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Produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons.

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Ages: 8 - 13
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"No Fragments!" Song- Subjects and Predicates
From YouTube, produced by TheGrammarHeads
This Grammarheads rock video teaches about subjects, predicates, and fragments. This is a great resource to help introduce and/or review sentence structure in the classroom. (3:22)
Found by porter1526 in L.4.1f
May 17, 2012 at 09:39 PM
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Ages: 18 - 18
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Fourth-Grade Games & Activities on Sentences & Sentence Fragments
From ehow.com, produced by eHow.com
In this video, a teacher explains some games and activities for helping students with complete sentences and fragments.  (03:01)
September 10, 2012 at 03:44 PM
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Ages: 6 - 12
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Writing Complete Sentences - Aliens Zapping Run-ons
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This fun educational video shows aliens in spaceships outlining runon sentences and how to fix them. Kids can quickly learn how to write complete sentences while watching an entertaining animation of friendly alien teachers.  (10:40)
August 23, 2012 at 12:55 PM
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Ages: 10 - 15
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Grammar Vids for Kids: Sentence Fragments
From YouTube, produced by InkwellMedia
What is a sentence fragment? Einstein explains the difference between an incomplete and a complete sentence. Some of the key vocabulary words include subject, verb, predicate, subordinate conjunctions, and dependent clause. This is a great resource t... [more]
Found by porter1526 in L.4.1f
May 17, 2012 at 08:10 PM
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Ages: 8 - 18
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The Sentence Fragments Song
From YouTube
This clip was made as a grammar project for English class. It is a very creative song about sentence fragments.  The lyrics in the song say that sentence fragments being an dependent clause that doesn't have a subject or a verb for its cause.  Guitar... [more]
Found by grazianione in L.4.1f
February 7, 2010 at 11:08 AM
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Ages: 9 - 18
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Comma Splice, Sentence Fragment, and Run-on Sentences Slide Show
From YouTube, produced by Tanner Maclean
Musical slide show that discusses comma spice, sentence fragments, and run on sentences.  Definitions and examples are give for each. (02:18)
Found by grazianione in L.4.1f
February 7, 2010 at 11:35 AM
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Ages: 9 - 18
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How to Make Sentence Fragments Into Complete Thoughts
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A musical clip about sentence fragments.  Scrolling text on the screen shows examples of sentence fragments and asks the viewer if they are complete sentences.  Segment fragments is defined and the examples are edited to make them complete thoughts. ... [more]
Found by grazianione in L.4.1f
February 7, 2010 at 11:13 AM
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Ages: 8 - 14
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Identifying Run-On Sentences
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This video explains how to identify run-on sentences.  A definition of run on sentences and an example of a run-on sentence are parts of the lesson.
Found by CKR11 in L.4.1f
October 7, 2009 at 10:02 PM
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Ages: 9 - 18
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Comma Splice or Run-on Sentences
From YouTube, produced by eHow
This video explains what a comma splice is and how to correct a sentence that contains a comma splice. Run-on sentences can be fixed by using coordinating conjunctions. Teacher models examples while standing at her whiteboard. (1:09)
Found by jskidmore in L.4.1f
July 12, 2009 at 07:26 PM
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Ages: 12 - 18
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How to Edit Your Writing : What Are Run-ons and Sentence Fragments?
From YouTube, produced by ExpertVillage
Lecture style video teaching about run-ons and sentence fragments. Examples of run-ons and fragments are shared.  (1:34)
Found by tinag1974 in L.4.1f
August 13, 2009 at 09:44 AM
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