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Lesson Plan: Adjective Clauses Objective(s): SWABT articulate what an adjective clause is, identify the relative pronouns

that usually introduce adjective clauses, and demonstrate their understanding by writing their own sentences using adjective clauses, their proper corresponding relative pronouns, and proper comma usage. Materials: -Adjective Clause Worksheet (attached to this document) -Adjective Clause Prezi http://prezi.com/oweezlqdtzt3/edit/#23_30863873 Teacher Students

0-3min: 0-3min: S will demonstrate their understanding -T will open class with a brief review of of adjectives by participating in review. adjectives and pass out worksheet. -T will tell students to ll in the rst two sections of their worksheets while participating in the Prezi presentation 3-8min: T will introduce concept of adjective 3-8min: clauses, and will remind students to ll in -S will ll in their worksheet while listening to worksheet. the Prezi/lecture -T will introduce signaling relative pronouns, as well as some examples. 8-12min: T will show more examples of adjective clauses. 8-12min: -S will follow along with the Prezi

12-15min: T will ask students to complete the 12-15min: rest of their worksheet. -S will nish the ll-in-the-blanks section of the worksheet and start writing their own adjective clauses.

Worksheet on page 2!

Adjective Clauses

What is an adjective clause?

Which relative pronouns typically introduce an adjective clause?


1. Who/whose/whom
These words refer to....

2
This word refers to....

3
This word refers to....

Is a comma necessary?

Is a comma necessary?

Is a comma necessary?

Example:

Example:

Example:

Fill in the blanks: For each of the following examples, ll in the blanks with an adjective clause of your own creation. Be sure to use the proper relative pronoun to introduce your adjective clause, and pay attention to your comma usage. The last 3 examples are left blank so you can come up with your own sentence, adjective clause included. If you wish, you may come up with all of your own sentences instead of lling in the blanks. Either way, you must write 5 sentences using adjective clauses. Example: The young girl _____ ________________________________ is my sister, Penelope. ! The young girl who ate a breakfast of Hot Cheetos and Gatorade is my sister, Penelope. 1. The car _____ ___________________________________ nally broke down and is currently rusting in the parking lot behind 711. 2. My mothers new boyfriend _____ _______________________________________ is coming over for dinner tonight. 3. I ruined the shirt ______ _____________________________________ by spilling Taco Bell hot sauce on it. 4.
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