Today, you are going to recap how to use a relative clause. You have X tasks to comeplete.
BLOG COMMENT: REWRITE YOUR STORY FROM YESTERDAY IN THE COMMENTS!
What is a relative clause? Read the slides below to help you recap:
Watch the 3 videos and read the information on this website to help: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkcd7sg (You don’t need to complete the tasks on here, as there are tasks on the blog below.)
Now read the slides.
There are 2 simple sentences on the sheet. You need to write these as 1 sentence making the second sentence into a relative clause. The sheet helps you by telling you which relative pronoun to use.
Now you need to add a relative clause at the end of a sentence. You need to work out what subject is being referred to, for example: in the first sentence Australia is the subject of the relative clause. (If you don’t know who wrote Jayne Eyre or you don’t know any other facts about it, google it!)
Task 3 is now reversing the process. You must change these sentences with relative clauses into 2 simple sentences.
Go back to the story about the Storm Troopers you wrote yesterday. I would like you to edit this and find 2 nouns where you can add extra details about them and make a relative clause. (If you have not completed yesterdays task you must go back and do this first).
EG: The Storm Trooper, who could not aim his laser blaster accurately, missed the Jedi Knight.
Write your edited story with your relative clause in your blog comment.