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  • 1. Tuesday July 12, 2011 Hubbs Center - ELL 7 Agenda and Objectives
  • 2. Our objectives for today...• Quick write: We will compare a theme from Romeo and Juliet with our own lives.• We will review and practice simple and compound sentences.  Sample sentences  Our sentences  Act 2, Scene 2• We will discuss, practice and use the cognitive reading strategy: making connections.• We will read Act 2, Scene 2.  Reading Response Log
  • 3. Quick write!• Choose a theme we have discussed from Romeo and Juliet so far.• Write a paragraph to connect the theme you choose from Romeo and Juliet with your life.Love and marriage Coincidence and Timing: “The right place at the right time.”Nervous and excited feelings Bad luck, foreshadowingCelebration – party Conflict, Enemies: “if you are a Montigue, you can’tThinking about past, present and future: come!”Paris, Lady Capulet, Juliet, Romeo FamilyHappiness – people together at the party Respect
  • 4. What is a simple sentence?• A simple sentence has the most basic elements that make it a sentence: a subject, a verb, and a completed thought.• Examples of simple sentences:  Joe waited for the train.  The train was late.  Mary and Samantha took the bus.  I looked for Mary and Samantha at the bus station.  Mary and Samantha arrived at the bus station before noon and left on the bus before I arrived.
  • 5. Simple Sentences Joe waited for the train.  "Joe" = subject, "waited" = verb The train was late.  "The train" = subject, "was" = verb Mary and Samantha took the bus.  "Mary and Samantha" = compound subject, "took" = verb I looked for Mary and Samantha at the bus station.  "I" = subject, "looked" = verb Mary and Samantha arrived at the bus station before noon and left on the bus before I arrived.  "Mary and Samantha" = compound subject, "arrived" and "left" = compound verb
  • 6. Our own simple sentences•
  • 7. Compound Sentences • A compound sentence is a sentence made up of two independent clauses (or simple sentences) connected to one another with a •Coordinating coordinating conjunction. conjunctions -"FAN BOYS": • Examples of compound sentences: • * For  Joe waited for the train, but the train was late. • * And  I looked for Mary and Samantha at the bus • * Nor station, but they arrived at the station before • * But noon and left on the bus before I arrived. • * Or  Mary and Samantha arrived at the bus station • * Yet before noon, and they left on the bus before I • * So arrived.  Mary and Samantha left on the bus before I arrived, so I did not see them at the bus station.http://transcoder.usablenet.com/tt/www2.ivcc.edu/rambo/eng1001/sentences.htm?un_jtt_redirect
  • 8. Our own compound sentences•
  • 9. Sentence Hunt!• We are now going to “hunt”, or look for, examples of simple and compound sentences...  in our writing (Quick Write from today)  in Act 2, Scene 2 of Romeo and Juliet.• Circle simple sentences• Underline compound sentences
  • 10. What do successful readers do?• Cognitive Reading Strategies
  • 11. Reader Response JournalPage What is it Connection Questionnumber about?
  • 12. Act 2, Scene 2• Capulets • Montagues • Neither  Sampson  Gregory  Abraham  Prince  Tybalt  Balthasar  Lord and Lady Capulet  Benvolio  Juliet  Lord and Lady  Nurse Montague  Servant  Romeo  Paris  Rosaline  Mercutio  Cousin Capulet