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Introduction to 9-12 Grammar Cards
Thank you for purchasing the 9-12 grammar cards. We believe that the value of
sentence analysis is the improvement of students’ writing. The structure goes as
follows:
Introduction to Sentence by Purpose
Introduction to Sentence by Structure
Nouns
Adjectives
Verbs
Adverbs
Prepositions
Pronouns
Conjunctions
Each grammar set has at least 10 cards for each of the three levels in an Upper
Elementary classroom. We recommend that a part of speech be introduced each
month, and the children work on that strand during that month. Strike the
imagination lessons are usually done with the Ruth Heller series on grammar.
These are excellent references as well as introductory pieces.
Other resources include:
Scholastic’s Guides : Checking Your Grammar
Verbs, Verbs, Verbs
Nitty-Gritty Grammar
English Simplified by Harper and Row
Little, Brown
Painless Grammar Rebecca Elliot, Ph.D.
Barron’s
A First Book of Sentence Diagramming Eugene R. Moutoux
Please note that there is no “checking key” for these cards. While we agree that
working with these concepts initially may be challenging, we believe that the
value of the work in an Upper Elementary classroom is the discussion and the
ambiguity, not the “correctness” of the analysis. There are many references that
will assist you in your work with the children. Eventually, as with all tasks, the
children will surpass you. They are learning the concepts over a three year
period and will become quite proficient. The biggest challenge will be the verb
task cards. Take heart! This, too, will come!
Name ___________________
Date ___________________
Sentence Analysis
Part of Speech ______________Level ______Card # _____Task _______________________
Sentence ________________________________________________________
Question
Answer
Sentence Element
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Draw the sentence diagram.
Sentence by purpose __________________ Sentence by structure _____________________
Punctuation rules _____________________________________________________________
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Capitalization rules____________________________________________________________
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Noun
Adjective
Concrete
Descriptive
Verb
Tr.
Adverb
Limiting
Intr.
Degree
Mood
Proper
Voice
Manner
Preposition
Pronoun
Abstract
Case
Conjunction
Common
Possessive
Tense
Article
Time
Time
Relative
Coordinate
Collective
Interrogative
Person
Direction
Indefinite
Interrogative
Correlative
Singular
Demonstrative
Number
Degree
Location
Demonstrative
Proper
Plural
Numerical
Indefinite
Part. / Gerund/ Inf.
Place
Cause
Relationship
Reflexive
Adverbial
Linking
Time
Personal
Intensive
Subordinate