I Can differentiate between Homophones, Homographs, & Homonyms. And, properly use each in a grade level sentence.
HOMOPHONES are words that:
Have different meanings
Have Different spellings
EXAMPLE: Son (male child)
Sun(star in our solar system)
HOMONYMS are words that:
Have same/different spellings
EXAMPLE:Write(to put on paper)
Right(the correct answer)
HOMOGRAPHS are words that:
Sound same/ different
Sentence Structure is the way that sentences are formed All sentence must have CPC, which is Capitalization, Punctuation, and Coherency. CPC is our I Can statement for PDSA II. There are 4 main types of sentence:
--Simple:A sentence that has a verb and a subject.
**The dog ran.
--Compound:Two sentences joined together with a comma.
**This soup is too hot,and that soup is too cold.
--Complex:Two sentences put together where one can stand alone and the other one can't
**Even though Evan was thoroughly trained, he still makes a lot of mistakes.
--Compound-Complex:A sentence with two sentence fragments and one stand alone sentence.
**The lightning flashed, and the rain fell as he entered the house.
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