Conjunctions, Interjections, Prepositions Sixth ReadingLanguage

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					Topic:    Conjunctions, Interjections, Prepositions                  Page 1 of 1              Grade/Subject Area:      Sixth Reading/Language


   Prior Knowledge: What is a phrase? Why             Unit Essential Questions: How are                 Unit Instructional Resources: Dictionary,
   use an exclamation point? What are the             conjunctions, interjections, and prepositions     skills practice sheets, overhead projector
   coordinating conjunctions? What are                used correctly and effectively?
   parentheses?




   Concept: Students will use coordinating            Concept: Students will identify common            Concept: Students will identify prepositional
   conjunctions to join nouns, verbs, and simple      interjections.                                    phrases with parentheses.
   sentences.


   Pre-Assessment Strategy: Students will be          Pre-Assessment Strategy: Students will be         Pre-Assessment Strategy: Students will
   asked to clap when they hear a conjunction         asked to provide an “excitement word” for a       locate prepositions in two sentences.
   in a sentence.                                     scenario.


   Vocabulary: noun, verb, simple sentence            Vocabulary: interject, exclamation point,         Vocabulary: phrase, preposition, parentheses
                                                      comma



   Lesson Essential Question: What are the            Lesson Essential Question: Why use an             Lesson Essential Question: What is the
   coordinating conjunctions?                         interjection?                                     pattern of a prepositional phrase?



   Assessment: Given ten sentences, students          Assessment: Students will place an                Assessment: Students will list ten
   will write the terms that are joined by a          appropriate interjection in ten sentences and     prepositions and create a phrase with each.
   coordinating conjunction.                          punctuate them correctly.