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Sentence Fragments and Run-ons


This short unit is designed to instruct students on how to identify fragments and run-ons in writing. It will also give them multiple tools to fix sentence fragments and run-ons. The final assessment is a tiered assessment. It will ask students to define various terminology (fragment, run-on, simple, compound, complex, compound-complex sentences) in the first tier, identify fragments and run-ons in the second tier, and fix the fragments and run-ons in the final tier. 

Learning Targets: 
I can identify sentence fragments and run-ons.
I can correct and/or avoid sentence fragments and run-ons in my writing.
File Fragments and Run ons Unit Plan.docx92.77 KB
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Common Core Language Arts