Reflection: Accountability Use Coordinating Conjunctions to Build a Story - Section 4: Closure

 

Students really liked the acronym FANBOYS to help them remember the coordinating conjunctions.  The lesson was rigorous and held each student accountable to one another for the activities.  The lesson was particularly challenging for my students to build upon each other's ideas as is an important component of speaking and listening CCSS. As each student participated in building the story, they took ownership of their own learning.

  Conjunction Junction
  Accountability: Conjunction Junction
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Use Coordinating Conjunctions to Build a Story

Unit 16: Parts of Speech
Lesson 10 of 12

Objective: SWBAT identify and use coordinating conjunctions to build a story.

Big Idea: Students will build a story using coordinating conjunctions.

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English / Language Arts, conjunction, Writing, Grammar and Mechanics, parts of speech, grammar, coordinating conjunction, build a story, BrainPop
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