This resource contains an 11-page workbook and 6 revision/explanation sheets on relative clauses. Tasks include:
Identifying relative clauses
Distinguishing between defining and non-defining relative clauses
Choosing the correct pronoun for a relative clause
Expanding a noun phrase with a relative pronoun
Punctuating non-defining relative clauses
Identifying relative clauses that do not need a relative pronoun or adverb
Combining sentences with a relative pronoun to make a relative clause
Deciding whether the relative pronoun can be omitted in a sentence
Writing using relative clauses
If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free.
You may also be interested in:
This resource contains an editable, 80-slide PowerPoint lesson on relative clauses. It explains what relative clauses are, the difference between defining and non-defining relative clauses and how relative clauses for objects can have the pronoun omitted .
Opportunities are provided for pupils to identify both defining and non-defining relative clauses.
**[Relative Clauses - Revision/Memo Mat]
This is a succinct and handy memo/revision mat on relative clauses. Understanding relative clauses can be a bit tricky.
This mat includes:
a definition of relative clauses
the difference between defining relative clauses and non-defining relative clauses
how to punctuate relative clauses
how to determine when a relative pronoun can be omitted from a relative clause
The mat contains clear examples. It is available in five different fonts.
Save money and buy both all the resources together in a bundle at a discounted rate: