Reflection: Accountability Recognizing and avoiding sentence fragments - Section 5: Closure


Some students found it challenging to deliberately create a sentence fragment.  Other students found it challenging to make a sentence fragment into a complete sentence.  To aid those students, I wrote a checklist on the board which they could use to determine if a sentence is complete - subject, verb, expresses a complete thought.

  Collaboration produces results
  Accountability: Collaboration produces results
Loading resource...

Recognizing and avoiding sentence fragments

Unit 4: Sentence Structure
Lesson 2 of 10

Objective: SWBAT recognize and avoid using sentence fragments in writing.

Big Idea: Students will construct complete sentences from sentence fragments during collaborative partner work.

  Print Lesson
English / Language Arts, sentence structure, Writing, Grammar and Mechanics, sentence fragment, BrainPop, grammar
  50 minutes
writer 1
Similar Lessons
Tell Me About It: Revising and Editing Personal Narratives
4th grade ELA » Writing Personal Narratives With Patricia Polacco
Big Idea: There is nothing more important than proofreading a piece of writing before releasing it to be seen by others.
Columbus, OH
Environment: Urban
Jody Barnes
Next Day Creating a Bibliography: Reorganizing Information
4th Grade ELA » World Culture Research Project
Big Idea: Students have collected citation information, now they reformat it to present it as a bibliography.
Seattle, WA
Environment: Urban
Marquita Prinzing
Powers of Ten: Review and Practice and Writing Clear Explanations
4th Grade Math » Multiplication Unit
Big Idea: Students will review powers of ten and learn to write clearly about the process after they identify the wrong answers from three given algorithms.
Genoa City, WI
Environment: Rural
Mary Ellen Kanthack
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload