Simple Sentences, Fragments and Run-on Sentences Print and Digital Teaching Pack

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Description

Introducing our comprehensive teaching pack on Simple Sentences, Fragments, and Run-on Sentencesthe ultimate resource for educators aiming to help students master one of the fundamental forms of sentence structure.
 
This pack is loaded with engaging materials, equipping you with all the necessary tools to not only identify and use simple sentences but also recognise and rectify sentence fragments and run-on sentences.
 
Unlock the full potential of your lessons with our carefully designed:
  • teaching slides
  • eye-catching posters
  • interactive task cards
  • engaging digital resources.
The thoughtfully curated content is intended to captivate students’ attention while nurturing a deep and lasting comprehension of this critical aspect of sentence structure.
 
Empower your students to express themselves confidently and effectively with a solid foundation in sentence construction.
 
***Suitable for both US and British spellings***
 
This Simple Sentences, Fragments and Run-on Sentences Teaching Pack features:
  • 28 teaching slides: I Do, We Do, You Do activities to prepare students for independent tasks.
  • PowerPoint Slides and Google Slides versions are provided
  • 48 task cards (and answers)
  • 28 digital task cards (and answers)
  • Definition posters for simple sentences, and fragments and run-on sentences
  • A full lesson plan that takes you step-by-step through the process of introducing apostrophes for possession and contractions.
Concepts covered include: Identifying subjects, predicates and verbs, identifying and fixing sentence fragments, identifying and fixing run-on sentences, and distinguishing between simple sentences, sentence fragments and run-on sentences.
 
These syntax activities align with the Science of Reading (SoR). This resource is a practical addition to your structured literacy programme. Activities link directly to the New Zealand Literacy Progressions and the Common Core.

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