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Mentor Sentences

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Michelle Powell

on 19 August 2014

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Transcript of Mentor Sentences

Monday--Invitation to Notice
You are invited to notice all off the things about what makes this sentence a good mentor sentence! It could be use of exciting words, descriptions, figurative language, vivid verbs, grammar usage and much more! There is not limit to what you might find!
Tuesday--Invitation to Notice Parts of Speech
Write the mentor sentence in your notebook
exactly
as it is written, skipping lines in between. You are invited to find and label all of the parts of speech you find in the mentor sentence,
Wednesday--Invitation to Revise
Your job today is to revise the sentence to make it even more descriptive and exciting. Rewrite the sentence and try adding or changing adjectives, specific nouns, and vivid verbs. Stretch it out to make your new sentence a brand new mentor sentence!
Thursday--Invitation to Imitate
Today, you are invited to imitate the mentor sentence. Use the structure of the sentence to create a brand new mentor sentence that no one has ever seen before. Try to use the style and order used. Use the author's style, but with you own words!
GOAL!
Mentor Sentences
Well written sentences that show off an author's craft from books we are reading in the classroom.
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