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Sentences With The Simpsons and Psy

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Sentences With The Simpsons and Psy
Today we will learn how to write in a variety of sentence types.
Because you are all so wonderful, I have invited the cast from the Simpson's to join us today.
You will need to take notes in your guide book as we go along.
After the Simpsons are finished, we will have a very special performance by Psy.
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On your white board let’s practice the different kinds of sentences.

Lisa will have to live with her parents until she goes to college.
Homer will have to mow the lawn when the grass turns green.
There will be a huge celebration when Bart passes third grade.

Examples of Complex Sentence
Marge + Homer. (NO COMMA)

or

COMPLEX SENTENCE

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INDEPENDENT CLAUSE

+

DEPENDENTCLAUSE,

COMPLEX SENTENCE

DEPENDENT CLAUSE

Until Lisa goes to college, she will have to live with her parents.
When the grass turns green, Homer will have to mow the lawn.
After Bart passes third grade, there will be a huge celebration.

Examples of Complex Sentence
AAAWWUBBIS + Homer, + Marge.

Simple Sentence

The First Type of Sentence…

Homer is messed up when he is on his own. Without Marge by his side, things go wrong. He is DEPENDENT
on Marge and cannot survive without her.

Dependent Clauses (Homer)

Marge is an independent woman. She can survive on her own.

Independent Clause --- Marge

The Simpsons Teach Sentences

Simple Sentences (Marge)
Compound Sentences (Marge, + FANBOYS +Marge)
Complex Sentences (Homer, + Marge OR Marge + Homer)

Let’s Review the Three Types of Sentences One More Time!

Simple Sentences (Marge)
Compound Sentences (Marge, + FANBOYS +Marge)
Complex Sentences (Homer, + Marge OR Marge + Homer)

Let’s Review the Three Types of Sentences!

NO COMMA

INDEPENDENT CLAUSE

Complex Sentence

The Third Type of Sentence…

A dependent clause (Homer) must have an independent clause (Marge) by it to be a complete sentence.

A Rule To Know!

Compound Sentence

The Second Type of Sentence…

Marge walks to the lake.
Homer sleeps too much.
Bart is cool.
Lisa will want to get a dog.
The last “normal” person on earth is Ned.

Simple Sentences (Marge)
Subject + Verb

After
Although
As
When
While
Until
Because
Before
If
Since

Common Dependent Clause “AAAWWUBBIS”

Dependent clauses also begin
with signal
words. We will call these “AAAWWUBBIS” words because they signal the beginning of a Homer clause.

“AAAWWUBBIS” are also known as subordinating conjunctions.

The “AAAWWUBBIS” Words

Until the next time I see him

When I ran to the yellow house
Although I want to get an A in math

Examples of Dependent (Homer) Clauses

Just like Homer, a dependent clause cannot survive by itself. It does not express a complete thought.
IT IS NOT A SENTENCE.

Dependent (Homer) Clauses

Subject + Verb
Bart does not like to go to school.
Lisa loves the saxophone.
Homer does not work hard at the power plant.

Examples of Independent (Marge) Clauses

Just like Marge, an independent clause can survive on its own.
It is a complete sentence which expresses a complete thought.
Subject + Verb
Who or what did it? AND
What did they do?

Independent (Marge) Clause

Kennedy Middle School students are ranked #1 in my book.

What kind of sentence is this and how do you know?

I hope to go to the mall on Saturday, but I’m not sure if I can.
What kind of sentence is this and how do you know?
This is a _simple/compound/complex_ sentence because it has a/n _dependent/independent clause + a comma + a conjunction + a/n _dependent/independent clause.

(Hint: AAAWWUBBIS)

I hope to go to the mall on Saturday, but I’m not sure if I can.

What kind of sentence is this and how do you know?

Although I cannot swim, the beach is a glorious vacation spot.
What kind of sentence is this and how do you know?
This is a _simple/compound/complex_ sentence because it has a/n _dependent/independent clause + a comma + a/n _dependent/independent clause.
a verb .

(Hint: AAAWWUBBIS)

Although I cannot swim, the beach is a glorious vacation spot.
What kind of sentence is this and how do you know?

Kennedy Middle School students are ranked #1 in my book.
What kind of sentence is this and how do you know?
This is a _simple/compound/complex_ sentence because it has a/n _dependent/independent clause +
a verb .
Hint: Think MARGE!

Mrs. Sanchez is quite a strange teacher, but Mr. Duenas is even stranger.
What kind of sentence is this and how do you know?
This is a _simple/compound/complex_ sentence because it has a/n _dependent/independent clause + a/an conjunction + a/an dependent/independent clause.

Mrs. Sanchez is quite a strange teacher, but Mr. Duenas is even stranger.

What kind of sentence is this and how do you know?

,

For
And
Nor
But
Or
Yet
So



Bart hates school, so he makes fun of the teachers.

Compound Sentence
(Marge + , f.a.n.b.o.y.s + Marge)
Sentence, f.a.n.b.o.y.s Sentence.

NO comma!

Notice the comma!

Marge (I.C.) + Homer (D.C.)
Homer was a nobody until he met Marge.

Homer(D.C.), + Marge (I.C.)

Until Homer met
Marge, he was a
nobody.

Complex Sentences

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or

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On your white board let’s practice the different kinds of sentences.

DEPENDENT CLAUSE

+

Until
Lisa goes to college
, she will
have to live with her parents.

When
the grass turns green
, Homer
will have to mow the lawn.

