Teaching complete sentences? This complete sentence unit has 65 sentences that cover a common grammar and writing error: incomplete sentences. The material has three divisions: fragments, run on sentences, and commas splices.
Specifically, this incomplete sentences unit provides explanations of different problems along with practice sentences: run-on sentences, comma splices, and fragments. If you are looking how to teach complete sentences, these writing activities will help.
You will receive a PDF and a link to a Google Drive activity. The sentence sort is also in an editable Word Document.
Included in this run-on sentences, comma splices, and fragments activity:
⇔ A pre-test.
⇔ A worksheet on fragments, another on run-ons, and a final one on comma splices.
⇔ A worksheet that covers all types of incomplete sentences.
⇔ A grammar sort with 20 “sentences.” Included are fragments, run-ons, comma splices, and complete sentences. Students will sort the different groups of words.
⇔ A final test over complete sentences.
⇔ Answer key for all 65 sentences.
Through practice, students will identify incomplete sentences in their own writing. The material in this grammar lesson covers fragments, run ons, and comma splices. Teaching complete sentences has never been so easy!
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