How To Teach A Lesson On Using Commas (Free Printable), Growing - Notes: • compound sentence: a sentence made from independent clauses (or whole sentences) related through a coordinating conjunction • coordinating conjunctions (fanboys): for, and, nor, however, or, but, so. ? used to combine two impartial clauses (or whole sentences) • complicated sentence: made up of an independent clause (can’t stand on my own) and one or extra dependent clauses. ? • subordinating conjunctions: after, despite the fact that, as due to the fact, earlier than, even although, if, given that, when, and till. ? used to introduce a structured clause. ? structured practice and application – i will ask students to write down a easy sentence on a piece of paper. ?once they have written a sentence, they will skip it to the character subsequent to them. ?then they will write a simple sentence on the next sheet of paper. ?they will pass the paper once more. ?they will write a simple sentence and then pass it to the person subsequent to them one final time. ?now every student have to have a piece of paper with 3 simple sentences. ?students will then have to integrate the 3 simple sentences using coordinating and/or subordinating conjunctions to make compound or complicated sentences. ? closure – students will be able to percentage examples of how they blended their easy sentences. ?college students will be capable to model for their classmates their technique for combining easy sentences. ? for homework, students will be required to write a certain paragraph the usage of versions in sentences. ? they will have to solution the question: searching at traces 60 to 102, “why does mercutio cross on this rant about queen mab? ? use info from the text to assist your reaction.?? materials paper, dry-‐erase board, overhead projector. ? .