This packet contains a simple decision tree for students to learn how and when to delete relative pronouns from an Adjective Clause. Deletion depends on whether or not the clause is Restrictive (Essential) or Non-Restrictive (Non-Essential). For ESL students, this process doesn't come easily, so this tree assists them in making that decision so they can vary their writing style. Additionally, the packet includes a simple chart showing when or when not to separate an Adjective Clause with a comma. Again, this depends on whether the clause is Restrictive (Essential) or Non-Restrictive (Non-Essential), so it is important that students understand the difference between these two kinds of Adjective Clauses. Many other handouts, including this one, are contained in my book, "Let's Look At It This Way!", which is available in my store. It's actually a pretty good deal. For the cost of a few handouts, you get 50+ to reproduce for your instructional and classroom use.