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Can't believe I typed that exact question into google and got your answer. It's a great explanation which I will need a read a few times to get my head around it but if you still have the resource Reb1Mc I would really appreciate a copy, if you are willing to share. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks again.
Not quite the original resource, but I have two posters that I use in my classroom based on Wordle-style presentation. One is of what I call text-level connectives, that is, those connectives which support cohesion through a text. The other is of subordinating conjunctions. Those are the ones which make complex sentences. They are in the resource bank, here:
Because I happen to teach older students, I don't have anything for co-ordinating conjunctions, but I'm sure something could be added for the FANBOYS co-ordinating conjunctions (For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So). I just call them 'boring' in KS3
Would very much like to try the resource
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