I use this anchor chart as I introduce/review sentences and sentence fragments with my students. First, we talk about what a sentence is, what it has. Then, we come up with a few examples. We then do the same for sentence fragments. Once we have discussed them, the students get with a partner. They are assigned to come up with their own sentence or sentence fragment. They then share their sentence/sentence fragment with the class and the class must guess where it will go on the anchor chart.
It’s a great way to get students thinking about the differences of sentences and sentence fragments.
(Visited 1,378 times, 3 visits today)