Visit the Purdue OWL (owl.purdue.edu) and find materials to learn about and summarize what makes a good solid sentence.
In-class Exercise 1.7: Sentences
In your Literacy Journal, write notes for each heading. Then consolidate these into a summary.
Qualities of a Complete Sentence
When to Use Commas
Define a sentence fragment
Compare and contrast Run-ons & Comma Splices
Unit 1 Review
In complete sentences and paragraphs, answer the following questions to review what you’ve learned in Unit 1 of this textbook.
- Identify the Topic of Unit 1.
- Identify and define Key Words/Terms from Unit 1.
- Identify and explain the Main Ideas from Unit 1.
- Visit the Course Resources section at the back of this book and learn how to write Sentence Summaries. Then, write a sentence summary for Unit 1. (Note: the information you’ve provided in questions 1-3 will help you to compose a condensed Sentence Summary of Unit 1).