Relative clauses: African elephant

3 - Whiteboard Challenges

Whiteboard Challenges

Challenge 1
Copy the first sentence and improve it by placing an adjective before each noun.

Challenge 2
Expand the second sentence by adding a relative clause after the word “elephants.” Begin this clause by selecting one of the relative pronouns from the Word Wall.

Challenge 3
Using a relative pronoun and some of the descriptive words from the Word Wall, write your own scintillating sentence about the elephants featured in the film clip.

Whiteboard Challenges

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1) The ___ elephant, whose ___ tusks were shattered in the ___ fight, was defeated.

2) The elephants were stampeding across the parched savanna.

Word Wall

who which that whom whose bull elephant raging battle African savannah billowing dust cloud trumpeted charged battered shattered thumping blow victorious