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SPAG: Pronouns; descriptive writing

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y4

Pronouns PowerPoint
Children learn how pronouns can be used to stand in the place of nouns and noun phrases. They help to avoid repetition. Children explore the impact of pronouns.

SPAG: Writing dialogue using correct punctuation

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y4

Punctuating Speech PowerPoint
Show children how speech marks ‘hug’ what is said, how to punctuate reporting clauses and how to position these in the middle of speech.

SPAG: Extend sentences using conjunctions (time/place/cause)

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y4

Time, Place and Cause PowerPoint
Explain single clause sentences and define verbs. Demonstrate how conjunctions can be use to extend sentences adding information on time or cause.

SPAG: Fronted adverbials; building tension

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y4

Adverbials PowerPoint
Children learn how adverbials modify verbs, how they can be positioned and the punctuation of fronted adverbials. They explore their impact on creating a scene and building tension.

Creative writing: Write own fable incorporating known features

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y4

Time, Place and Cause PowerPoint
Explain single clause sentences and define verbs. Demonstrate how conjunctions can be use to extend sentences adding information on time or cause.

Dialogue Punctuation PowerPoint
Show children how speech marks ‘hug’ what is said, how to punctuate reporting clauses and how to position these in the middle of speech.

SPAG: Punctuating direct speech; roleplay

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y4

Punctuating Direct Speech PowerPoint
Children revise what they know about punctuating direct speech and extend knowledge further, including punctuation inside inverted commas and positioning at the end of direct speech.