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  Lesson Teacher Notes

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Introduction

 

 

01

Articles

G01 Identify the Article

001

02

Prepositions

G02 Identify the Preposition

002

03

Articles and Possessives

 

 

04

What is a clause?

 

 

05

Identifying the Subject

G03 Identify the Subject

 

06

Subject or Predicate?

 

 

07

5 Basic Clause Patterns

 

 

08

Equative Clauses

 

 

09

Intransitive Clauses

 

 

10

Review: Patterns 1-2

G04

 

11

Transitive Clauses

 

 

12

Review: Patterns 1-3

G05

 

13

Ditransitive Clauses

 

 

14

Review: Patterns 1-4

G06

 

15

Dummy Subjects

 

 

16

Review: Patterns 1-5

G07

 

17

Helping Words

 

 

18

Adjectives

 

 

19

Adverbs

 

 

20

Simplifying Sentences

G08

 

21

Prepositions (Review)

G02

 

22

Prepositional Phrases

 

 

23

Sentences with Prepositional Phrases

G09

 

24

Continuous Tense

G10

 

25

Compound Elements

G11

 

26

Challenge Questions

Consider taking out compounds; also "wicked" is confused as part of name.

 

27

Subject and Predicate

G12 Subject or Predicate

 

28

Complete Sentences

G13 Sentence or Fragment (Level 1)

 

29

Glue Words

G19 Prep, Co, or Sub (Level 1)

 

30

Compound Sentences

G14 Simple or Compound (Level 1)

 

31

Fanboys

G15 Simple or Compound (Level 2)

 

32

Forming Compound Sentences

G17 Insert Semicolon or Co-Conjunction

 

33

Compounds with Semicolons

G16 Simple or Compound (Level 3)

 

34

Patterns with Semicolons

G18 Patterns with Semicolons

 

35

Run-on Sentences

G22 Correct, Fused, or Comma Splice (NEEDS TO BE RENAMED ACCORDING TO NE SYSTEM (ST COLUMN IS SAME NAME AS DW TITLE; 2ND COLUMN IS SAME AS QUIA QUIZ)

 

36

Long Compound Sentences

G23 Long Compound Sentences

 

37

"G23 is easy on purpose; consider making a harder version."  

 

38

Veni, Vidi Vici

G24 Veni, Vidi, Vici

 

39

Breaking the Rules

G25 Breaking the Rules

 

40

Is "then" a coordinating conjnuction?

G26 Is "then" a coordinating conjunction? (APPARENTLY NEEDS TO BE REWRITEEN)

 

41

Starting a Sentence with a Fanboy

G27 Starting a Sentence with a Fanboy

 

42

Comma or Semicolon

G28 Comma or Semicolon

 

43

Compound What

G29 Compound What?

 

44

Compound Predicates

G30 Compound Subject or Compound Predicate

 

45

Ending a Sentence with a Preposition

G31 Prescriptive vs. Descriptive Grammar

 

46

Implied Subjects

G31 What is the subject of the second clause?

 

47

Implied Subjects (2)

G32 Explicit or Implied?

 

48

Hybrid Sentences

G35 Simple, Compound, or Hybrid?

 

49

Hybrid to Compound (Practice)

G36 Hybrid to Compound

 

50

Compound to Hybrid (Practice)

G37 Compound to Hybrid

 

51

Compound or Hybrid?

 

 

52

Co- and Sub- Conjunctions

G38 Co- and Sub- Conjunctions (Prefixes)

 

53

Clause Levels

G39 Clause Levels

 

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Subordinating Conjunctions

 

 

55

Subordinate Clauses

G40 Prep or Sub

 

56

Complex Sentences

G41 Simple, Compound, or Complex (Illustrated)

 

57

Super Glue Words

G20 Prep, Co, Sub (Level 2)

 

58

Glue Words (Advanced Review)

Prep, Co, Sub (Advanced)

 

59

Subordinate Clauses (Review)

Prep Phrase or Sub Clause (Advanced)

 

60

Complex Sentences (Review)

Sim, Comp, Complex (Illustrated—Advanced)

 

61

Because

Because

 

62

Complex Sentences (Review)

Sim, Comp, Complex (Illustrated—Advanced)

 

63

Punctuating Complex Sentences

 

 

64

Sentence Patterns 1–4

Simple, Compound, Hybrid, or Complex

 

65

Compound-Complex Sentences

Sim, Comp, Complex, Comp-Complex (Illustrated—Advanced)

 

66

5 Types of Sentences (Review)

Sim, Comp, Complex, Comp-Complex (Illustrated—Advanced)

 

67

Sentence Patterns 1–5

Simple, Compound, Hybrid, Complex or Compound Complex

 

68

 

 

 

69

Appositive Phrases

Phrases 1–2

 

70

Simplifying Sentences (Phrases 1–2)

Phrases 1–2 (Base Clause)

 

71

-ing Verbs (Review)

Continuous or Adjective

 

72

Gerund Phrases

Phrases 1-3

 

73

Gerund or Continuous Tense?

My hobby is swimming.

vs.

He is swimming.

 

 

74

Simplifying Sentences with Gerund Phrases

Phrases 1-3 (Base Clause)

 

75

Present Participial Phrases

Phrases 1–4a

 

76

Past Participial Phrases

Present or Past Participial?

 

77

Simplifying Sentences with Participial Phrases

Phrases 1–4 (Base Clause)

 

78

Absolute Phrases

Participial or Absolute Phrase?

 

79

Absolute Phrases (Review)

Phrases 1–5

 

80

Simplifying Sentences with Absolute Phrases

Phrases 1–5 (Base Clause)

 

81

Infinitive Phrases

Prepositional or Infinitive?

 

82

Infinitive Phrases (Review)

Phrases 1–6

 

83

Simplifying Sentences with Infinitive Phrases

Phrases 1–6 (Base Clause)

 

84

5 Types of Sentences

Simple, Compound, Hybrid, Complex, or Compound Complex

 

85

6 Types of Phrases

Phrases 1–6 (Final Review)

 

86

Clauses 1–5 (Review)

Base Clause (Phrases 1–6) Final Review

 

87

 

Adverb Clauses (ID the Base Clause)

 

88

 

Simple, Compound, Hybrid, Complex, Compound-Complex

 

89

 

ID the Base Clause of Complex Sentences