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    • Alabama English Language Arts Course of Study, Objective 8 : Demonstrate appropriate use of ellipses, parentheses, hyphens and suspended hyphens, hyphenation of number-and-noun modifiers, slashes, and use of commas with subordinate clauses and nominative absolutes. Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Ellipses Alabama English Language Arts Course of Study, Objective 8 : Demonstrate appropriate use of ellipses, parentheses, hyphens and suspended hyphens, hyphenation of number-and-noun modifiers, slashes, and use of commas with subordinate clauses and nominative absolutes. Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses “ Demonstrate Appropriate Use,” Means…
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses “ Demonstrate Appropriate Use,” Means… ● Show me you know what ellipses are, and…
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses “ Demonstrate Appropriate Use,” Means… ● Show me you know what ellipses are, and… ● Show me you can use them appropriately:
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses “ Demonstrate Appropriate Use,” Means… ● Show me you know what ellipses are, and… ● Show me you can use them appropriately: - By identifying appropriate uses on a quiz, and then
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses “ Demonstrate Appropriate Use,” Means… ● Show me you know what ellipses are, and… ● Show me you can use them appropriately: - By identifying appropriate uses on a quiz, and then - By actually using ellipses appropriately yourself
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses “ Demonstrate Appropriate Use,” Means… ● Show me you know what ellipses are, and… ● Show me you can use them appropriately: - By identifying appropriate uses on a quiz, and then - By actually using ellipses appropriately yourself ● That’s what we’re going to do-- right now .
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Your Choices in the Process Today
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Your Choices in the Process Today ● You can cooperate and you’ll profit by it
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Your Choices in the Process Today ● You can cooperate and you’ll profit by it ● You can choose to not cooperate:
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Your Choices in the Process Today ● You can cooperate and you’ll profit by it ● You can choose to not cooperate: - In which case, you will remain seated and silent, and…
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Your Choices in the Process Today ● You can cooperate and you’ll profit by it ● You can choose to not cooperate: - In which case, you will remain seated and silent, and… - You will get further and further behind
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Your Choices in the Process Today ● You can cooperate and you’ll profit by it ● You can choose to not cooperate: - In which case, you will remain seated and silent, and… - You will get further and further behind But whatever you decide,
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Your Choices in the Process Today ● You can cooperate and you’ll profit by it ● You can choose to not cooperate: - In which case, you will remain seated and silent, and… - You will get further and further behind But whatever you decide, ● You will not interfere with me or with others who have chosen to cooperate today.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses My Plan to Meet the Objective
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses My Plan to Meet the Objective ● Explain what ellipses are and how they’re used
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses My Plan to Meet the Objective ● Explain what ellipses are and how they’re used ● We’ll do some guided practice via slides
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses My Plan to Meet the Objective ● Explain what ellipses are and how they’re used ● We’ll do some guided practice via slides ● You’ll complete a quiz on ellipses
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses My Plan to Meet the Objective ● Explain what ellipses are and how they’re used ● We’ll do some guided practice via slides ● You’ll complete a quiz on ellipses ● You’ll write me a paragraph from a prompt and use an ellipsis to show me you can do it
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses What are Ellipses?
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses What are Ellipses? ● An ellipsis is a mark of punctuation
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses What are Ellipses? ● An ellipsis is a mark of punctuation ● An ellipsis a set of three periods, like this: . . .
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses What are Ellipses? ● An ellipsis is a mark of punctuation ● An ellipsis a set of three periods, like this: . . . - Note that there are spaces between the dots!
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses What are Ellipses? ● An ellipsis is a mark of punctuation ● An ellipsis a set of three periods, like this: . . . - Note that there are spaces between the dots! - “ Ellipsis ” means one set of dots; “ ellipses ” is the plural form, meaning more than one set of dots.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses What are Ellipses? ● An ellipsis is a mark of punctuation ● An ellipsis a set of three periods, like this: . . . - Note that there are spaces between the dots! - “ Ellipsis ” means one set of dots; “ ellipses ” is the plural form, meaning more than one set of dots. ● It means that something has been intentionally left out of an original text or quote.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses This is the mayor of a small town.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses This is the mayor of a small town. He’s going to give a speech.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Everyone should pick themselves up, dust themselves off, and start working for what they want!
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Everyone should pick themselves up, dust themselves off, and start working for what they want!
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Now, what if you wanted to quote this sentence, but-- Everyone should pick themselves up, dust themselves off, and start working for what they want!
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Now, what if you wanted to quote this sentence, but-- you wanted to leave out some of the words? Everyone should pick themselves up, dust themselves off, and start working for what they want!
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Everyone should pick themselves up, dust themselves off, and start working for what they want! The mayor said, “Everyone should . . . start working for what they want.”
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Everyone should pick themselves up, dust themselves off, and start working for what they want! The mayor said, “Everyone should . . . start working for what they want.”
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Everyone should pick themselves up, dust themselves off, and start working for what they want! The mayor said, “Everyone should . . . start working for what they want.” Ellipses!
