English | 7.4 Grammar | 09-03-2023

Good afternoon! 

Please sit down
Grab your books
Grab your tablet 
Tablet facedown on the table
Put your phone away
Put your bag on the floor
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This lesson contains 13 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

Items in this lesson

Good afternoon! 

Please sit down
Grab your books
Grab your tablet 
Tablet facedown on the table
Put your phone away
Put your bag on the floor

Slide 1 - Slide

  1. Lesson aims
  2. Off to work!
  3. Watching
  4. Writing

Slide 2 - Slide

By the end of this lesson:
You will
- have finished 7.5 and learnt different meanings of get
- first and second paragraph of the body of your essay

Slide 3 - Slide

Can animals be your friends/part of your family?

Slide 4 - Poll

WHAT? Do the 7.6 exercises 2-9  on p.  88 or online
HOW? Individually, while whispering
HELP? I'll do my rounds and help you when I reach you.
TIME? 15 minutes
DONE? Write the first and second paragraphs of your essay.

Slide 5 - Slide

  • Are actors, influencers and professional athletes paid too much?
  • Is the death penalty effective?
  • Should the government place a tax on junk food and fatty snacks?
1. Introduce the topic: grab the reader's attention
2. Come up with three points=arguments to support it
3. Name one opposing argument and explain why that isn't correct
4. Summarise and conclude


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Refers to people
Refers to things
Refers to a possession
Refers to place
Refers to time
He's the player who has the world record for scoring most goals.
He needed the lucky shirt which he had given away.
There are players whose superstitions almost stop them from playing.
1998 was the year when France hosted the World Cup.
That wasn't the only superstition (that) the team had.
Edson Arantes do Nascimento is the player that is better known as Pelé.
He had never found the place where the fan lived.

Slide 7 - Drag question

Slide 8 - Slide

Defining relative clauses
Defining relative clauses geven essentiële informatie over personen of dingen waar we over praten

- Je gebruikt geen komma's in defining relative clauses
- The relative pronoun mag weg wanneer het een onderwerp van een clausule is (gesproken Engels)

Slide 9 - Slide

Slide 10 - Slide

Non-defining relative clauses
In een non-defining clause is er geen essentiële informatie. Het verteld ons meer over iets of iemand wat eigenlijk niet nodig is. 
- Er zit altijd een komma tussen de hoofdzin en een non defining relative clause.
- In een non-defining clause, kun je geen that gebruiken, maar wel who, whom, which.

Slide 11 - Slide

Non-defining relative clause
Defining relative clause
James Naismith, who was born in Canada, was working at a YMCA school.
It needed to be a sport which would keep students fit.
The man who invented it was James Naismith.
Naismith went to Berlin, where the games took place that year.
In 1936, when Naismith was 75 years old, basketball officially became part of the Olympic Games.
Naismith was working in Massachusetts, which is really cold in the winter.

Slide 12 - Drag question

Which clauses have commas?
defining relative clauses
non-defining relative clauses

Slide 13 - Quiz