Grade-Level ToC July 7, 2013
Vincent van Gogh's
(1853-1890)
The Postman 
Joseph Roulin
1888, 
Museum of Fine Arts,
Boston
Carol Gerten's Fine Art
KISS Grammar 
Fifth Grade
Level 3.2

Grade 5, Level 1 - 3.1
Grade 5, Statistical Stylistics
Grade 5, Assessment

Contents for Grade Five
L 3. 2. Clauses - Advanced Questions
L3.2.1 Ellipsis in Clauses
L3.2.2 "So" and "For" as Conjunctions
L3.2.3 Sub Clauses - DO or Inj?
L3.2.4 Advanced Questions
Four Level 5 Constructions
L5.4 Appositives
L5.5 Post-Positioned Adjectives
L5.6 Delayed Subjects
L5.7 Passive Voice & Ret. Comp
KISS Level 3.2 - PA

KISS Level 3. 2. Advanced Questions about Clauses
 
KISS Level 3. 2. 1 - Ellipsis in Clauses
1a
Instructional Material: An Introduction to Ellipsis
Ellipsis in S/V/C Patterns Prozeugma: Ellipsis in S/V/C Patterns
From Robin Hood AK ToC
1b
Ellipsis in S/V/C  AK ToC
2
Ellipsis in Subordinate Clauses Instructional Material
Ellipsis in Subordinate Clauses AK ToC
3
Semi-Reduced Clauses Instructional Material
Semi-Reduced Clauses AK ToC
4 Semi-Reducing Clauses
Semi-Reducing Clauses AK ToC
5 Comparisons - Prepositional Phrase or Ellipsed Clause?
"As" - “How Flax Was Given to Men” Text AK ToC
"Than" - “How Flax Was Given to Men” Text AK ToC
6 A Passage for Analysis
Ellipsis - "Young and Old," by Charles Kingsley AK ToC
KISS Level 3. 2. 2
- "So" and "For" as Conjunctions
1a
Instructional Material
Ex # 1 from "Little Thumbkins' Good Deed," by Johnny Gruelle Text AK ToC
1b
"So" and "For," Ex # 2 from "Little Thumbkins' Good Deed" " AK "
KISS Level 3.2.3 - Subordinate Clauses
- Direct Object or Interjection?
1 Main Clause or Subordinate?
Main Clause or Subordinate? AK ToC
2
Subordinate Clauses as Interjections Instructional Material
Oliver Herford 's "The Snail's Dream" AK
3a
Interjection or Direct Object? Instructional Material
DO or Inj? AK ToC
3b
From Lang's "Thumbelina" Text AK ToC
4a Punctuation - Subordinate Clauses as Interjections
* "How the Camel Got His Hump" (Kipling) Original AK ToC
4b
* From Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Original AK ToC
5 A Passage for Analysis
AK ToC
6      Treasure Hunt (and/or Recipe Roster): Find and bring to class (and/or write) a sentence that can be described as having a subordinate clause that functions as an interjection.
     Creating an Exercise: In a story or book that you like, find three sentences that can be described as having subordinate clause that function as interjections. For your classmates, make an exercise with them; for your teacher, make an analysis key. (Remember that your teacher may use your exercise in future years.)
KISS Level 3.2.4 - Advanced  Questions about Clauses
1a
Tag Questions Instructional Material
* From Agatha Christie's Postern of Fate (#1) AK ToC
1b
From The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett AK ToC
2a
The Witch in "Which" (and "Who") Instructional Material
From Vredenburg's My Favorite Fairy Tales AK ToC
2b
"Which" AK ToC
Four Level 5 Constructions:
Level 5.4 Appositives
1a
Simple Appositives Instructional Material
"The Birds of Killingworth," adapted from Longfellow Text AK ToC
1b
From the Writing of 5th Graders AK ToC
2a Elaborated Appositives
#2 From The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett AK ToC
2b
Elaborated Appositives AK ToC
3
* Writing - Elaborating Appositives with a Subordinate Clause AK ToC
4 The Punctuation of Appositives
The Punctuation of Appositives AK ToC
5 Rewriting:  MC to SC to Appositive
Rewriting:  MC to SC to Appositive AK ToC
6a
Other Constructions as Appositives Instructional Material
