Reading and Writing: “Main Clauses and Subordinate Clauses, Task2”
Price in Australian $. “Main Clauses and Subordinate Clauses, Task2” is the second of two writing tasks on main clauses and subordinate clauses. It assists children with reading. In this lesson there are twenty sentences. There are explanations and examples. The demonstrative pronoun is also introduced. This is suitable for Grade 5 upwards and any student not aware of it before.
Children can read and write better – a lot better – when they understand how sentences are constructed and what makes a sentence. This item is a follow-on from Task(1) and is a step up in difficulty. It is suitable for parents tutoring their own children and also for home schooling.
Price in Australian $. “Main Clauses and Subordinate Clauses, Task2” is the second of two writing tasks on main clauses and subordinate clauses. It assists children with reading. It is a valuable knowledge for children when asked to write or edit. The student identifies and marks each clause. At mid-way, the student is introduced to the demonstrative pronouns “that” and “who”. These pronouns often start a subordinate clause. For example, “The boat that was moored at the jetty sailed the next day”.
This item has about twenty sentences with a familiar Australian context. Each one is constructed with one main clause and one subordinate clause. This item is suitable for Grade 5,6,7,8 and 9. If a student has never been introduced to sentence analysis it is suitable for any year level.