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Writing

Session 1

 

Writing questions correctly.

 

1. Follow the link below.

 

2. Go to Learn and watch the video about questions. 

3. Go to Practise and complete Activity 1.

 

Spotting the questions: Write the questions that should have a question mark!

Session 2

 

1. Follow the link from Session 1.

2. Go to Practise and Activity 2. 

3. Watch the video about recycling and then answer the questions.

 

Here is an example:
Can you recycle a pizza box?

 

Ext: Write an answer for your questions.
Yes you can recycle a pizza box because they are made of paper.

Session 3

 

1. Follow the link from session 1.

2. Go to Practise and Activity 3.

 

Activity 3: Writing some more questions

 

Write six questions. Once you've written your questions you can ask people in your house to see if they know the answer.

 

  • The questions can all be about anything. It might be something you've learnt recently or something you want to learn.
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  • Make sure you use capital letters and question marks.
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  • Try and start each question with a different word.

Session 4

 

1. Follow the link below.

2. Go to Learn and watch the video about sentences.

How do you punctuate the different types of sentence?

Statements are usually punctuated with a full stop but can also use an exclamation mark. For example: The cat ran away down the street.

Commands can be punctuated with a full stop or an exclamation mark. For example: Fetch me my cat.

A question sentence can only be punctuated with a question mark at the end. For example: Have you found my cat yet?

An exclamation sentence can only be punctuated with an exclamation mark. For example: What an amazing cat!

 

3. Go to Activity 1.

 

Activity 1: Writing sentences

 

Now that you know the different sentence types, try writing some yourself.

  • Write a statement, command, question and exclamation about yourself.
  • Remember to use correct use of capital letters and punctuation.

Session 5

 

1. Follow the link from Session 4.

2. Go to Practise and Activity 2.

3. Watch the video about recycling and have a go at creating your own recycling poster.

 

  • Make a poster that is full of information about recycling.
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  • Make sure you include one or two of the following sentence types:
  • questions, commands, statements and exclamations in your poster.
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  • Include as many facts as you can from the video above.
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  • You can decorate your poster with fun images too.
Ext: worksheet

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