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Teach and learn basic language arts skills and parts of speech.
 

UNDERSTANDING PARTS OF SPEECH:
COORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS

Student Objectives:

  • Understand what a Coordinating Conjunction is.
  • Learn the seven words that make up FANBOYS.
  • How to use Coordinating Conjunctions properly.


Suggested/Recommended Grades:

7th - 12th Grade - Secondary Education - High School

 

 

 

COORDINATING CONJUNCTION LESSON PLAN

 

Materials


Procedure:

Students should read the lesson, and complete the worksheet. As an option, teachers may also use the lesson as part of a classroom lesson plan.


Excerpt from Lesson:

What is a Coordinating Conjunction?

  • A coordinating conjunction is a word in a sentence that is used to connect one independent clause to another independent clause.
  • Remember that an independent clause is a group of words that contains a subject and a verb, and it forms a complete thought.
  • The coordinating conjunctions can be memorized by remembering the word FANBOYS, which stands for these seven words: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so. 
  • In a sentence, following the first independent clause, a comma should always come before the coordinating conjunction.

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Coordinating Conjunction Lesson *

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