Unit 1, Lesson 11.notebook
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October 07, 2013
Monday, October 7th
Homework:
• 1.11 Worksheet [due Tuesday, Oct. 10th]
• Vo...
Unit 1, Lesson 11.notebook
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October 07, 2013
Lesson 11: Correcting Run-on Sentences
A run-on sentencejoinstogether
two or...
Unit 1, Lesson 11.notebook
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October 07, 2013
1. My class decided to create a school newspaper.
2. Our teacher thought a s...
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1.11 Correcting Run-on Sentences

  1. 1. Unit 1, Lesson 11.notebook 1 October 07, 2013 Monday, October 7th Homework: • 1.11 Worksheet [due Tuesday, Oct. 10th] • Vocab Bubbles #4 [due Wednesday, October 9th] • Vocab Writing #4 [due Friday, October 11th] • Chapter 1 Grammar Test [Friday, October 11th] • Supplemental Vocab Check (20 Words Total) [Friday, October 11th] *Be adding words to your supplemental vocab list! [Mrs. Weber will check on Friday, 10/11!]
  2. 2. Unit 1, Lesson 11.notebook 2 October 07, 2013 Lesson 11: Correcting Run-on Sentences A run-on sentencejoinstogether two or moresentences that should bewritten separately. Correct a run-on sentence by: 1. ________________ 2. ________________ My science class went on a nature hike my teacher led the way. What two ways could we correct thissentence?
  3. 3. Unit 1, Lesson 11.notebook 3 October 07, 2013 1. My class decided to create a school newspaper. 2. Our teacher thought a school newspaper was a great idea. 3. Students discussed story ideas we made a list. 4. Everyone read though the list some students had other ideas. 5. The top ten ideas were selected for further research. 6. Our teacher divided us into ten teams we began working on ourlists.

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