Clauses and Phrases and Fragments, oh my!
Do you have grammar phobia? Do you know your subjects from your predicates? What is a dangling modifier? Is English your second language? Can you finish a sentence with a preposition? Where do you put that comma? Is it “your” or “you’re”? How important is grammar for reading and writing in English? Come and answer these questions and more at the LIFT summer workshop for basic grammar, reading, and writing. The class is only available in the morning this summer.
Workshop: Basic Grammar, Reading, and Writing.
Monday and Wednesday – 10am-12pm June 19th – August 30th
Cost is $20 and includes the class books. Limited enrollment, so please register before Friday June 16th to hold a spot. Students may register at the front desk or can ask for Julie or Rubi. Registrations may be accepted the first class day if space is available. Students need to bring a notebook, pens, and pencils.
Topics include the parts of speech, punctuation, clauses, phrases, basic sentence patterns, and common errors. Students will also read and write for this workshop. The class is open to anyone in the community 18 and over who can converse in English well enough to take part in the class. 6th grade reading level recommended but not required. Must have a minimum of 8 students to have the class.
For questions, please contact Julie Brown, ELA Program Director at 214-824-2000 Ext. 3218 or email firstname.lastname@example.org