Middle School
English Language Arts

Fragments and Sentences Unit

Unfortunately, many students today get lost when trying to identify the differences between complete sentences and sentence fragments. This collection will help students locate those differences. It is a complete unit on complete sentences and fragments and includes links to a video, daily grammar warmups, graphic organizers, notes, and a quiz.
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Fragments and Sentences Unit
  • Travis Phelps says:
    This is a link to a Google folder that includes grammar warmups and a grammar quiz. Having all these resources in one location makes it convenient for teachers, as they can find everything in one spot and keep materials organized.
  • Travis Phelps says:
    This is a video outlining the differences between complete sentences and fragments. Although this topic sometimes confuses students, this video helps make make understanding crystal clear. If students need extra help, they are able to back up and watch parts of this video again.
  • Travis Phelps says:
    These are notes that explain to students how to determine if a phrase is a sentence or a fragment. These notes are a great reference for teachers and students alike.
  • Travis Phelps says:
    This is a graphic organizer that helps students organize their thoughts about which form of the verbs to use in each case. This is a research-supported strategy to help students organize their thinking, and its use will help your students learn these valuable skills.
  • Travis Phelps says:
    This is a video about why grammar is important. Your students might ask, "Why do we have to learn this?" This video will help make the case for why it is essential that they learn the grammar rules and conventions of the English language.
  • Travis Phelps says:
    This is a graphic organizer that helps students organize their thoughts about which form of the verbs to use in each case. This is a research-supported strategy to help students organize their thinking, and its use will help your students learn these valuable skills.