Print and go or laminate to use again and again. Students work in pairs or small groups on 6 numbered activity mats to make sense of the relationship between two independent clauses and choose an appropiate coordinating conjunction (and, but, for, or, so). If you didn't think teaching grammar could be fun, try this!
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Pair this with your favorite novel study and ensure your students' comprehension of the main points of the story before a writing assignment. A great alternative to multiple choice testing and a review of the sentence structure your students need to know.
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