Study Unit 4, Revised: Run-On Sentences, Comma Splices and Fragments
In this language arts learning exercise, students read 20 sentences and look for errors. Students write R if the sentence is run-on, CS if there is a comma splice, F for a sentence fragment and C for a correct sentence.
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Fixing Comma Splices and Run-Ons Worksheet
Approach run-on sentences, comma splices, and sentence fragments with humor. The worksheet is made up of two exercises, which are, in turn, each made up of a series of somewhat silly sentences that need punctuation help. For the first...
6th - 10th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Fused Sentences (Run-on Sentences)
Run-on sentences can be annoying to read, and are a tough habit to break in writing! Fix this problem in your language arts class with this straightforward grammar worksheet. Pupils rewrite fourteen sentences to split run-on sentences...
7th - 9th English Language Arts
Active Reading and Study
The difference between an active reader and a passive reader has to do with the ways they access the same material. Review study skills and note-taking techniques with a video about active reading, which includes tips for using...
5 mins 4th - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Avoiding Run-on Sentences, Comma Splices, and Fragments
Punctuation, when peppered correctly through the recipe that is your writing, provides the necessary pauses for your readers. Avoid comma splices and run-on sentences. Simple examples show what each consists of, and the purpose of...
7th - 12th English Language Arts