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SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation

Descriptive & predictive writing ('Philosopher's Stone' chapters 5-7)

English
Y6

SPAG Revision
Children look at expanded noun phrases, including identifying adjectives, adverbs and prepositional phrases. They then study modal verbs of certainty, ability and obligation. Finally they revise relative clauses and pronouns.

5-minute SPAG Revision
Revise noun phrases, including identifying head nouns, then revise modal verbs and relative clauses.

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation

Information & explanation texts ('Philosopher's Stone' chapters 11-14)

English
Y6

SPAG Revision
Look at the difference between phrases and clauses, then move on to study adverbials, including fronted adverbials. Finally, revise parenthesis.

5-minute SPAG Revision
Revise adverbials, including phrases and clauses. Ensure that children understand parenthesis. Finally, revise word classes.

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation

Introduce Greek Mythology and explore story openings

English
Y6

1) Presentation: Sentence Punctuation
Revise what makes a complete sentence and how these are punctuated. Explore the syntax of a sentence (subject, verb, object) and how these work together to make meaning.

2) Presentation: Formal and Informal Language
Revise what is meant by formal and informal register and how it can be created through vocabulary choices, contractions, question tags, ellipsis and breaking grammar rules!

3) Presentation: Word Classes
Revise word classes (noun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, determiner, pronoun, conjunction), how they function in a sentence and practise identifying words by class.

Presentation: 5-Minute Revision, Unit 1
Deliver quick, focused revision (sentence punctuation, formal and informal register, word classes), which requires children only to have whiteboards. Questions are intentionally similar in content and style to the formal KS2 tests.