Sixth graders identify parts that make up different types of sentences with a grammar presentation. The last few slides prompt learners to complete 10 exercises in which they indicate whether each sentence is simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex.
- Encourage learners to write their answers on a separate sheet of paper before showing them the answers
- Best as an introduction to sentence types
- Answers to the exercises are included
- Graphics and format of slides may be confusing to some learners