Relative Clause Self-Grading Digital Task Cards for Distance Learning-Sheets

The Gaming Grammarian
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8th - 12th, Adult Education
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Relative (adjective) clauses are difficult for students, especially ELLs. Even my more advanced adult learners struggle with adjective clauses and so I try to provide a lot of scaffolding activities. What I found is that my students learn very quickly is that nearly every relative (adjective) clause can begin with "that." I wanted to force them to think about other relative pronouns and when to use them. These self-grading digital task cards use the same sentences as my Relative Clause Memory game, but require students to type in the correct wh- relative pronoun (who, which, where, when) to complete the sentence.

These digital task cards are unique because they are designed and presented in Sheets. Each "card" is on a separate tab. Each tab includes a picture, a sentence (missing the relative pronoun at the start of the adjective clause), and a box for students to type their answer. All answers are automatically populated on an "Answers" tab and automatically checked. The cells of the answer tab will turn green if the answer is correct, and the point column will show a 1. The point column is automatically added by the sheet and a percentage is also computed for you. If you want students to be able to see which questions were correct (and have the opportunity to go back and change their answers), leave the sheet as it is. If not, simply hide the answers tab from the students and adjust the directions. A grade tab will still tell students the total correct and percentage grade, but not which questions were wrong. To see how these task cards work for yourself, check out my video Much or Many Digital Task Card Demonstration. The grammar is different, but the cards work exactly the same.

For more information about these and other task cards, as well as a tutorial for making your own, see my blog post: Self-Grading Task Cards.

Also available:

Relative Clause Self-Grading Task Cards Excel Version

Relative Clause Memory

Relative Clause Taboo

Relative Clause Digital Board Game (uses the same prompts as Taboo)

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27 pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use various types of phrases (noun, verb, adjectival, adverbial, participial, prepositional, absolute) and clauses (independent, dependent; noun, relative, adverbial) to convey specific meanings and add variety and interest to writing or presentations.

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