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Combining Sentences (Elements of Language 2001)

Combining Sentences (Elements of Language 2001)

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Published by Holt Rinehart & Winston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language Arts - Composition & Creative Writing,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children: Grades 4-6

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9942844M
    ISBN 100030563062
    ISBN 109780030563065
    OCLC/WorldCa53040600

    The instructor completes several sentence-combining examples in front of the group, using a think-aloud approach to show his or her thinking process in successfully combining sentences. Students should then complete sentence-combining examples in pairs or groups, with the instructor circulating through the class to check for student understanding. Combining sentences - Writing compound verbs: This product includes a compound verb worksheet, answer key, and a combining sentences PowerPoint presentation. Students will enhance writing skills and text structure by by taking two sentences and combining them into one by creating compound verbs.

      Here are some helpful hints on teaching COMBINING SENTENCES on the multiple choice section of the 4th grade Writing STAAR test. I have analyzed the test and notice that there were four test questions covering this skill, but only one had the word COMBINE. There are four ways to combine sentences for fourth. Grade 2 Combining Sentences. Displaying all worksheets related to - Grade 2 Combining Sentences. Worksheets are Complex sentences sentence combining four types of, Combining sentences, Combining sentences with and, Combining sentences with subordinating conjunctions, Combining sentences with and, Las vegas high school 11 writing workshop, Combining .

    Combine each group of sentences into one, well-formed sentence. You may use any of the techniques you have learned, including coordination and/or subordination. *You may change the wording, but be careful not to change the meaning/5. Combining Sentences, Common Core LA. This is the 5th grade version to use with your students. Combining Sentences Activity for whole class, small groups, or independent work during guided reading. Students read the sentences on the task page, identify the important information and combine the s.


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Sentence Combining fills that slot perfectly. This activity greatly improved my student's ability to revise their writing. They were able to see that revision is a process.

For some it was a true "ah ha!" moment. The techique I found in the first section of Coaching Writing is the focus of Sentence Combining A Composing by: Tiered Sentence Combining, ATLAS, © 6 Tiered Sentence Combining is based on these sources of evidence in the following ways: It offers strategies and exercises for combining short sentences into longer, more complex ones.

It recommends an explicit and integrated instructional process: Size: KB. Combining sentences encourages a writer to take two or more short, choppy sentences and combine them into one effective sentence.

By learning this skill, students enhance their writing style. Sentence combining skill is something that will develop over several short practice sessions and should be considered as one component of an overall writing program.

Sentence Combining fills that slot perfectly. This activity greatly improved my student's ability to revise their writing. They were able to see that revision is a process. For some it was a true "ah ha!" moment. The techique I found in the first section of Coaching Writing is the focus of Sentence Combining A Composing Book/5.

Combine the two sentences using ‘and’. 1) The cat watches the mouse. The cat watches the bird. 2) The dog has a bone. The dog has a bowl. 3) The pencil is sharp. The pencil is yellow. 4) The couch is comfortable.

The couch is soft. 5) The table is square. The table is high. We finished our book. We finished our homework. We finished our. Use sentence combining worksheets to practice how to combine sentences. If you were unable to properly combine sentences, each sentence would be very short, simple and boring.

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience. Sentence Combining is a writing and revision strategy that involves teaching students to develop sentence variety, connect ideas, and increase clarity by revising and/or combining sentences.

Students learn to identify problem sentences and effectively apply multiple ways to improve sentences, which helps students revise more substantively and. 6 Responses to “Combining Sentences” Elli Pirelli on J am. While I usually enjoy the tips given here, I don’t quite agree on this one.

In my opinion, one should strive to _shorten_ sentences, not make them even longer – I’d rather break sentences up than combining them. Combining Sentences. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match.

Gravity. Created by. Nettie_Eichelberger. Alice read a book. Ann read a book. Alice read a book and Ann read. Alice and Ann read a book. Alice Ann read a book. B Move 3 spaces. The cows live in the barn. The horses live in the barn. Sentence Combining book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

Start by marking “Sentence Combining: A Composing Book” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving Aims to help writing students strengthen their writing skills through combining short sentences together to make interesting, readable ones.

The work /5. Building Skills through Reading and Writing by Deborah Dean Sentence combining occurs in two different ways: Open-ended and cued. (See examples in text.) With open-ended sentence work, students are given a set of short, simple sentences (often called kernel sentences) which they are asked to combine in any way they Size: 1MB.

Combining Sentences With And Discuss You can often combine two short sentences to make a longer sentence. You can often use and to connect the sentences.

Read these examples together: 1. Karen is reading a book. Antonio is writing a report. Karen is reading a book, and Antonio is writing a report. Carlos is coming home tomorrow. Combining Sentences Worksheets Combining Sentences Compound Subject and Verb--Early Elementary Worksheet Combining Sentences to Join Ideas--Middle Grades Worksheet Combining Sentences with Coordinating Conjunctionsnd-5th Grades Worksheet Combining Sentences with Items in a Series--Mid to Late Elementary Worksheet.

William Strong wrote another book about writing development, Coaching Writing, that I purchased at a writing workshop. The discussion of sentence combining as a development technique excited my teaching, but I don't have time (or energy) to prepare sentences for use with the technique.

Sentence Combining fills that slot perfectly/5(10). By (date), after a teacher cuts (2) short sentence strips (e.g. "It is a tree." "It has a nest.") into individual words and then the class participates in a shared language activity to use combining words (e.g.

"that" or "and") to join the (2) sentences to make (1) sentence (e.g. It is a tree that has a nest.), (name) will cut (2) sentences and reorganize and glue using (2) combining words.

Colorful picture pages along with specific instructions in this book provide a means of evoking interesting descriptive sentences from students. Activities encouraging combining simple sentences into larger, more interesting sentences are provided.

Students can practice sentence combining by working through several pages of these activities. This highly regarded text helps developmental writing students strengthen their writing skills and understand some of the stylistic choices available to them in written English.

Simply put, sentence combining involves putting short, choppy sentences together to make more interesting, readable Price: $ Combining simple sentences. If you have written a series of simple sentences, try alternate methods of combining them to vary the pace of the paragraph.

Look at the following example. Old‐growth forests are disappearing. Citizens should take action. For example, wood substitutes and recycled materials are becoming more available. This Sentence Writing Unit includes a PowerPoint and set of graphic organizers that teach students about sentence problems, combining sentences, and.

Dr. Richard Nordquist is professor emeritus of rhetoric and English at Georgia Southern University and the author of several university-level grammar and composition textbooks. This exercise will introduce you to sentence combining —that is, organizing sets of short, choppy sentences into longer, more effective : Richard Nordquist.

Five Sentence Combining Options. To create college-level writing, students need to combine simple sentences frequently; the following options provide five formats for doing this. Option 1: Simple Sentence + Comma + Key Word + Simple Sentence.

The key words (coordinating conjunctions) are as follows: and, but, for, nor, or, so, yet.Join the sentences by using a semicolon with a transitional word and a comma. Some common transitional words are: however has the same meaning as but. The actress's performance electrified the audience; however, lighting and sound problems diminished the play's overall impact.

furthermore has the same meaning as in addition. The project required extensive .Combining Sentences with AND When two sentences have the same subject, you can combine the predicates with the word and.

example: The seagull flew over my head. The seagull landed on the roof. The seagull flew over my head and landed on the roof. When two sentences have the same predicate, you can combine the subjects with the word Size: 56KB.