Tuesday                 9/4/20121. Return notebooks2. Introduction to Unit 1: The Sentence  1. Say what?  2. Notes3. “The ...
“Say what?”
Kinds of Sentences (Write this down. It’s time to take notes.)
A sentence is a group of words that  expresses a complete thought.                  What                   is a   Your tho...
The first day is always the hardest.    Classes begin at 9:04 a.m.
A declarative sentence makes astatement and ends with a period. I hope my friends are in my class.
Will I find my way around the new school?    Who will my teacher be this year?
An interrogative sentence asks a question     and ends with a question mark.  Can you carry all those heavy books?
Don’t panic.Sit at the desk in the front row.
An imperative sentence gives a   command or makes a request.Call home if you need a ride after school.
Oh my goodness!It’s so easy to get lost!
An exclamatory sentence expresses   strong feeling and ends with an         exclamation point.I can hardly wait to meet my...
So  you think      you havemad skills now?
It’s almost Christmas!
Is it too early to start listening to Christmasmusic?                Interrogative
DeclarativeI might need asmallerornament, or abigger tree.
Imperative     Go run and dance     around the tree.
MeetThe Grammarheads
In your notes…• A sentence is a group of words that expresses a  complete thought.• A declarative sentence makes a stateme...
Today’s assignment• Page 63 #s 1-15Questions and Answersin your notebook• When finished, please complete  incomplete assig...
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    1. 1. Tuesday 9/4/20121. Return notebooks2. Introduction to Unit 1: The Sentence 1. Say what? 2. Notes3. “The Grammarheads”4. Assignment #1: p 63#s 1-15 (Questions andAnswers
    2. 2. “Say what?”
    3. 3. Kinds of Sentences (Write this down. It’s time to take notes.)
    4. 4. A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. What is a Your thoughts here. sentence?
    5. 5. The first day is always the hardest. Classes begin at 9:04 a.m.
    6. 6. A declarative sentence makes astatement and ends with a period. I hope my friends are in my class.
    7. 7. Will I find my way around the new school? Who will my teacher be this year?
    8. 8. An interrogative sentence asks a question and ends with a question mark. Can you carry all those heavy books?
    9. 9. Don’t panic.Sit at the desk in the front row.
    10. 10. An imperative sentence gives a command or makes a request.Call home if you need a ride after school.
    11. 11. Oh my goodness!It’s so easy to get lost!
    12. 12. An exclamatory sentence expresses strong feeling and ends with an exclamation point.I can hardly wait to meet my new teacher!
    13. 13. So you think you havemad skills now?
    14. 14. It’s almost Christmas!
    15. 15. Is it too early to start listening to Christmasmusic? Interrogative
    16. 16. DeclarativeI might need asmallerornament, or abigger tree.
    17. 17. Imperative Go run and dance around the tree.
    18. 18. MeetThe Grammarheads
    19. 19. In your notes…• A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought.• A declarative sentence makes a statement.• An interrogative sentence asks a question.• An imperative sentence gives a command.• An exclamatory sentences expresses strong feeling.
    20. 20. Today’s assignment• Page 63 #s 1-15Questions and Answersin your notebook• When finished, please complete incomplete assignments (Vocabulary sentences) in your notebook

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