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  • *Preparing for tutoring*
  • A complete sentence is when you have one complete thought, begin with a capital letter, end with punctuation, and include a subject and a predicate.
  • Can you tell me what a complete sentence is?  
  • No.
  • I don't understand.
  • I wonder how I could help her understand better.  Maybe she is a visual learner.  I could model it for her and create a poster for her to refer to.
  • Let's do some practice!
  • Okay, I have a poster here to help you understand what I was trying to explain yesterday.  Does this make more sense?
  • Is it a sentence? ----- ------ ----
  • Yes!
  • I have some short sentences on these notecards I want you to tell me if they are considered a complete sentence or not.
  • This is not a sentence because it has a subject but doesn't have a predicate.  We don't know what the subject is doing.
  • Let's practice what we have learned! Let's write some things we learned in Fly Guy.
  • I'm proud of you! I can tell you understand complete sentences much better now!
  • Oh I forgot to capitalize the first letter in my sentence!
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