This lesson covers the relative pronouns “who,” "whose," “whom,” "which," and “that.”
These sometimes tricky pronouns are presented in a logical way which will, hopefully, make it easier for students to comprehend.
This lesson begins with a short review of pronouns, clauses, and predicates which is part of the first handout.
Then, the information on pronouns is divided into two sections. The first handout covers “who,” “whom,” and “whose.” Then there is a worksheet over those three relative pronouns to give students after the handout is taught. The second handout covers “which” and “that.” There is another worksheet over just those two relative pronouns.
The fun part is next as 24 task cards are provided with an answer sheet. You can present these cards in any number of ways including using in a literacy center or playing “Scoot.”
Finally, there is a test over all five relative pronouns. All KEYs are provided.
You can teach this lesson in two to four class periods depending on how quickly you cover the material.
This lesson contains:
• All teacher instructions
• A brief review of pronouns, clauses and predicates
• A handout on who, whose, and whom
• A worksheet over these three relative pronouns with KEY
• A handout on which and that
• A worksheet over which and that with KEY
• 24 task cards and answer sheet with KEY
• A test over all five relative pronouns with KEY
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