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    • What is used to connect two places separated by a body of water?
    • What makes the bridge important?
    • Bagong Ilog Kapasigan CONNECT
    • In Sentences, What is used to connect? What is a ? It is a part of speech that connects two words, sentences or clauses.
    • Activity Directions: Fill in the missing parts of the given sentences from the selection provided.
    • 1. She consulted an Astrologer ____ gave her an answer. 2. The result was void of worth ____ the metals rebelled against each other. 3. It was discovered that the result was void of worth ____ the moulders and bell smiths repeated all the work. nor yet for and or so but and for so
    • 4. Gold and brass will never meet in wedlock, ____ silver and iron will embrace. 5. Ko-Ngai returned home sorrowful ____ she kept all that she heard to herself. 6. The bell’s tone sounded deeper, ____ also like some vast voice uttering Ko- Ngai’s name. nor yet for and or so but nor but yet
    • 3 kinds of CONJUNCTIONS 1. COORDINATING 2. CORRELATIVE 3. SUBORDINATING
    • 1. COORDINATING -joins group of words, compund subject, predicate and sentences 2. CORRELATIVE - Pairs of conjunctions that require equal structure after each one. 3. SUBORDINATING - joins main and subordinate clauses
    • 1. COORDINATING conjunction Uses the acronym FANBOYS F - for A - and N - nor B - but O - or Y - yet S - so
    • 2. CORRELATIVE conjunction Also called as PAIRED conjunctions either / or both / and neither / nor not only/ but also whether / or just as / so
    • 2. SUBORDINATING conjunction • After • Although • As • Since • When • Therefore • Because • Though • Where • Whenever • If • Unless • However • While • Until • So that • Than • Whether • Even though • Even if
    • What is the importance of conjunctions? how does it develop good communication and understanding?
    • Let’s be creative! • Draw a symbol or icon that would best symbolize conjunctions. • BRIEFLY explain why. • Minimum of 2 and maximum of 5 sentences
    • Let’s check! • Directions: On a ½ crosswise sheet of paper • On the FIRST LINE, join the sentences by using a conjunction in the MIDDLE • On the SECOND LINE, use the conjunction at the beginning. 1. We had a bath. We arrived home. 2. We ate the sandwich. It was lunch time. 3. She did not come. She was grounded by her parents. 4. We still felt cold. We lit a fire. 5. Susan locked the Doors. She left the house.
    • Activity Choose one activity that you could work best at. a) Write a short script that would show the importance of using, and effects of not using conjunctions. (paired work) b) Make a comic strip that shows the use of conjunctions. (paired work) c) Create a conjunction game and include the mechanics which should be written in English. (paired work)
    • Thank you!