Are your students confused about the parts of the sentence? If you need an easy tool to help your student understand sentence construction, this flow chart is key.
It’s so easy to use and guides your students through a step-by-step flow chart that they can use repeatedly.
This analysis flow chart will give them the tools they need to systematically analyze the parts of a sentence.
Including subjects, predicates, direct and indirect objects, predicate nominatives, and predicate adjectives.
Use this flowchart and supporting material to provide support as students learn new skills in grammar. Includes a review of prepositions and linking verbs.
Reasons to ♥ this resource:
♥ ready to use — print and teach
♥ students have a tool that really helps them analyze sentences
♥ logical and consistent
♥ as students understand sentence construction, they can intentionally revise their own
♥ built-in summative assessment
This resource includes:
* sentence analysis flowchart
* common preposition bookmark
* how to determine linking verbs bookmark
* four practice pages (applying the flowchart)
* student answer charts (easy grading!)
* summative assessment
* teacher recording chart to monitor progress
* suggestions for use
* complete answer keys
This resource works best when your students are familiar with grammar basics. It is a great way to guide your instruction — use the flowchart for your lessons!
Make teaching the parts of the sentence easy with this flow chart — you’ll use it year after year!
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