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Devices to Add Cohesion Presentation
Children are introduced to pronouns, adverbials for place, adverbials for time and conjunctions, each of which is revised and all of which are then used to add cohesion to a text.

Composition: Read and write newspaper

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y5

Degrees of Possibility Presentation
This presentation takes children through the use of adverbs to indicate degrees of likeliness, possibility and certainty. The second part of the presentation focuses on modal verbs.

Devices to Add Cohesion Presentation
Children are introduced to pronouns, adverbials for place, adverbials for time and conjunctions, each of which is revised and all of which are then used to add cohesion to a text.

SPAG: Study modal verbs and adverbs of possibility

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y5

Degrees of Possibility Presentation
This presentation takes children through the use of adverbs to indicate degrees of likeliness, possibility and certainty. The second part of the presentation focuses on modal verbs.

SPAG: Identifying and Using Adverbs of Certainty

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y5

SPAG PowerPoint: Adverbs of Certainty
This is a short PowerPoint which revises the use of adverbs to modify verbs in the context of wanting to indicate a degree of certainty or possibility.

Composition: Planning, writing and presenting own travel writing

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y5

Summary PowerPoint
This PowerPoint consists of three slides which summaries the grammar and punctuation taught in Units 2 and 4 of this Block: Travel writing.

SPAG: Using modal Verbs to indicate degrees of possibility

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation
English
Y5

SPAG PowerPoint: Using Modal Verbs
Children are shown how modal verbs are placed in front of the active verb in a sentence and can be used to modify a verb by indicating how certain or possible something is.