Language Arts: 7 Multimedia Mini Lessons in The Sentence Bundle

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Here's a great bargain on these newly-updated 7 MicroLessons (mini lessons) for Sentences:

  • Types of Sentences
  • Sentence Structure Part 1
  • Sentence Structure Part 2
  • Run On Sentences
  • Sentence Fragments
  • Sentence Combining Part 1
  • Sentence Combining Part 2

If purchased individually, the total cost of these 7 mini lessons would be $34.65.

The Sentence Bundle is now available for the much lower cost of $16.95--a savings of over 50%!

The purpose of the rest of this page is to describe in more detail what comes in The Sentence Bundle.

Additionally, links are provided for the purpose of leading you to the free trial version of each MicroLesson. 

New Features Released!

For the first time ever, free trials of all 7 MicroLessons are available in one PDF download. This document contains live links that will open each MicroLesson for preview.

There is also good news for Mac Users. Each of these MicroLessons will run on all of the most-widely used web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari. As a result, you may access them from all versions of Mac AND Windows! 

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Types of Sentences

MicroLesson 23
Types of Sentences
Presentation Time: 21-26 min.

By the end of this MicroLesson, students will be able to...

  • define sentence.
  • recognize that the purpose for speaking or writing determines the type of sentence used.
  • list and define four types of sentences.
  • select the appropriate end mark for each type of sentence.
  • distinguish interrogative sentences from indirect questions.
  • recognize that imperative sentences may end with a period or an exclamation point.
  • correctly categorize 15 sample sentences.

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Sentence Structure Part 1

MicroLesson 24
Sentence Structure Part 1
Presentation Time: 25-30 min.


By the end of this MicroLesson, students will be able to... 

  • define sentence structure.
  • identify the parts of a clause.
  • recognize that an independent clause can stand by itself.
  • define and distinguish simple and compound sentences.
  • recognize that simple sentences may have compound subjects or compound verbs.
  • identify two ways that the two parts of a compound sentence are connected.
  • define run on sentence.
  • recognize that two independent clauses incorrectly connected become a run on sentence.
  • demonstrate mastery by correctly responding to 15 multiple choice questions. 

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Sentence Structure Part 2

MicroLesson 25
Sentence Structure Part 2
Presentation Time: 25-30 min.


By the end of this MicroLesson, students will be able to...

  • recall the definitions of simple and compound sentences.
  • identify and distinguish dependent and independent clauses.
  • identify the two parts of a complex sentence.
  • recognize that dependent clauses may appear in any portion of a sentence.
  • recognize the purpose of subordinate conjunctions.
  • name at least six examples of subordinate conjunctions.
  • identify the three parts of a compound-complex sentence.
  • distinguish complex and compound-complex sentences.
  • demonstrate mastery by correctly responding to 15 multiple choice questions.

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Run On Sentences

MicroLesson 26
Comparison and Contrast
Presentation Time: 23-28 min.


By the end of this MicroLesson, students will be able to...

  • define sentence and run on sentence.
  • list the three end marks.
  • list at least four examples of coordinating conjunctions.
  • recognize that when a coordinating conjunction is used to connect two sentences, it must be preceded by a comma.
  • recognize that a semicolon can connect two sentences, but a comma cannot.
  • list four ways to correct run on sentences.
  • demonstrate mastery by correctly responding to 15 multiple choice questions. 

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Sentence Fragments

MicroLesson 27
Sentence Fragments
Presentation Time: 24-29 min.


By the end of this MicroLesson, students will be able to...

  • define sentence.
  • recognize that sentence fragments are incomplete sentences.
  • recognize that a fragment can be caused by a missing subject, predicate, or both.
  • correctly distinguish sentences and sentence fragments when presented with example groups of words.
  • choose appropriate corrections for sample sentence fragments.
  • demonstrate mastery by correctly responding to 15 multiple choice questions.

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Sentence Combining Part 1

MicroLesson 28
Sentence Combining Part 1
Presentation Time: 28-33 min.


By the end of this MicroLesson, students will be able to...

  • recognize that sentence combining is the process of connecting smaller ideas in a logical way, thereby eliminating a series of short, choppy sentences.
  • list at least six methods for combining sentences.
  • recognize that the endings of words must sometimes be modified when they are moved to new locations.
  • write ten combined sentences using any of the six methods presented in this MicroLesson.

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Sentence Combining Part 2

MicroLesson 29
Sentence Combining Part 2
Presentation Time: 28-33 min.


By the end of this MicroLesson, students will be able to...

  • recognize that sentence combining is the process of connecting smaller ideas in a logical way, thereby eliminating a series of short, choppy sentences.
  • list at least five additional methods for combining sentences.
  • write ten combined sentences using any of the five methods presented in this MicroLesson.

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Conclusion

Care to save a little time previewing these MicroLessons? Just grab this document which contains all 7 of the preview links for The Sentence Bundle. language arts

The full version of The Sentence Bundle is exactly the same as the previews, minus those pesky “Free Trial” stamps. Plus, it comes with a word search and a crossword puzzle for each MicroLesson! language arts

Important Note: All of the titles in the Language Arts Presenter series are accessible with any of the major web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari. As a result, these apps are compatible with all versions of both Windows and Mac. language arts

If you have questions, comments, or suggestions for future MicroLessons, please take a moment to let me know what's on your mind. And, as I often say, best wishes to you and your kids!
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