05 03-2012 sentence types lesson 3

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05 03-2012 sentence types lesson 3

  1. 1. Bellwork Sentence CorrectionsQuietly identify the following sentences: Did you have fun yesterday? Stay with your group. We fell into the freezing water! The lunch was just okay. .
  2. 2. Did you have funyesterday? Int.Stay with your group. Imp.We fell into the freezingwater! Exc.The lunch was just okay. D Bellwork
  3. 3. Margaret Mitchell won_______ for her novel GoneWith the Wind in 1937.a) an Emmyb) second placec) a Pulitzer Prized) an Oscar On this date…
  4. 4. Margaret Mitchell won_______ for her novel GoneWith the Wind in 1937.a) an Emmyb) second placec) a Pulitzer Prized) an Oscar On this date…
  5. 5. The National Public Radio(NPR) program ______made its debut in 1971.a) All Things Consideredb) Sesame Streetc) Wait, wait Don’t Tell Med) Soap On this date…
  6. 6. The National Public Radio(NPR) program ______made its debut in 1971.a) All Things Consideredb) Sesame Streetc) Wait, wait Don’t Tell Med) Soap On this date…
  7. 7. Golda Meir – 1898Bing Crosby – 1903Sugar Ray Robinson – 1921Dulé Hill – 1975 Famous Birthdays
  8. 8. What isonomatopoeia?LA Fact ofthe Day
  9. 9. The use of words whose soundsimitate or suggest their meaning.Achoo! Ahem. Baa! Bam! Bang.Beep. Belch! Boink. Boo! Boom!Buzz. Cheep. Chirp. Clang. Clap.Click. Cluck. Crackle. Crunch.LA Fact ofthe Day
  10. 10. DeclarativeInterrogative ImperativeExclamatory Sentences
  11. 11. Types ofSentences(for those who missed thelast two days of it, or atleast missed Tim & Moby)The Mysteriesof Life…
  12. 12. Today’s work:Last practiceidentifying the differenttypes of sentences Sentences
  13. 13. PracticeBK English Bookspg. L35 numbers 6-10Identify the sentences &write what punctuation itshould have. Sentences
  14. 14. What do these words havein common?age, blame, curb, dance, evidence,fence, gleam, harm, interest, jam,kiss, latch, motion, nest, order, part,quiz, rest, signal, trust, use, view,win, x-ray, yield, zone Brain Boosters
  15. 15. They can all be used asnouns AND verbs.age, blame, curb, dance, evidence,fence, gleam, harm, interest, jam,kiss, latch, motion, nest, order, part,quiz, rest, signal, trust, use, view,win, x-ray, yield, zone Brain Boosters
  16. 16. What unusual property dothe following words havein common? flour, tern, thirsty Brain Boosters
  17. 17. Each can be turned into anumber by removing oneletter. flour, tern, thirsty 4,10,30 Brain Boosters
  18. 18. What occurs once in June,once in July and twice inAugust? Brain Boosters
  19. 19. The letter u occurs once inJune, once in July andtwice in August. Brain Boosters
  20. 20. A man rode in on Monday.He stayed for three nightsand then left on Monday.How? Brain Boosters
  21. 21. A man rode in on Monday.He stayed for three nightsand then left on Monday.How? His horse wasnamed Monday. Brain Boosters
  22. 22. Identify the cliché:Ircad – It’s raining cats & dogsLbyl –Rtr –Hyh! –Llpof –Ftasb – Brain Boosters
  23. 23. Identify the cliché: Answers are on the NEXT slide! Brain Boosters
  24. 24. Identify the cliché:Ircad – It’s raining cats & dogsLbyl – Look before you leapRtr – Raise the roofHyh! – Hold your horses!Llpof – Liar, liar pants on fireFtasb – Faster than speedingbullet Brain Boosters
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