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Smith Martha Stage3

Smith Martha Stage3

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Marti Smith
FRIT 7340-Instructional DesignStage 3-Understanding by DesignFALL 2010
Title of UnitTime PeriodVerbComplements2 weeksGradeLevel
Sixth Grade
The student demonstrates understanding and control of the rules of the English language, realizing that usage involves the appropriate applicationof conventions and grammar in both written and spoken formats. The student
a. Identifies and uses the eight basic parts of speech and demonstrates that wordscan be different parts of speech within a sentence.iv. Identifies and uses verbs – action (transitive/intransitive), linking, andstate-of-being.v. Identifies and uses verb phrases – main verbs and helping verbs. b. Recognizes basic parts of a sentence (subject, verb, direct object, indirect object, predicate noun, predicate adjective).
ELA6R1 The student demonstrates comprehension and shows evidence of a warranted andresponsible explanation of a variety of literary and informational texts.
For literary texts, the student identifies the characteristics of various genres and produces evidence of reading that:
a.Identifies and analyzes sensory details and figurative language.
ELA6W2 The student demonstrates competence in a variety of genres.
c. Includes sensory details and concrete language to develop plot, setting, andcharacter (e.g., vivid verbs, descriptive adjectives).d. Uses a range of strategies (e.g.,figurative language).The student produces technical writing (friendly letters, thank-you notes,formula poems, instructions) that:a. Creates or follows an organizing structure appropriate to purpose, audience,and context.
Students will understand:
How to locate a complement within a passage of an essay.
 The function of each complement within a sentence.
How to compose a sentence correctly using complements.
Predicate nouns and predicate adjectives follow linking verbs.
Direct objects follow transitive verbs.
Intransitive verbs do not have indirect objects or direct objects.
Predicate nouns are used to rename the subject of a sentence.
Predicate adjectives are used to describe the subject of asentence.
Direct objects receive the action of the verb.
 You cannot have an indirect object without a direct object.
Indirect objects always precede their direct objects.
Direct objects, predicate nouns, and indirect objects can be nounsor pronouns
Predicate Adjectives are adjectives.
Indirect objects receive the direct object from the subject.
Essential Questions:Overarching Questions:
How does one identify adirect object from a predicatenoun?
What is the importance of using direct objects, indirectobjects, predicate nouns, andpredicate adjectives whenwriting an essay or poem?
How does using acomplement change the
Topical Questions:
What type of verbprecedes a direct object?
What is the function of apredicate adjective?
What is the purpose of using a predicate noun ina sentence?
Which comes first in asentence: a direct object

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