Ch 22: Ohio Assessments ELA: Types of Sentences

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Watch engaging video lessons in this chapter to strengthen your knowledge sentences types as you prepare to take your Ohio Assessments English Language Arts test. Self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam are available to gauge how well you comprehend the materials.

Ohio Assessments ELA: Types of Sentences - Chapter Summary

Use the video lessons in this chapter to make preparing for the Ohio Assessments ELA test simple. By using the videos to refresh your memory of types of sentences in writing, you can increase your ability to answer questions on the test that address the following:

  • Defining a complete sentence
  • Understanding the definition of a compound sentence
  • Identifying the complex sentence
  • Examining the compound-complex sentence
  • Analyzing sentence fragments, comma splices and run-on sentences

Instructors are skilled at offering the materials in a comprehensive manner that ensures you fully understand the concepts. The videos are also presented in a high-quality visual format that makes the learning process entertaining.

Ohio Assessments ELA: Types of Sentences Chapter Objectives

The topics covered in the Ohio Assessments ELA: Types of Sentences chapter are located in the English language conventions, composition, writing process and research portion of the Ohio Assessments ELA test, which constitutes about 19% of the total exam. The test is designed to gauge your readiness to teach this subject in the classroom and determine whether you're qualified to secure educator licensure in Ohio. You can use the video lessons in this chapter to ensure you're more than prepared to meet these goals and then take self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam to test your comprehension of the materials. The quizzes are also great for getting the practice you need in answering questions formatted similarly to those found on the exam.

The test is composed of all multiple-choice questions, many of which require you to read or examine an excerpt, passage or illustration prior to reading the question. Following each question is a set of four answers, one of which you will be asked to choose as the best option.

5 Lessons in Chapter 22: Ohio Assessments ELA: Types of Sentences
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Complete Sentence: Examples & Definition

1. Complete Sentence: Examples & Definition

Although it seems simple, writing in complete sentences is a necessity that can trip up even seasoned writers. In this lesson, we will examine how to write in a complete sentence and why it is so important.

What is a Compound Sentence? - Examples & Definition

2. What is a Compound Sentence? - Examples & Definition

In this lesson, we'll cover compound sentences and how to create them by joining two or more independent clauses together. Compound sentences differ from other sentence types, and if you leave out their joining elements, you turn them into run-on sentences. After you review the lesson, you can test your knowledge of compound sentences with a quiz.

What is a Complex Sentence? - Examples & Concept

3. What is a Complex Sentence? - Examples & Concept

In this lesson, you will find out what a complex sentence is and how it's structured. You'll also learn about different sentence types and how dependent, or subordinate, clauses function in complex sentences.

Compound-Complex Sentence: Definition & Examples

4. Compound-Complex Sentence: Definition & Examples

In this lesson, you'll learn what a compound-complex sentence is, and how to use compound-complex sentences to make your writing more interesting. Take a look at some examples, and then test your knowledge with a quiz.

Sentence Fragments, Comma Splices and Run-on Sentences

5. Sentence Fragments, Comma Splices and Run-on Sentences

Sentence fragments, comma splices, and run-on sentences are grammatical and stylistic bugs that can seriously derail an otherwise polished academic paper. Learn how to identify and eliminate these errors in your own writing here.

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