Stickman Phrase-Clause-review

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Review of Phrases and Clauses using "stickman in peril" signs.

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Stickman Phrase/Clause Review: 

Stickman Phrase/Clause Review Click for next 

Meet Stickman: 

Meet Stickman This is Stickman. You have probably seen him before. Click for next 

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Stickman puts himself in peril due to taking unnecessary risks. Click for next 

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Stickman’s Phrases and Clauses Click for next 

Dependent Clauses: 

Dependent Clauses Stickman in Peril Click for next 

Dependent Clause: 

Dependent Clause When Stickman tried to be a jellyfish… Because Stickman swam with jellyfish… Click for next 

Dependent Clause: 

If Stickman walks in front of a tractor… Although Stickman thought farmers were peaceful folks… Dependent Clause Click for next 

RELATIVE Clauses: 

RELATIVE Clauses Stickman in Peril Click for next 

RELATIVE Clauses: 

… who didn’t think jellyfish could hurt him… … that immediately began attacking Stickman… RELATIVE Clauses Click for next 

RELATIVE Clauses: 

… who tried to run over Stickman with a tractor… … that didn’t look like a very fast vehicle… RELATIVE Clauses Click for next 

Prepositional Phrases: 

Prepositional Phrases Stickman in Peril Click for next 

Prepositional Phrases: 

with the jellyfish in jellyfish-infested water below the surface away from shore Prepositional Phrases Click for next 

Prepositional Phrases: 

in the farmer’s field against the tractor with a look of rage Prepositional Phrases Click for next 

Participial Phrases: 

Participial Phrases Stickman in Peril Click for next 

Participial Phrases: 

splashing around helplessly attacking Stickman repeatedly surrounding Stickman quickly Participial Phrases Click for next 

Participial Phrases: 

stealing the farmer’s vegetables watching Stickman closely chasing Stickman around Participial Phrases Click for next 

Infinitive Phrases: 

Infinitive Phrases Stickman in Peril Click for next 

Infinitive Phrases: 

to surround and sting Stickman to endure 1,000 painful stings to smack the jellyfish away Infinitive Phrases Click for next 

Infinitive Phrases: 

to see the tractor approaching to attempt escape t o fly 20 feet Infinitive Phrases Click for next 

Review: Phrase or Clause? : 

Review: Phrase or Clause? Stickman in Peril Click for next 

Can you identify the type of phrase or clause below? : 

Can you identify the type of phrase or clause below? Tipping forward and spilling the coal. Click for next 

Participial Phrase! : 

Participial Phrase! Tipping forward and spilling the coal. Note the use of an – ing verb at the beginning. Click for next 

Can you identify the type of phrase or clause below? : 

When Stickman leaned his head on the wall. Can you identify the type of phrase or clause below? Click for next 

Dependent Clause! : 

Dependent Clause! When Stickman leaned his head on the wall Note the subject “ Stickman ” and the verb “ leaned .” Click for next 

Can you identify the type of phrase or clause below? : 

Toward the alligator at the end of the ramp Can you identify the type of phrase or clause below? Click for next 

Prepositional Phrase!: 

Prepositional Phrase! Toward the alligator at the end of the ramp This actually contains 3 prepositional phrases beginning with “ toward ,” “ at ,” and “ of ” Click for next 

Can you identify the type of phrase or clause below? : 

Who wanted to share beer and kisses with the fish Can you identify the type of phrase or clause below? Click for next 

Relative Clause! : 

Relative Clause! Who wanted to share beer and kisses with the fish Notice that it begins with “ who ” This guy has serious issues. Click for next 

Can you identify the type of phrase or clause below? : 

To jump and hug a giant deer Can you identify the type of phrase or clause below? Click for next 

Infinitive Phrase! : 

Infinitive Phrase! To jump and hug a giant deer Note to + jump (to + verb) He only thinks I’m going to hug him!! Click for next 

Remember these:: 

Remember these: Dependent Clause Relative Clause Prepositional Phrase Participial Phrase Infinitive Phrase Click for next 

End of Presentation : 

End of Presentation Stickman Phrases and Clauses