zone Brain Boosters
  • 16. What unusual property dothe following words havein common? flour, tern, thirsty Brain Boosters
  • 17. Each can be turned into anumber by removing oneletter. flour, tern, thirsty 4,10,30 Brain Boosters
  • 18. What occurs once in June,once in July and twice inAugust? Brain Boosters
  • 19. The letter u occurs once inJune, once in July andtwice in August. Brain Boosters
  • 20. A man rode in on Monday.He stayed for three nightsand then left on Monday.How? Brain Boosters
  • 21. A man rode in on Monday.He stayed for three nightsand then left on Monday.How? His horse wasnamed Monday. Brain Boosters
  • 22. Identify the cliché:Ircad – It’s raining cats & dogsLbyl –Rtr –Hyh! –Llpof –Ftasb – Brain Boosters
  • 23. Identify the cliché: Answers are on the NEXT slide! Brain Boosters
  • 24. Identify the cliché:Ircad – It’s raining cats & dogsLbyl – Look before you leapRtr – Raise the roofHyh! – Hold your horses!Llpof – Liar, liar pants on fireFtasb – Faster than speedingbullet Brain Boosters
  • 25. FINYou’ve reached