Student Sample: Forcing a Run-On - Section 1: Entrance Ticket Explanation and Silent Reading

 
  Student Sample: Forcing a Run-On
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Finding and Forcing Run-Ons

Unit 8: My Story, My Memory. Memoir
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: SWBAT notice author's use of FANBOYS sentences in their own reading, as well as correcting run-on sentences in their memoir drafts.

Big Idea: As we begin to notice professional author's using FANBOYS conjunctions, we notice these in our own writing, and this further develops our understanding of grammar.

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