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Transcript
Name:
DGP: Sentence #3
Date:
Period:
DAY 1 --- Parts of Speech
1. Write the sentence on the line below.
i rode my old yellow bike
2. Label the parts of speech in the sentence above by using the abbreviations in the
word bank below.
Day 1 Word Bank:
 n - noun (1)
 pos pro – possessive pronoun (1)
 nom pro – nominative pronoun (1)
 av – action verb (1) – pres (present), past (past), f (future)
 adj – adjective (2)
Day 1 Notes:
 A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea.
 A possessive pronoun takes the place of a noun and shows possession of something.
 A nominative pronoun takes the place of a noun and is the subject of the sentence.
 An action verb shows action.
 Adjectives modify nouns.
Day 1 Reflection:
Use the reflection space to explain the rules that you learned and applied to the sentence.
I learned…
6th Grade DGP –– Sentence 3
DAY 2 --- Sentence Parts & Phrases
1. Write the sentence on the line below.
i rode my old yellow bike
2. Label the parts of the sentence above with the sentence parts listed below.
Day 2 Word Bank:
 S – simple subject (1)
 vt – transitive verb (1)
 do - direct object (1)
Day 2 Notes:
 The subject of a sentence is the “who” or “what” of the verb.
 A transitive verb takes a direct object.
 A direct object is a noun or pronoun and is never in a prepositional phrase; it
follows an action verb; you can ask yourself, “subject, verb, what?” OR “subject,
verb, whom?”
Reflection:
Use the reflection space to explain the rules that you learned and applied to the sentence.
I learned…
6th Grade DGP –– Sentence 3
DAY 3 --- Clauses & Sentence Types
Directions:
1. Write the sentence on the line below.
i rode my old yellow bike
2. Put brackets around the clause(s) in the sentence, and label the clause(s) as either
dependent or independent.
3. Circle the sentence type:
Simple
Compound
Complex
Compound-complex
Imperative
Exclamatory
4. Circle the sentence purpose:
Declarative
Interrogative
Day 3 Word Bank:
 independent clause (ind cl): has a subject and a verb and can usually stand alone.
 dependent clause (dep cl): has a subject and a verb and cannot stand alone.
 [ ]: clause: use to identify the clause(s) in the sentence.
Day 3 Notes:
 simple sentence: has one independent clause.
 compound sentence: has two or more independent clauses.
 complex sentence: has one independent clause + one or more dependent clauses.
 compound-complex sentence: has two or more independent clauses + one or more
dependent clauses.
 declarative sentence: makes a statement and ends in a period.
 interrogative sentence: asks a question and ends in a question mark.
 imperative sentence: gives a command and ends in a period.
 exclamatory sentence: expresses strong feelings and ends in an exclamation point.
Reflection:
Use the reflection space to explain the rules that you learned and applied to the sentence.
I learned…
6th Grade DGP –– Sentence 3
DAY 4 --- Punctuation and Capitalization
Attempt:
i rode my old yellow bike
Corrections:
i rode my old yellow bike
Day 4 Word Bank & Notes:
 A capital letter (1) is used to begin a sentence/question.
 A period (1) is used to complete a statement.
 A comma (1) is used to separate items in a series (rule #8).
Day 4 Reflection:
Use the reflection space to explain the rules that you learned and applied to the sentence.
I learned…
6th Grade DGP –– Sentence 3
DAY 5 --- Sentence Diagramming
i rode my old yellow bike
Reflection:
Use the reflection space to explain the rules that you learned and applied to the sentence.
I learned…
6th Grade DGP –– Sentence 3