This download contains a video lecture and also the PowerPoint that was used to make the video in case you would prefer to narrate the material yourself. There are also student notes to be completed during the lesson, a homework assignment, and a quiz. The lesson covers independent clauses (including how to combine them using semicolons and coordinating conjunctions), noun clauses, adjective clauses (including how to punctuate restrictive vs. nonrestrictive clauses), and subordinate clauses (including correct comma usage depending on where the clause is in relation to the independent clause)
To watch an excerpt from the clauses video, click here.
I use videos for my flipped classroom. Students view a video lecture and fill in their notes for homework. With the passive learning out of the way, students come to class ready to actively engage with and apply the concepts. This also gives us more class time to work collaboratively with one another. Videos are also great for tutorials or remedial work. Need to be out for the day? Leave a video lesson for your substitute.
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