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Everyone should pick themselves up, dust themselves off, and start working for what they want! The mayor said, “Everyone should . . . start working for what they want.” Ellipses!
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Everyone should pick themselves up, dust themselves off, and start working for what they want! The mayor said, “Everyone should . . . start working for what they want.” Ellipses! Let’s look at another example.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses The News A ceremony honoring twelve young athletes, including runners, bicycle racers, football and basketball players, and two members of a polo team, took place at the parade grounds. Among the attendees were the governor, two of his staff members, and a wide assort-ment of parents, friends, and other Printed Everyday! Only 25 ¢
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Here’s an article in a newspaper. The News A ceremony honoring twelve young athletes, including runners, bicycle racers, football and basketball players, and two members of a polo team, took place at the parade grounds. Among the attendees were the governor, two of his staff members, and a wide assort-ment of parents, friends, and other Printed Everyday! Only 25 ¢
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Here’s an article in a newspaper. Look at this long sentence. The News A ceremony honoring twelve young athletes, including runners, bicycle racers, football and basketball players, and two members of a polo team, took place at the parade grounds. Among the attendees were the governor, two of his staff members, and a wide assort-ment of parents, friends, and other Printed Everyday! Only 25 ¢
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses What if you wanted to quote that sentence in your own writing? The News A ceremony honoring twelve young athletes, including runners, bicycle racers, football and basketball players, and two members of a polo team, took place at the parade grounds. Among the attendees were the governor, two of his staff members, and a wide assort-ment of parents, friends, and other Printed Everyday! Only 25 ¢
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses What if you wanted to quote that sentence in your own writing? But you didn’t want to quote all of it? The News A ceremony honoring twelve young athletes, including runners, bicycle racers, football and basketball players, and two members of a polo team, took place at the parade grounds. Among the attendees were the governor, two of his staff members, and a wide assort-ment of parents, friends, and other Printed Everyday! Only 25 ¢
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses You could do this: The News A ceremony honoring twelve young athletes, including runners, bicycle racers, football and basketball players, and two members of a polo team, took place at the parade grounds. Among the attendees were the governor, two of his staff members, and a wide assort-ment of parents, friends, and other Printed Everyday! Only 25 ¢
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses You could do this: The newspaper reported that “A ceremony honoring twelve young athletes . . . took place at the parade grounds.” The News A ceremony honoring twelve young athletes, including runners, bicycle racers, football and basketball players, and two members of a polo team, took place at the parade grounds. Among the attendees were the governor, two of his staff members, and a wide assort-ment of parents, friends, and other Printed Everyday! Only 25 ¢
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses You could do this: The newspaper reported that “A ceremony honoring twelve young athletes . . . took place at the parade grounds.” The News A ceremony honoring twelve young athletes, including runners, bicycle racers, football and basketball players, and two members of a polo team, took place at the parade grounds. Among the attendees were the governor, two of his staff members, and a wide assort-ment of parents, friends, and other Printed Everyday! Only 25 ¢ Ellipsis!
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses You could do this: The newspaper reported that “A ceremony honoring twelve young athletes . . . took place at the parade grounds.” The News A ceremony honoring twelve young athletes, including runners, bicycle racers, football and basketball players, and two members of a polo team, took place at the parade grounds. Among the attendees were the governor, two of his staff members, and a wide assort-ment of parents, friends, and other Printed Everyday! Only 25 ¢ Ellipsis!
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Easy, Right? But it Gets More Complicated:
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Easy, Right? But it Gets More Complicated:
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Easy, Right? But it Gets More Complicated: ● If the left-out material is in the middle of a sentence, then use only one set of ellipses.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Easy, Right? But it Gets More Complicated: ● If the left-out material is in the middle of a sentence, then use only one set of ellipses. ● If the left-out material is at the end of a sentence, then you need four dots :
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Easy, Right? But it Gets More Complicated: ● If the left-out material is in the middle of a sentence, then use only one set of ellipses. ● If the left-out material is at the end of a sentence, then you need four dots : - Three dots for the ellipsis, and then
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Easy, Right? But it Gets More Complicated: ● If the left-out material is in the middle of a sentence, then use only one set of ellipses. ● If the left-out material is at the end of a sentence, then you need four dots : - Three dots for the ellipsis, and then - Another dot to make the period at the end of the sentence!
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Easy, Right? But it Gets More Complicated: ● If the left-out material is at the beginning of a sentence, then usually no ellipsis at all is used.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Easy, Right? But it Gets More Complicated: ● If the left-out material is at the beginning of a sentence, then usually no ellipsis at all is used. ● The ellipsis can also be used to indicate a pause in the flow of a sentence:
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Easy, Right? But it Gets More Complicated: ● If the left-out material is at the beginning of a sentence, then usually no ellipsis at all is used. ● The ellipsis can also be used to indicate a pause in the flow of a sentence: - “Spike thought and thought . . .
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Easy, Right? But it Gets More Complicated: ● If the left-out material is at the beginning of a sentence, then usually no ellipsis at all is used. ● The ellipsis can also be used to indicate a pause in the flow of a sentence: - “Spike thought and thought . . . and finally raised his hand.”
