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  • 1. COMMUNICATION ARTS 2<br />Name________________________________________ Day_________ Date__________<br />TOPIC: Sentence Length<br /> <br />Read the three texts below. None has any grammar or vocabulary mistakes. All three are acceptable, but one has stronger writing than the others. Decide which one is best and why.  <br />  <br />Text A<br />My children haven’t been lucky. Two weeks ago my son lost his jacket on the playground at school. That same week my daughter lost her jacket at her school. We looked for my son’s jacket. We looked for my daughter’s jacket. I asked for help from the teachers. I looked in the lost-and-found at both schools.  I looked around the school grounds.  I didn’t find either jacket. It’s very sad. I don’t think they were just lost. I think the jackets were stolen.<br />Comment/s:___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________<br /> <br />Text B<br />My children haven’t been lucky because two weeks ago my son lost his jacket on the playground at school, and that same week my daughter lost her jacket at her school, so we looked for my son’s jacket, and we looked for my daughter’s jacket. I asked for help from the teachers, and I also looked in the lost-and-found at both schools, and then I looked around the school grounds, but I didn’t find either jacket. It’s very sad because I don’t think they were just lost, and what I really think is that the jackets were stolen.<br />Comment/s:___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________<br />Text C<br />My children haven’t been lucky. Two weeks ago my son lost his jacket on the playground at school, and that same week my daughter lost her jacket at her school. We looked for the jackets. I asked for help from the teachers, and I also looked in the lost-and-found at both schools.  I even looked around the school grounds, but I didn’t find either jacket. It’s very sad. I think the jackets weren’t lost but stolen.  <br />Comment/s:___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________<br />Writing Activity#1: <br />Write a paragraph on your paper about a time you lost something. How did you lose it? Did you find it? How were you able to find it?<br />(Minumum of 5 sentences; Maximum of 8 sentences)<br />Source: English Cafe<br />Prepared by: Mrs. Rhina R. Odom<br />

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