Challenge students to review conjunctions, transitions, and conjunctive adverbs with this engaging, fun and rigorous escape room. Students will review conjunction and transition types, as well as uses for them. Option to use with technology or without.
This product is included in my Secondary English Escape Room Bundle
Your download includes the following:
• 4 task cards with 4 sentences each asking students to determine which type of conjunction is underlined
• 4 task cards with 4 sentences each asking students to determine which type of conjunction best fits in the blank
• 4 task cards with 4 sentences each asking students to determine whether a transition or conjunctive adverb is used correctly
• 8 task cards with 2 sentences each asking students to determine which transition or conjunctive adverb best fits in the blank
• teacher instruction pages, answer key, and link to instruction video
• student instructions page
• 4 different student unscramle phrases (same task cards but different unscramble answers to wn the gamei for different class periods)
In the Google-led facilitation (a quicker version), students input answers from their task cards into a Google Form and are automatically told if their code is correct for each card and are 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.
This product works best if used as a review after students are familiar with transitions and conjunctions. Facilitation of the game (from me giving instructions to the first group solving the secret phrase) takes anywhere from 30-45 minutes depending on grade level of students and familiarity with transition and conjunction rules.
Due to the complexity of the sentences, this is recommended for 9-12 graders.
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