This is a short lesson on correlative conjunctions. Students should understand this concept quickly and enjoy using the pairs of conjunctions. The one problem is that the name is unfamiliar to students and scares them a bit. But if students really heed this information and began to use sentences that contain correlative conjunctions in their writing, their writing will take on a new depth.
The lesson contains:
• An informational worksheet explaining correlative conjunctions with KEY
• A learning exercise with a mnemonic device to remember the correlative conjunctions with KEY
• An activity to match and write the correlative conjunctions with a partner
• A worksheet in which students fill in the blanks and then write their own sentences using correlative conjunctions with KEY
• A worksheet which is half fill in the blank and half letting students combine two sentences using correlative conjunctions with KEY
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CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.5.1e Use correlative conjunctions (e.g., either/or, neither/nor)