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  • 1. Even though she was disoriented, she ran alongside Seth to the bed, sensing something in pursuit.
    Brandon Mull, Fablehaven (2006)
    Invitation to Notice: What do you see with your reader’s eyes? What do you see with your writer’s eyes?
  • 2. Parts of Speech
    Nouns= 2 Gerund= 0
    Pronouns= 3 Participle tense= 1
    Verbs= 5 Infinitive= 1
    Prepositions= 2 Article= 1
    Adjectives= 1
    Adverbs= 1
    Conjunction= 1
  • 3. Sub conj
    Nom pron
    Nom pron
    Av, past part
    hv
    Even though she was disoriented, she ran alongside Seth (to the bed), sensing something in pursuit.
    Av, past
    adv
    Indefpron
    Prep, v==infinitive
    Proper n
    Av, pres
    Prep, art, op,cn/sg
    Brandon Mull, Fablehaven (2006)
    Wednesday Directions: Research in the pink pages and find the part of speech for each word in the sentence.
  • 4. Parts of the Sentence
    Subject = 2
    Predicate = 2
    Simple Subject = 1
    Simple Predicate = 1
    Complements (DO, IO, predicate nominative, predicate adjective) = 1
    Transitive or Intransitive=1
    Appositive = 1
    Objects (of prep) = 1
    Phrases (prep, gerund, participle, infinitive) = 2
  • 5. ss
    Sp,int
    sub
    pred
    v
    ss
    Even though she was disoriented, she ran alongside Seth (to the bed), <sensing something in pursuit>.
    io
    Brandon Mull, Fablehaven (2006)
    Thursday Directions: Research in the pink pages and identify the parts of a sentence.
  • 6. Clauses, Sentence Type/Purpose
    Clauses (independent or dependent?)
    Sentence Type (Simple, Compound, Complex, Compound Complex)
    Sentence Purpose (Declarative, Imperative, Exclamatory, Interrogative)
  • 7. {Even though she was disoriented}, she ran alongside Seth to the bed, sensing something in pursuit.
    Brandon Mull, Fablehaven (2006)
    Declarative, complex
    Friday Directions: Research and identify the clauses and sentence purpose/type
  • 8. Often I like grits, cheesy and hot, with my eggs; often I just prefer eggs by themselves.
    Mrs. Garrison, 2010
    Your turn! Imitate the sentence we’ve been working with all week.