Ancient Greece theme to all lessons/ resources so really good for supporting writing if you are doing a topic on Ancient Greece. The lessons could also add to children's exploration of Ancient Greek, including of: Gods, heroes, mythical beasts, temples and battles.
Lessons explore what a fronted adverbial is and encourage children to consider where in the sentence it goes; what the verb is that it describes; whether it describes when, where or how; and what punctuation is required.
Each lesson has a relevant task with it (task for lesson 4 is included within the lesson PowerPoint)
Some critical thinking is required from children as they have to reason why their fronted adverbial was appropriate.
There are opportunities for peer assessment.
Lessons continue to re-cap children's knowledge, whilst also building on it. Very visual with use of images.
Learning objectives include:
We are learning to...
identify a fronted adverbial;
re-order sentences to create a fronted adverbial;
create fronted adverbials;
write fronted adverbials.
All images have been taken from: http://search.creativecommons.org/ where no attribution is required.
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