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The Four Types of Sentences

The Four Types of Sentences

A twenty-eight slide presentation explaining the four types of sentences, with exercises for students to complete and answers.
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Battling Grammar - Updategrade pack for the exciting grammar card game

Battling Grammar - Updategrade pack for the exciting grammar card game

Included in this pack is an upgrade for the three core decks of cards (Water, Earth and Forest). This pack includes all three decks with upgraded background artwork themed to each deck which really make your cards pop out! Great for further inspiring children to play this exciting, addictive grammar card game. For the original game and decks of cards, go to the following link and download them for FREE: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/battling-grammar-grammar-game-for-upper-primary-school-11223955
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English Verb Outstanding Ofsted Lesson

English Verb Outstanding Ofsted Lesson

Here is an Outstanding Rated Lesson by OFSTED. A brilliant engaging but also a stimulating Starter(Introducion) to the lesson. The Questioning deepens learning and an AMAZING use of Blooms Taxonomy, within small plenaries and AFL. Incorporated PLTS and multiple learning styles have been considered to raise the level of learning and engagement.
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Simple and Compound Sentences

Simple and Compound Sentences

With an activity to create compound sentences, this powerpoint also helps students to identify the effects of using both simple and compound sentences. First of all students add a conjunction to a sentence to create compound sentences. Then students change a passage of description just using compound sentences in to a combination of simple and compound, considering the effect. Finally students write a set of instructions using both simple and compound sentences.
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The Difference between Phrases and Clauses

The Difference between Phrases and Clauses

This powerpoint explains the difference between phrases and clauses and provides plenty of activities with answers to help students to create sentences. Intended as a precursor to multi-clause complex sentences, this will leave your students in no doubt about how to build complex and interesting sentences of their own.
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Multi-Clause Complex Sentences

Multi-Clause Complex Sentences

Teach your students to become master writers with this powerpoint on creating multi-clause complex sentences. Students are given the elements of a sentence, which they have to incorporate into a grammatical complex sentence. Ten sentences in total build to create an action-packed adventure story that you write together as a class. In the second activity, students analyse how Robert Louis Stevenson uses this type of sentence to describe Long John Silver. Students are then tasked with writing a description of Moriarty from Sherlock Holmes using the same construction. This should cover two separate lessons.
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More Multi-Clause Complex Sentences

More Multi-Clause Complex Sentences

As a follow on from the lesson "Multi-Clause Complex Sentences", this powerpoint provides pieces of information about ten classic films, which students have to build into multi-clause complex sentences. All answers are provided.
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Creating Complex Sentences with "which"

Creating Complex Sentences with "which"

This lesson on creating complex sentences with the relative pronoun "which" contains two activities. First of all there are ten pairs of sentences to combine into one sentence, with answers provided. Students are then given the first part of a sentence, which they have to extend with "which".
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Creating complex sentences with subordinate clauses

Creating complex sentences with subordinate clauses

This lesson explains simple sentences and then shows students how to identify the main clause and subordinate clause in complex sentences. Students extend some given sentence starters into complex sentences. Then they use the information about Lake Como in Italy to write a piece of description using complex sentences.
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Varying Sentences with the Past Participle

Varying Sentences with the Past Participle

Help your students to write in a more interesting way by teaching them how to begin sentences with the past participle ("-ed" verbs). After a clear explanation, students practise combining five sets of two sentences about Buckingham Palace, bringing the past participle to the beginning of the sentence. Answers provided. The lesson then increases in difficulty with students given information about five different places/artefacts, with which they have to build the sentence. The lesson will last at least 30 minutes.
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