A series of useful links from the Grammar Bytes site to fragments of sentences, including “Understanding subordinate conjunctions and subordinate/dependent clauses” and an “overview of sentence types.” Students can also perform a series of self-assessment exercises to see how successful they have been in identifying and correcting sentence fragments. These exercises were created with Hot Potatoes software. To view the flyers, you need to have Adobe Reader on your computer. . Click here to find the handout for Activity I: Lesson.Agreement.Pronoun.Antecedent Answer Key English Skills Activity 2 Pronoun Agreement. To view the flyers, you need to have Adobe Reader on your computer. This website, “Sentence Fragments,” from Capital Community College, begins with an overview of sentence fragments and possible causes of sentence fragments and follows this material with two interactive quiz questions. The first quiz invites students to correct passages with fragments of sentences, and then compare their corrections with a sample provided by the site. The second is a multiple-choice questionnaire, in which students are asked to identify fragments and run-on phrases. . _______________________________________________________________ .
. . . Click here to download or watch Activity II: Adjustment of the Exercise Agreement (PDF file). . Click here to download or view the “Activity I” worksheet as a PDF.