Slide 1: The Fearless Princess A Fairytale Slide 2: Once upon a time, there was a prince. He decided to take a walk in a dark and scary forest. All of a sudden, a terrible storm moved in… …and the prince got completely lost. Slide 3: In the morning, a terrifying dragon found the prince. The prince became very, very scared. Suddenly a knight in armor appeared from behind a tree and attacked the dragon. Now, the terrible dragon was afraid and ran away. Slide 4: When the prince walked up to the knight, the knight took off his armor … … and a beautiful princess stood in front of him. She was strong and smart and sweet … Slide 5: … and she took him to her castle where they lived happily ever after. Slide 6: This is the prince who got lost. Here is the knight that the prince respects. This is the princess who saved the prince. Relative Pronouns 1 Use who and that to refer to people. Slide 7: The knight holds the sword which scared the dragon. The dragon that scared the prince spits fire. Relative Pronouns 2 Use which and that to refer to things. Slide 8: This is the princess that saved the prince’s life. Relative Pronouns 3 The knight holds the sword that scared the dragon. That is less formal than who and which . Slide 9: He attacked the dragon. Here is the knight. noun adjective clause describes the noun subject Here is the knight who attacked the dragon. Slide 10: Do you see the dragon that scared the prince? It scared the prince. Do you see the dragon? noun adjective clause describes the noun subject Slide 11: The dragon was dangerous. The knight attacked the dragon. The dragon that the knight attacked was very dangerous. noun adjective clause describes the noun subject object Slide 12: The prince was scared. The princess saved him. The prince whom the princess saved was scared. noun adjective clause describes the noun subject object Slide 13: Who and what are these fairytale figures and items? Form sentences with adjective clauses. Practice 1 1 2 3 4 5 Slide 14: They lived in her castle . The princess was powerful. The princess whose castle they lived in was powerful. noun Using Whose 1 Use whose to replace a possessive adjective. An adjective clause with whose can modify people. Slide 15: Its appearance terrified the prince. The dragon whose appearance terrified the prince ran away. noun Using Whose 2 An adjective clause with whose can also modify things. The dragon ran away.