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Naming Part/Telling Part (sentences)
Old 10-28-2009, 03:23 PM
 
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I am teaching a review lesson on naming part/telling part (subject/predicate) for my 1st/2nd grade class. Does anyone have a worksheet that would go with this? I am in the process of creating a ppt, which I am happy to share when it is complete, but I am need of a worksheet to assess their understanding and getting tired.

If you have one, will you share?
I'll post my ppt soon if you are interested.

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I don t have a worksheet but I'd love to see the power point. We're doing naming and telling parts too but I only have an intreractive site for the smart board and the workbook pages fro
the series (boring).
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I have some that I have with my reading series. If you like give me your email and I will email you what I have on the weekend.
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here is my naming part/telling part sentence PowerPoint. If you see something confusing or something that doesn't make sense, please let me know so I can change it. I want to make sure I am teaching the ideas correctly.

coromela, I'll pm you my email.

TIA for any feedback!
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Old 10-28-2009, 03:55 PM
 
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Here is my PPT from earlier in the week..I did a mini lesson on When to Use a Capital. I included the editing symbol for this as well. There is also a worksheet that I created, so I'll post that as well.

I get so many great things from all of you, it feels good to share!



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Here is the worksheet that goes with the capital letter powerpoint. I don't like the top of it b/c it doesn't match the powerpoint exactly. I made the worksheet then did the ppt, but forgot to go change the wrksht. Change it as you need.

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Love it!
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Love the powerpoint Logger! I changed the store names to some local ones (how exciting for 1st graders!!) and I can't wait to use it. Nice Job and Thanks for sharing!!
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Old 10-28-2009, 05:49 PM
 
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A few years ago I found a few free samples from writing a-z that might be helpful. I don't have them on my computer, but if you go to the website, they'll likely still have free samples.
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Oh, also, I am not very familiar with Step Up to Writing, but I know there is something called One Perfect Sentence that also might be helpful. So, if anyone out there knows more about that, please share. I'm using the idea, but probably not using it absolutely correctly according to Step Up.
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Thank you for sharing! We are working on naming/action parts of sentences right now.


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subject/predicate worksheets
Old 11-01-2009, 09:22 AM
 
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Have you seen superteacherworksheets.com ? They have a variety of worksheets--look under grammar. I think I saw some subject/predicate ones there.
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Seven Up Sentences
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Seven Up Sentences
Add adjectives, adverbs, prepositional phrases, replace general nouns with specific nouns and replace boring verbs with interesting verbs to make a new sentence with 7 words or more.
Ex.
  • Snake moved.
  • The snake moved.
  • The striped, poisonous snake moved.
  • The striped, poisonous snake moved quietly.
  • The striped, poisonous snake moved quietly through the tall grass.
  • The striped, poisonous cobra moved quietly through the tall grass.
  • The striped, poisonous cobra slithered quietly through the tall grass.
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This powerpoint is great! I teach second grade and you have made it appear really simple for them.
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the dog walks down the street.What is the naming part telling part and noun?
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looking for fun activities......
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I like the PowerPoint presentation...but did you do any type of game like activities to keep them active........
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