Other Constructions as Appositives AK ToC
6b
Other Constructions as Appositives AK ToC
7 A Passage for Analysis
A Passage for Analysis AK ToC
8 Just for Fun
Just for Fun AK ToC
9 A Treasure Hunt for Appositives: In a book that you are reading, find five sentences that include an appositive and make an exercise (with an analysis key).
Level 5.5 Post-Positioned Adjectives
1a
Identification Instructional Material
Post-Positioned Adjectives AK ToC
1b
Post-Positioned Adjectives AK ToC
2 Rewriting:  From Main Clause to Subordinate to PPA
Rewriting:  From Main Clause to Subordinate to PPA AK ToC
3 A Passage for Analysis
A Passage for Analysis AK ToC
4 A Treasure Hunt for Post-positioned Adjectives: In a book that you are reading, find five sentences that include a post-positioned adjective and make an exercise (with an analysis key).
KISS Level 5.6 Delayed Subjects
1
Infinitives as Delayed Subjects Instructional Material
- "Learn a Second Language" AK ToC
2 Subordinate Clauses as Delayed Subjects
Subordinate Clauses as Delayed Subjects AK ToC
3 Delayed Subjects & Sentences
Delayed Subjects & Sentences AK ToC
4 Mixed
From Vredenburg's My Favorite Fairy Tales AK ToC
5 A Passage for Analysis
From "Spotty the Turtle Wins a Race," by Thornton W. Burgess AK ToC
6      Treasure Hunt (and/or Recipe Roster): Find and bring to class (and/or write) a sentence that has a delayed subject or senntence.
     Creating an Exercise: In a story or book that you like, find five sentences that have delayed subjects or sentences. For your classmates, make an exercise (infinitives, subordinate clauses, or mixed). For your teacher, make an analysis key. (Remember that your teacher may use your exercise in future years.)
KISS Level 5.7 - Passive Voice & Retained Complements
1a
Identification Instructional Material
Passive Voice (Maxwell L 5 7 02) ToC
1b
From Marshall's Robin Hood (Ex # 1) AK ToC
2
Passive Voice or Predicate Adjective? Instructional Material
From Robin Hood Ex #5 AK ToC
3a Rewriting from Passive Voice to Active & from Active to Passive 
* Rewriting from Passive to Active & from Active to Passive  AK ToC
3b
* Rewriting from Passive to Active & from Active to Passive AK ToC
3c
From Vredenburg's Favorite Fairy Tales AK ToC
3d
From Vredenburg's "Snow-White and Rose-Red" Text AK ToC
4
Retained Complements Instructional Material
* Simple Retained Complements AK ToC
5 Retained Complements - Clauses
Clauses AK ToC
6 Retained Complements - Infinitives
Infinitives AK ToC
7 Retained Complements - Mixed
Mixed AK ToC
8
"To be to" -  Ellipsed Passive plus an Infinitive? Instructional Material
From Black Beauty, by Anna Sewell, Ex # 1 AK ToC
9 A Passage for Analysis
"Alice" A Poem by  Herbert Bashford AK ToC
10 Treasure Hunt: In a newspaper, story, or book, find a passage in which the author uses passive voice more than once. Bring it to class so that you can discuss it with your classmates. For each passive verb, see if you and your classmates can explain why the author used passive instead of active.
KISS Level 3. 2-PA
Practice/Application
1 A General Exercise in Punctuation
From Vredenburg's "Prince Cheri" Original AK ToC
2 The Punctuation and Logic of Main Clauses (with Subordinate Clauses)
AK ToC
3 The Logic of Subordinate Clauses
AK ToC
4 Directed Sentence Combining
AK ToC
5 Sentence Combining - Passage
AK ToC
6 De-Combining Sentences
AK ToC
7 Parallel Constructions
AK ToC
8 Vocabulary - FiB
AK ToC
9 Tense, Number, Logic, and Prepositional Phrases
AK ToC
10 A Passage for Analysis
AK ToC
11 A Poem for Analysis
AK ToC