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    • Conrad  the  Builder   Israel  Butler,  Jason  Cribbs,    Mary  Lanhem,  Janessa  Senn,     Twyla  Tuten  
    • Coaches   Sentence Sally makes sure the sentence is built correctlyDefinition Dave reminds Conrad of important definitions
    • Conrad  is  dreaming  of  construc>ng  a   building  during  class.      
    • Conrads  teacher,  who  knows  him  well,  asks  him,  "Would  you  like  to  help  me  build  something  for  todays  lesson?"    Surprised,  Conrad  gives   a  teacher  a  smile  and  nods  his  head.       I  can  do  it!  
    • Conrads  teacher  asks,  "What  are  some  of  the  most   important  building  blocks  in  a  sentence?"     A  subject  is  the  first   part  of  a  good   sentence.  
    • Conrad  is  confused,  but  his  teacher  helps  him  by  sugges>ng,   "Name  for  me  some  people,  places,  or  things-­‐-­‐all  subjects  that   we  like  to  talk  about."  A  subject  is  who  or  what  the  sentence  is  about.    A  noun  is   a  person,  place,   thing  or  idea    
    • Conrad  is  so  excited  by  what  his  peers  are  saying.    He  chooses:  the  girl.    His  teacher  decides  to  name  the  girl  Cindy.   Cindy   So  our  subject   will  be  about   Cindy.    What   else  do  we   need  to  make   our  sentence   complete?  
    • Next,  the  teacher  asks  the  class  for  what  the  girl  will  be   doing.       A  verb  is  an   ac>on  word.  
    • Conrad  decides  that  Cindy  should  read.       Now  we  have  a   subject  and  a   verb.  
    • Conrad  begins  building  the  sentence.   Cindy   reads   This  is  a  simple   sentence  
    • The  teacher  says  "Good  job,  Conrad!    I  want  you  to  tell  me   what  Cindy  will  read."    So  Conrad  con>nues  to  build  his   sentence.       Cindy   books   reads  An  object  receives   the  ac>on.  
    • Now  the  teacher  tells  the  class  to    describe  Cindy.  Adjec>ves  are   describing   words  
    • As  the  class  makes  sugges>ons,  the  teacher  lets  Conrad  choose  the  words  to  make  his  sentence  more  exci>ng.                   Cindy   books   reads     Smart  
    • "Excellent  choice,  Conrad.    Now  I  want  you  to  describe   the  book  that  Cindy  reads?   It  doesnt  maRer  how  many   adjec>ves  you  have;  it  will   s>ll  be  a  simple  sentence  
    • Conrad  finishes  building  the  sentence:  Smart  Cindy   reads  mystery  books.       Cindy   books   reads     mystery   Smart  
    • Conrad  is  so  proud  of  himself  for  building  a  sentence.    Before  Conrad  went  home  that  day,  he  asked  his  teacher,  "When  can  I   build  another  sentence?"   I  want  to  build  more   sentences!