What is Missing? Complete Incomplete Sentences Worksheet

What is Missing? Complete Incomplete Sentences Worksheet

How to teach Complete Sentences

Using this What is Missing? Complete Incomplete Sentences Worksheet, students rewrite incomplete thoughts into complete sentences.

Teaching our students how to write in complete sentences is a life skill that will help them be successful in their future careers. Your students want to be able to share their ideas in a clear and effective way.

Read each sentence fragment. Next, write the part of the sentence that is missing: the subject, the predicate, or both. Then, rewrite the sentence to make it complete

 

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If you are using this worksheet, your students are most likely working on writing in complete sentences.

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Introduce this lesson by writing an example of an incomplete thought on the board like "is running". Have students try to tell you what is going on. Next, ask students to rewrite the sentence to complete the sentence to tell you who is running. Then, have students rewrite the sentences independently or with a partner. Finally, students practice writing in complete sentences.

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