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SPAG: Identifying and using pronouns, including for cohesion

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y4

Personal and Possessive Pronouns and Determiners PowerPoint
This presentation teaches children about personal and possessive pronouns. It points out the difference between possessive determiners and possessive pronouns and then demonstrates how we use pronouns to add cohesion.

SPAG: Understanding and using the perfect form of the past tense

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y4

Perfect Form PowerPoint
The past tense is revised so that children can identify it. Then children are introduced to the Perfect Form and recognise how to form it and when to use it, understanding its significance in relation to meaning.

No Thank You
Children will enjoy the humour of this bright and engaging book. Bobo and Muna want to feed the animals but they get a little muddled up, luckily the animals solve the problem and get their dinner in the end.

You can purchase printed copies of this Group Reader from Hamilton Education.

SPAG: Writing imaginative and correctly punctuated dialogue

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y4

Dialogue Punctuation PowerPoint
This presentation take children through dialogue punctuation, reinforcing what they remember correctly and addressing any misconceptions.

SPAG: Expanded noun phrases to convey information concisely

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y5

Grammar Expanded Noun Phrases PowerPoint
Children revise the structure of expanded noun phrases before exploring how they can convey complicated information concisely and with impact.

Composition: Extended writing: creating and writing a playscript

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y4

Personal and possessive pronouns and determiners PowerPoint
This presentation teaches children about personal and possessive pronouns. It points out the difference between possessive determiners and possessive pronouns and then demonstrates how we use pronouns to add cohesion.

Perfect Form PowerPoint
The past tense is revised so that children can identify it. Then children are introduced to the Perfect Form and recognise how to form it and when to use it, understanding its significance in relation to meaning.