This product is designed to give students practice in matching independent clauses with adjective clauses.
The Relative Pronoun Match gets students out of their seats. Students are given either an independent clause or an adjective clause and must find the matching clause to complete the sentence. Once students have found a match, they will write an explanation as to why they have a match and draw an illustration to reinforce their understanding of the sentence, clauses, and relative pronoun.
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Thank you for considering this product. If you are looking for a more comprehensive product, consider RELATIVE PRONOUNS: who, whom whose, which, that/CCSS Aligned. Included with the Relative Pronoun Match is a PowerPoint slideshow that introduces each relative pronoun with a sample sentence and an explanation of its use in the adjective clause. The slideshow also includes interactive activities and additional partner practice. In addition, an assessment that requires students to write sentences using the five relative pronouns is provided.
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