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Diagramming Sentences 101by Teachers.netAges: 12+You must understand that diagramming sentences is strictly a means to understand the unlying structure of typical English sentences. Teaching diagramming for the sake of diagramming only upsets other English teachers. Encourage students to argue, show...Subjects: resources, grammar, writing, sentence structure, activities
Diagramming Sentencesby Capital Community College FoundationAges: 12+Many grammarians and English instructors who hold that analyzing a sentence and portraying its structure with a consistent visual scheme can be helpful -- both for language beginners and for those trying to make sense of the language at any level.Subjects: resources, types, sentence parts, writing, sentence structure
Dr. B's On-line Lessons & Resourcesby Carolyn O. BurlesonAges: 10 - 18Resources for integrating technology into the curriculum. Study guides and activities incorporate video and the technology of the Internet as tools to assist in the learning process.Subjects: language, diagramming, grammar, usage, writing, video, workshop
Diagramming Sentencesby Barbara J. FeldmanAges: 10+Diagramming sentences is such a fun way to learn about what makes a sentence tick. It's like solving a puzzle!" We introduce sentence diagramming with subjects and predicates, and only briefly touch on adding adjectives and adverbs into the mix.Subjects: composition, grammar, videos, writing, sentence structure
How do you diagram the sentence, "See Spot run"?by Cecil AdamsAges: 12+Educational conservatives sometimes say our problems would be over if we just taught kids to diagram sentences. Consider this simple sentence, which is found in that most basic of books: "See Spot run." How would you diagram this sentence?Subjects: objective infinitive, verb, sentence, transformational grammar
Grammar on the Webby Ted NellenAges: 10+One day the Nouns were clustered in the street. An Adjective walked by, with her dark beauty. The Nouns were struck, moved, changed. The next day a Verb drove up, and created the Sentence.Subjects: grammar, parts of a sentence, games, lessons, proper, errors
Linguistic humor, Diagramming sentencesby Gertrude Stein and Dave BarryAges: 12+First spread the sentence out on a clean, flat surface, such as an ironing board. Then locate the "predicate," which indicates where the action has taken place and is usually located directly behind the gills. For example, in the sentence...Subjects: grammar, parts of a sentence, proper, particles
Diagramming Latin Sentences - Part Iby Barbara F. McManusAges: 12+Diagramming is a technique for translating Latin sentences to their English equivalents. It is a sort of bridge to help you cross from one language to the other: on one side is a thought expressed according to correct Latin grammar and usage, and...Subjects: Latin, grammar, technique, translating, language, kernel