Writing Complete Sentences

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Grade Level
Elementary School
Subject
Language
Length of Time
45 minutes
Description

In this lesson, students will write complete sentences.

This lesson is for third to fifth grade students.

Goals

Students will learn:
To write complete sentences

Materials Needed

The worksheet I have included in this lesson
Pencils and erasers

Procedure

First, you will copy the worksheet.

Then, you will explain to the students about writing complete sentences. You can do this by writing examples on the board.

Example: Sharon and I like to go to movies.

They need to use correct grammar and punctuation.

After that, you will pass out the worksheet for them to do independently.

Worksheet - Writing Complete Sentences

Directions: Complete the following sentences.

1. Tom picked



2. Christy liked 3. Sadey



4. The team 5. Jenny 6. Megan 7. The Bluejays 8. The hurricane



9. We liked



10. Bob 11. The movie 12. Let's 13. Jenny 14. The storm 15. My car 16. Susie



17. The kitten 18. The teacher 19. Christy loves 20. Connie wants

Grading

Each sentence is worth five points for a total of 100 points.

100 to 90 = A

89 to 80 = B

79 to 70 = C

69 to 60 = D

Below 60 = F



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