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Easy, Right? But it Gets More Complicated: ● If the left-out material is at the beginning of a sentence, then usually no ellipsis at all is used. ● The ellipsis can also be used to indicate a pause in the flow of a sentence: - “Spike thought and thought . . . and finally raised his hand.” - “The pitcher wound up . . .
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Easy, Right? But it Gets More Complicated: ● If the left-out material is at the beginning of a sentence, then usually no ellipsis at all is used. ● The ellipsis can also be used to indicate a pause in the flow of a sentence: - “Spike thought and thought . . . and finally raised his hand.” - “The pitcher wound up . . . and threw a strike!”
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses One More Thing, then Let’s Practice
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses One More Thing, then Let’s Practice ● An ellipsis should be thought of as a single unit, and not broken up at the end of a line.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses One More Thing, then Let’s Practice ● An ellipsis should be thought of as a single unit, and not broken up at the end of a line. ● Now let’s practice using ellipses together.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses Here’s a sentence from a website:
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses Here’s a sentence from a website: War debt totaling more than $3 trillion may damage our ability to fund other programs this year.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses War debt totaling more than $3 trillion may damage our ability to fund other programs this year. How do we quote it and leave out this part?
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses War debt totaling more than $3 trillion may damage our ability to fund other programs this year. Like this:
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses War debt totaling more than $3 trillion may damage our ability to fund other programs this year. Like this: “ War debt . . . may damage our ability to fund programs this year.”
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses War debt totaling more than $3 trillion may damage our ability to fund other programs this year. Like this: “ War debt . . . may damage our ability to fund programs this year.”
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses War debt totaling more than $3 trillion may damage our ability to fund other programs this year. Like this: “ War debt . . . may damage our ability to fund programs this year.”
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses A speaker on the radio says:
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses A speaker on the radio says: “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night, including much damage from hail.”
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night, including much damage from hail.” What if you wanted to quote this, but leave out this part?
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night, including much damage from hail.” Notice that the part you want to leave out is at the end of the sentence!
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night, including much damage from hail.” You do it like this:
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night, including much damage from hail.” You do it like this: “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night . . . .”
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night, including much damage from hail.” You do it like this: “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night . . . .” An ellipsis for the left-out material
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night, including much damage from hail.” You do it like this: “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night . . . .” An ellipsis for the left-out material
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night, including much damage from hail.” You do it like this: “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night . . . .” An ellipsis for the left-out material And a period for the end of the sentence!
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night, including much damage from hail.” You do it like this: “ The storm brought a lot of anguish to the county last night . . . . Four dots, not just three.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses From a national news magazine:
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ After several days of deliberations, the jury found the suspect guilty.” From a national news magazine:
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ After several days of deliberations, the jury found the suspect guilty.” From a national news magazine: How could you quote this...
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ After several days of deliberations, the jury found the suspect guilty.” From a national news magazine: How could you quote this... … while leaving this part out?
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ After several days of deliberations, the jury found the suspect guilty.” From a national news magazine: Here’s how:
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ After several days of deliberations, the jury found the suspect guilty.” From a national news magazine: Here’s how: “ The jury found the suspect guilty.”
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Practice with Ellipses “ After several days of deliberations, the jury found the suspect guilty.” From a national news magazine: Here’s how: “ The jury found the suspect guilty.” No need for ellipses because the omitted part is at the beginning of the sentence.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Good Job. Now, a Short Review, then Quiz
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Good Job. Now, a Short Review, then Quiz ● Ellipses are a set of dots that shows an omission
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Good Job. Now, a Short Review, then Quiz ● Ellipses are a set of dots that shows an omission ● If the omission is in the middle of a sentence, then only one ellipsis (three dots) is used
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Good Job. Now, a Short Review, then Quiz ● Ellipses are a set of dots that shows an omission ● If the omission is in the middle of a sentence, then only one ellipsis (three dots) is used ● If the omission is at the end of a sentence, then an ellipsis plus a period is used
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Good Job. Now, a Short Review, then Quiz ● Ellipses are a set of dots that shows an omission ● If the omission is in the middle of a sentence, then only one ellipsis (three dots) is used ● If the omission is at the end of a sentence, then an ellipsis plus a period is used ● An ellipsis can also show a momentary pause in the flow of a sentence or thought
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information. Ellipses Ellipses Quiz Answer the questions on your Student Answer Sheet, then write your sentences on your own paper.
    • Demonstrate Appropriate Use of Ellipses Alabama English Language Arts Course of Study, Objective 8 : Demonstrate appropriate use of ellipses, parentheses, hyphens and suspended hyphens, hyphenation of number-and-noun modifiers, slashes, and use of commas with subordinate clauses and nominative absolutes. Microsoft ™ Powerpoint ® Presentation Copyright © 2009 by Wayne Bartlett, All Rights Reserved. No part of this presentation may be copied or used in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the author. Contact the author at codex10168@gmail.com for more information.