Compound-Complex Sentence Structure: Use these 28 compound-complex sentence task cards to practice, review, or assess your students’ understanding of compound-complex sentences. A two-page recording sheet is included which allows teachers to easily split the cards into two smaller sets if desired. Also, a worksheet version of the cards is included for differentiation or to use as make-up work for absent students. (The colorful cards look great printed in grayscale if needed to save ink.) View the preview to see the materials more closely.
-28 Task Cards
-Two-page recording sheet
-Worksheet version of the task cards
These task cards ask students to do things such as:
*Identify the dependent clause in a compound-complex sentence.
*Identify the “compound sentence” within the compound-complex sentence.
*Identify one of the independent clauses in the compound-complex sentence.
* Identify what is missing from a compound-complex sentence and then add it.
* Add an independent clause to a complex sentence to make it compound-complex.
*Add a dependent clause to a compound sentence to make it compound-complex.
* Add a compound sentence to a dependent clause to make it compound-complex.
TASK CARD USE:
These cards can be used in a variety of ways including, but not limited to:
-group or partner work
-early finisher work
-Scoot Activity (One card on each desk. Students are given an allotted amount of time before teacher calls out “scoot” and everyone rotates to the next card.)
-individual or group race (give allotted time, person/group with most correct in that amount of time wins!)
-warm-ups (teacher displays one card each day)
You may be interested in these related products:
-Sentence Types Task Cards
-Compound Subject & Predicate vs. Compound Sentences Task Cards
-Money-Saving Sentence Types MEGA PACK
-Click HERE to see all my Sentence Types Products!
-Click HERE to see all my Task Cards!
© 2014 Jessica Osborne. All rights reserved.
By copyright law, the purchase of this product entitles one teacher the use of the digital and printed files for a single classroom. Files are not to be shared or published (including being displayed on a website) in any way without direct permission from the author: JessicaAnnOsborne@yahoo.com