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  • Good morning!Bell Work: 11/18/14Thus far in the novel, what commandments have been broken? Explain your answer.

    Today we will:1. watch the morning show2. complete bell work3. take notes on participial phrasesRead chapter 8 in Animal Farm

  • The Participle and the Participial Phrase

  • What is a Participle?Looks like a verb a verby looking wordEnds in ing or ed (some irregularly formedknown)Behaves as an adjective in the sentenceModifies nouns and pronouns

  • What Does a Participle Look Like?EX: Leaping the fence, the cat surprised me. Leaping looks like a verb, but it really describes the cat. Surprised is the verb.

    EX: Defeated teams should congratulate the winners. Defeated looks like a verb, but it is an adjective that describes teams.

  • Your Turn To Identify Participles-A peeled and sliced cucumber needs to be added to the salad.

    Look for ing and ed wordsDecide if the words act as adjectives or verbsThose acting as adjectives are participles

  • Your Turn To Identify Participles-A peeled and sliced cucumber needs to be added to the salad.Peeled describes cucumberadjective, thus a participleSliced describes cucumberadjective, thus a participleNeeds is the action of the sentenceverb

  • What is a Participial Phrase?

    It begins with the participle (-ing or ed word acting as an adjective) and also contains other related wordsprepositional phrase, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs

  • What Does a Participial Phrase Look Like?Outwitting the hounds, the raccoons easily escaped.Outwitting is the participledescribes raccoonsThe hounds relates to outwittingtells what was outwittedOutwitting the hounds is the participial phraseIt tells more information about the raccoons

  • What Does a Participial Phrase Look Like?

    I saw her fishing contentedly.Fishing is the participledescribes herContentedly is related to fishingdescribes how she was fishingFishing contentedly is the participle phrase

  • Your Turn To Identify Participial Phrases-Tackled on the one-yard line, Sam fumbled the ball.

    Look for ing and ed wordsDecide if the words act as adjectives or verbsThose acting as adjectives are participles and begin the participial phraseIdentify the related words which make up the phrase

  • Your Turn To Identify Participial Phrases-Tackled on the one-yard line, Sam fumbled the ball.

    Tackled describes what happened to Samadjective, thus participleOn the one-yard line is related to tackled tells where Sam was tackledFumbled tells what Sam didverb

  • Participial Phrases and Commas-

    Sentences which begin with a participial phrase always have a comma at the end of the participial phraseWildly cheering for the team, we celebrated the victory.

  • What Are You Expected To Do With Participial Phrases?Be able to locate and identify participial phrases in sentences

    Be able to use participial phrases in your own writing to modify and enhance your thoughts, along with adding variety to your sentence beginnings

  • So, Whats a dangling participle?A dangling participle does not describe the subject of the sentence. For example:DANGLING: Thrown into the air, the dog chased after the stick.CORRECT: Thrown into the air, the stick flew away from the dog.As the first sentence is written, it says that the dog, not the stick, was thrown into the air. Since the phrase does not describe the subject it is a dangling participial phrase.

  • More ExamplesDANGLING: Driving home in the storm, a branch nearly fell on my car.CORRECT: Driving home in the storm, I watched as a branch nearly fell on my car.DANGLING: Watching the play, the actors enthralled the audience.CORRECT: Watching the play, the audience was enthralled by the actors.

  • FIND THE PARTICIPIAL PHRASES IN THESE CORRECT SENTENCES.Flying from flower to flower, the bee made its way through the field.Shown in theatres everywhere, the movie set a new box office record.Painting a picture, the artist lost track of time.Left home alone by his parents, Johnny stayed up later than usual.

  • FIGURE OUT HOW TO CORRECT THESE SENTENCES WITH DANGLING PARTICIPIAL PHRASESSurrounded by Secret Service, the crowd could barely see the President.Walking along the beach, the waves crashed at my feet.Catching the ball, the last out caused a celebration.Dropped from the table, the chair stopped the fork from hitting the floor.

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