Analyzing Author’s Craft: Analyzing Hillenbrand’s Language Techniques

Young readers take a look at conditional and subjunctive moods authors use. The Conditional and Subjunctive Mood handout defines the types of mood and gives them examples and practice. They then work with partners to identify conditional and subjunctive sentences in Unbroken and revisit the Things Good Writers Do anchor chart by adding what they learned about mood.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas
  • Extend the lesson by asking pupils to create conditional and subjunctive sentences of their own
Classroom Considerations
  • Lesson 11 of 19 in the series Grade 8 ELA Module 3A, Unit 2
  • Requires completion of lessons in order
Pros
  • Includes an answer key for identifying conditional and subjunctive sentences
  • Gives teacher notes to enhance the lesson
Cons
  • None
Common Core