Unit 1 Lesson 1 Grammar Skills SS SP Fragments Complete

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Harcourt Journeys:
Grammar Skills
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Unit 1: Lesson 1
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This week’s skills:
Part 1: Subject and Predicate
Part 2: Sentence Fragments
Part 3: Complete Sentences
Part 4: Contractions
Part 5: Sentence Fluency
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Subject & Predicate:
Part 1: PowerPoint Lesson
Part 2: Projectable 1.6
Part 3: Practice Book Page 7
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Part 1: Simple Subject
and Predicate
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A sentence has
parts.
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The first part is
called the
subject.
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The subject tells
the who or
what.
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EXAMPLES
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The pigs
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The hamster
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The 2nd part is
called the
predicate.
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The predicate tells
what the subject
does or what the
subject is.
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EXAMPLES
The pigs like to paint.
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The hamster is a pig!
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Today, we’re going
to find the simple
subject and
simple predicate.
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The simple
subject is a
noun.
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The simple
predicate is a
verb.
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A verb can be an
action like…
jump
run
play
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A verb can also be a
linking verb.
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These are linking verbs:
am
is
was
were
are
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Click on the link to watch
the Brain Pop Video:
http://www.brainpop.com/english/grammar/su
bjectandpredicate/
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Projectable 1.6
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Turn your Practice Book to
page 7.
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Sentence Fragments:
Part 1: PowerPoint Lesson
Part 2: Projectable 1.7
Part 3: Practice Book Page 8
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Part 2: Sentence
Fragments
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A sentence has
parts.
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The first part is
called the
subject.
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The subject tells
the who or
what.
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The 2nd part is
called the
predicate.
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The predicate tells
what the subject
does or what the
subject is.
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A fragment is
missing one of
those parts.
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A fragment is
not a complete
sentence.
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Click on the link to watch
the Brain Pop Video:
http://www.brainpop.com/english/grammar/se
ntencefragments/
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Projectable 1.7
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Turn your Practice Book to
page 8.
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Complete Sentences:
Part 1: PowerPoint Lesson
Part 2: Projectable 1.8
Part 3: Practice Book Page 9
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Part 3: Complete
Sentences
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Complete
sentences have
two parts.
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The first part is
called the
subject.
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The subject tells
the who or
what.
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The 2nd part is
called the
predicate.
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The predicate tells
what the subject
does or what the
subject is.
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Projectable 1.8
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Turn your Practice Book to
page 9.
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Contractions:
Part 1: PowerPoint Lesson
Part 2: Practice Book Page 10
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Part 4: Contractions
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Contractions are made
by bringing two words
together into one.
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Letters are removed and
an apostrophe is put in
their place.
can not = can’t
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Let’s practice. Tell what
contraction word the
two words make.
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are not =
aren’t
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is not =
isn’t
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will not =
won’t
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do not =
don’t
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can not =
can’t
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was not =
wasn’t
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did not =
didn’t
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have not =
haven’t
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were not =
weren’t
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Now tell what two
words make up the
contraction word.
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aren’t =
are not
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isn’t =
is not
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won’t =
will not
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don’t =
do not
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can’t =
can not
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wasn’t =
was not
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didn’t =
did not
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weren’t =
were not
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haven’t =
have not
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Click on the link to watch
the Brain Pop Video:
http://www.brainpop.com/english/grammar/co
ntractions/
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Click on the link to watch
the Brain Pop Jr. Video:
http://www.brainpopjr.com/readingandwriting/
word/contractions/
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Turn your Practice Book to
page 10.
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Part 6: Sentence
Fluency
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Turn your Practice Book to
page 11.
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How did you do?
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