After
Bart passes third grade
, there
will be a huge celebration.

Examples of Complex Sentence
AAAWWUBBIS + Homer, + Marge.

INDEPENDENT CLAUSE

+

DEPENDENT CLAUSE,

The Simpsons Teach Sentences

Lisa will have to live with her parents
until
she goes to college.

Homer will have to mow the lawn
when
the grass turns green.

There will be a huge celebration
when
Bart passes third grade.

Examples of Complex Sentence
Marge + Homer. (NO COMMA)

COMPLEX SENTENCE

COMPLEX SENTENCE

After
Although
As
When
While
Until
Because
Before
If
Since

Common Dependent Clause “AAAWWUBBIS”

Until the next time I see him

When I ran to the yellow house

Although I want to get an A in math




Those are not complete thoughts
(help, they need MARGE!)

Examples of Dependent (Homer) Clauses

Subject + Verb

Bart does not like to go to school.

Lisa loves the saxophone.

Homer does not work hard at
the power plant.

Examples of Independent (Marge) Clauses

Simple Sentences (Marge)
Compound Sentences (Marge, + FANBOYS +Marge)
Complex Sentences (Homer, + Marge OR Marge + Homer)

Let’s Review the Three Types of Sentences One More Time!

Simple Sentences (Marge)

Compound Sentences
(Marge, + FANBOYS +Marge)

Complex Sentences
(Homer, + Marge OR Marge + Homer)

Let’s Review the Three Types of Sentences!

NO COMMA

INDEPENDENT CLAUSE

Complex
Sentence


The Third Type of Sentence…

A dependent clause (Homer) must have an independent clause (Marge) by it to be a complete sentence.

A Rule To Know!

Compound
Sentence

The Second Type of Sentence...

Marge walks to the lake.

Homer sleeps too much.

Bart is cool.

Lisa will want to get a dog.

The last “normal” person on
Earth is Ned.


Simple Sentences (Marge)
Subject + Verb

Simple Sentence

The First Type of Sentence…

Dependent clauses also begin with signal
words. We will call these “AAAWWUBBIS”
words because they signal the beginning
of an independent (Homer) clause.


PSSSST: “AAAWWUBBIS” are also
known as subordinating conjunctions in
Teacher World!

The “AAAWWUBBIS” Words

Just like Homer, a dependent clause cannot
survive by itself.


It does not express a complete
thought.



IT IS NOT A SENTENCE.

Dependent (Homer) Clauses

Homer is messed up when he is on his own.

Without Marge by his side, things go wrong.

He is DEPENDENT on Marge and

cannot survive without her.

Dependent Clauses (Homer)

Just like Marge, an independent clause can
survive on its own.
It is a complete sentence which expresses a complete thought.

Subject + Verb

Who or what did it?

AND

What did they do?

Independent (Marge) Clause

Marge is an independent woman.
She can survive on her own.

Independent Clause --- Marge

I hope to go to the mall on Saturday, but I’m not sure if I can.
What kind of sentence is this and how do you know?
This is a _simple/compound/complex_ sentence because it has a/n _dependent/independent clause + a comma + a conjunction + a/n _dependent/independent clause.

(Hint: AAAWWUBBIS)

Although I cannot swim, the
beach is a glorious vacation
spot.



What kind of sentence is this and
how do you know?

Kennedy Middle School
students are ranked #1 in my
book.

What kind of sentence is
this and how do you know?

I hope to go to the mall on
Saturday, but I’m not sure if
I can.




What kind of sentence is this and
how do you know?

Although I cannot swim, the beach is a glorious vacation spot.
What kind of sentence is this and how do you know?
This is a _simple/compound/complex_ sentence because it has a/n _dependent/independent clause + a comma + a/n _dependent/independent clause.
a verb .

(Hint: AAAWWUBBIS)

Kennedy Middle School students
are ranked #1 in my book.

What kind of sentence is this and
how do you know?

This is a _simple/compound/complex_
sentence because it has a/n _dependent/independent clause +
a verb .

Hint: Think MARGE!

Mrs. Sanchez is quite a strange teacher, but Mr. Duenas is even stranger.
What kind of sentence is this and how do you know?
This is a _simple/compound/complex_ sentence because it has a/n _dependent/independent clause + a/an conjunction + a/an dependent/independent clause.

Mrs. Sanchez is quite a
strange teacher, but Mr.
Duenas is even stranger.

What kind of sentence is
this and how do you know?

,

For
And
Nor
But
Or
Yet
So



Bart hates school, so he makes fun of the teachers.

Compound Sentence
(Marge + , f.a.n.b.o.y.s + Marge)
Sentence, f.a.n.b.o.y.s Sentence.

NO comma!

Notice the comma!

Marge (I.C.) + Homer (D.C.)

Homer was a nobody until
he met Marge.

Homer(D.C.), + Marge (I.C.)

Until Homer met
Marge, he was a
nobody.

Complex Sentences

I hope to go to the mall on Saturday, but
I'm not sure I can go.


What kind of sentence and how do
you know?

Hint: I see an AAAWWUBBIS word!
Mrs. Sanchez is quite a strange
teacher, but Mr. Duenas is even
stranger.

What kind of sentence? How do
you know?

Simple/Compound/Complex
because there is a ____, a
________, and___________.
Although I cannot swim, the beach is a
glorious vacation spot.

This is a _________ sentence. It has
the word ________ at the beginning,
which is a coordinating conjunction.
It has a dependent and independent
clause.
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