Students will learn about adverbs and find and use examples in their writing. Students will describe their morning routine using adverbs in their writing.
How do adverbs change or enhance the meaning of sentences?
Other Instructional Materials or Notes:
Smartboard to display PowerPoint
notebooks for writing, construction paper, markers, crayons, or any other drawing/writing materials.
- ELA.3.C.4.1 Write and expand grammatically correct sentences (e.g., simple, compound, and complex) and paragraphs. When writing: a. capitalize nouns (organizations, monuments, and landmarks) and appropriate words in titles and dialogue; b. use periods to punctuate abbreviations and within quotation marks; c. use commas and quotation marks to indicate direct speech and quotations from a text; use commas to separate items in a series and phrases and clauses; d. use apostrophes to create contractions; e. distinguish between and use interrogative and demonstrative pronouns; f. distinguish between and use comparative and superlative adverbs; g. identify and use prepositional phrases; h. use frequently occurring nouns, verbs (regular and irregular), and simple verb tenses; i. explain the function of adjectives and adverbs in simple, compound, and complex sentences; j. distinguish between and use coordinating and subordinating conjunctions and independent and dependent clauses; k. identify and revise sentence fragments and run-on sentences; and l. consult print and multimedia sources to check and correct spelling
- ELA.2.C.4.1 Write and expand grammatically correct sentences (e.g., simple,compound, declarative, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory). When writing: a. capitalize proper nouns (holidays, product names, and geographic names); b. use periods to punctuate initials and titles of people; c. use commas in addresses, after greetings and closings (letters and emails), and inside quotation marks; d. use quotation marks to set off direct quotations and dialogue; e. use apostrophes to form possessives; f. identify and use nouns (abstract), verbs (linking), adjectives (articles, comparative, and superlative), adverbs, and conjunctions (coordinating and subordinating); g. identify and use a subject, predicate, and direct object in a sentence; and h. form and use compound sentences ELA.2.C.4.1 Refer to the Grammar and Conventions Matrix Support Document for insight.