Conjunctions Powerpoint and worksheets

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I added a few worksheets in this one.. there very small, so I would use them as exit slips for your students if it were me. (an exit slip is a small worksheet kids do and hand to the teacher when completed and you have to complete it to go to a place with the class (EX: the library). ) ** SORRY about the errors... I forgot to put a transition for the answers on the 1st worksheet so I suggest covering it or putting an animation/transition for it! ALSO... to get the worksheets download it,or message me and I'll copy and paste the requested ones to you in a message! Yes, i did make the worksheets myself! I hope you wenjoy this powerpoint and it helps you and your student (s) understand conjunctions better! ______________________________________________ ____________

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Conjunctions: 

Understanding conjunctions. Conjunctions

What is a conjunction?: 

Well, a conjunction is a word that links multiple sentences into one. There are coordinating conjunctions, subordinating conjunctions, and Correlative conjunctions. We’ll learn more about those in a bit! What is a conjunction?

Coordinating conjunctions: 

Coordinating conjunctions are the main conj. You use in sentences. You may have heard of FANBOYS, an acronym about conjunctions, but if not, this is what it stands for: F-for A-and N-nor B- but O-or Y-yet S-so Those are the main coordinating conjunctions. There are more, but those are the main ones. Coordinating conjunctions

Subordinating conjunctions : 

A subordinating conjunction is a word which joins together a dependent clause and an independent clause. There are numerous subordinating conjunctions. The common ones are listed below. ECAUSE , AS, SINCE - are used to introduce the cause in a cause effect relationship between two ideas SO - introduces an effect in a cause effect relationship between two ideas ALTHOUGH, (even) THOUGH, WHEREAS, WHILE - are used to express contrast between ideas AFTER - is used to show time Subordinating conjunctions

Correlative conjunctions: 

Some conjunctions combine with other words to form what are called correlative conjunctions. They always travel in pairs, joining various sentence elements that should be treated as grammatically equal. Here is a brief list of common correlative conjunctions. both . . . and not only . . . but also not . . . but either . . . or neither . . . nor whether . . . or as . . . as Correlative conjunctions

Do you know the difference?: 

Do you know the differences between the conjunctions?? Well, let’s find out! Question 1: what is the acronym for the coordinating conjunctions? Answer: FANBOYS Question 2: what type of conjunction combines other words? Answer: correlative conjunctions Question 3: what does the N in FANBOYS stand for? Answer: Nor Question 4: what kind of conjunction underlined is used in this sentence? My dog is happy, although my cat is sad. Answer: subordinating conjunction Do you know the difference?

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CONGRADULATIONS! YOU’RE A MASTER AT CONJUNCTIONS!!!: 

CONGRADULATIONS! YOU’RE A MASTER AT CONJUNCTIONS!!!

More fun conjunction activities: 

Fill in the blank: 1. A _____________ conjunction contrasts two or more things. 2. __________ is an acronym for coordinating conjunctions. 3. __________ conjunctions link two or more sentences together. 4. This kind of conjunction combines other words to form what is called a _____________ conjunction. __________________________________________________________ ANSWERS: 1.- subordinating conjunction 2.-fanboys 3.- coordinating conjunction 4.- correlative conjunction More fun conjunction activities

Small Worksheet/exit slip printout: 

Name:___________________ date:________ CONJUNCTIONS There are many types of conjunctions. Let’s go over them. Subordinating -a word which joins together a dependent clause and an independent clause . There are numerous subordinating conjunctions. Coordinating- FANBOYS- for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so. Links two or more sentences together. Correlative - Some conjunctions combine with other words to form what are called correlative conjunctions. They always travel in pairs , joining various sentence elements that should be treated as grammatically equal . ______________________________________________________________________________________ PRACTICE Directions: answer the questions by using the word bank. 1. What is the acronym you use for coordinating conjunctions? _______________ 2. What type of conjunction combine with other words and always travel in pairs? ___________ 3. A correlative conjunction joins various sentences, so how should they be treated? _______________ _________ 4. If I said “ The cat ate the tuna but it didn’t really like it.”, I would use what kind of conjunction in that sentence? _____________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ WORD BANK; grammatically equal coordinating fanboys correlative Small Worksheet/exit slip printout

More MINI printouts: 

Name:________________ Date:_______ Locating Conjunctions Directions: for each sentence, underline the conjunction, and write in the correct type of conjunction. ________________________________________ The boy walked home and went to sleep. ____________ I came home for I needed to shower. ___________ Fruits are sweet, though vegetables aren’t. _____________ More MINI printouts