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  SENTENCE FLUENCY LESSON IDEAS

The following are ideas or links to ideas for lessons that cover the trait of Sentence Fluency. For the items that are links to ideas that are not mine, I have given credit to the website.

General Ideas and Mini-Lessons Sentence Variety
Sentence Structures Sample Unit Plan
Sentence Beginnings  

 

General Ideas and Mini-Lessons

 
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Sentence Fluency Read-Aloud Checklist 

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Grammar Skills Necessary for Sentence Fluency

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Writing Activities -- nine lessons that will encourage good sentence fluency -- found at Outta Ray's Head

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Successful Paragraphs -- an activity that requires students to use different sentence beginnings -- found at The Organization For Community Networks Academy Curriculum Exchange

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Lesson Plans: Sentence Fluency -- found at Kent School District

Sentence Structures

 
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Teaching Sentence Structures as Family Units

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Complex Sentences Made Easy -- lesson plan and reproducible found at Teacher Created Materials

Sentence Beginnings

 
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Sentence Beginnings

Sentence Variety

 
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Sentence Variety Check

 

 

 

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