Subordinating Conjunctions in Complex Sentences: while, before, after

by Of Mouth & Mind- D. Hamburg, SLP

Price: 350 points or $3.5 USD

Subjects: ela,elaLanguage,englishSecondLanguage,conventionsOfStandardEnglish,knowledgeOfLanguage,speech,expressiveLanguage

Grades: 3,4,5,6,7

Description: Teach your students temporal relationships in complex sentence form using the subordinating conjunctions; while, before, after. Real photos are used! Students select which conjunction makes sense in the sentence. Then, they are prompted to verbalize a second sentence with the same meaning but different word order and are allowed to check their knowledge. Lastly, irregular past tense verbs can be addressed using this resource (leapt, held, ran, shook, swept, paid, dug, read, rode, flew, blew, chose, gave, slid, taught). Common Core - Conventions of Standard English L1, L2, L3 This no print/no prep resource is developed for speech-language pathologists, educators, paraprofessionals, and parents to assist in developing language skills in children and adolescents. Included: 3 instructional cards, 48 task cards