Students will review dependent and independent clauses; relative adverbs, relative pronouns, and subordinate conjunctions; noun, adverb, and adjective clauses; and clause punctuation in this challenging and engaging escape room.
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Secondary English Escape Room Bundle
Your download includes
✩ 4 task cards with 5 clauses each (20 total clauses) asking students to determine whether the clause is dependent of independent
✩ 4 task cards with 4 sentences each (16 total sentences) asking students to determine which type of word (relative adverb, relative pronoun, or subordinate conjunction) begins the clause
✩ 4 task cards with 4 sentences each (16 total sentences) asking students to determine which type of clause (noun, adverb, or adjective) begins the clause
✩ 4 task cards with 4 sentences each (16 total sentences) asking students to determine whether the punctuation (or lack of punctuation) is correct
✩ student instruction sheets for Google and non-Google facilitation
✩ teacher instruction sheets and link to general video instructions
✩ four different Google forms with four different unscramble secret phrases
✩ answer key for teacher-led facilitation
✩ one practice task card to model for students how to form answers
Please note: Some clauses are purposely missing punctuation so students can see they are incorrect. Some dependent clauses contain capitalization and punctuation to make it more challenging to choose between independent and dependent.
In the Google-led facilitation (a quicker version), students input answers into a Google Form and are automatically told if their code is correct for each card and awarded a letter toward the secret phrase. There are four different Google forms that receive the same numeric codes but four different “secret phrases.”
In teacher-led facilitation (a lengthier version), teachers will check answers for students and award letters toward the secret phrase. In the Google-directed version, a form tells students whether they are correct or not. For correct codes, students are awarded letters toward a secret phrase that needs to be unscrambled.
This product works best if used as a review after students are familiar with the various types of clauses and their parts of speech. Facilitation of the game (from me giving instructions to the first group solving the secret phrase) takes anywhere from 25-40 minutes depending on grade level of students and familiarity with types of clauses and clause punctuation.
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