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Longfield Primary School Hiral Kelly. Key Stage 2 literacy workshop. We will be looking at:. Grammar Improving writing - VCOP Up levelling Features of different Genres Talk for Writing Opportunities for writing Games. Grammar.

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Longfield primary school hiral kelly

Longfield Primary School

Hiral Kelly

Key Stage 2 literacy workshop


We will be looking at
We will be looking at:

  • Grammar

  • Improving writing - VCOP

  • Up levelling

  • Features of different Genres

  • Talk for Writing

  • Opportunities for writing

  • Games


Grammar
Grammar

  • Basic sentence structure – verbs / nouns / adverbs / adjectives / pronouns / prepositions

  • Compound sentences – and / so etc

  • Complex Sentences

  • Main clause / sub-ordinate clause

  • Punctuation


Word types
Word Types

Can you identify the different word types in the sentence below? :

Jim accidently crashed his car into the huge tree.

Conjunction Verbs Pronoun

Adjective Preposition Nouns

Adverbs


Word types1
Word Types...

Noun adverb pronoun preposition

Jim accidently crashed his car into the huge tree.

verb noun adjective


Compound Sentences

Compound sentence –2 sentences joined with a connective.

I enjoy reading. I don’t enjoy cooking


Becomes :

I enjoy reading BUT I do not like cooking.

I enjoy reading HOWEVER I do not enjoy cooking.


Examples of connectives:

Although because since if

While when which next

after however later although

Despite so even though in addition to


Your go
Your go...

Ben is thoughtful. He always plays with me when I’m lonely.

Kate walked home from school slowly. She was tired.

Babies cry all of the time. They can get some attention from their mum.


Complex sentences
Complex sentences

The girl walked into the classroom.

A sentence becomes complex when MORE detail or INFORMATION is added to the sentence.

This information cannot stand on its own as a sentence.


The girl walked into the classroom.

The girl, who had long red hair, walked swiftly into the classroom.


The girl walked into the classroom.

The girl, who had long red hair, walked swiftly into the classroom.

The girl, who was now feeling extremely nervous, walked steadily into the classroom, which by now was filled with peoplewho were busily getting ready for the start of the day.


Complex sentences cont
Complex Sentences cont..

Clauses

Although I was scared, I crept into the house.

Subordinate Clause Main Clause


The boy, who was 10, jumped.


The boy, who was 10, jumped.

Main Clause

Here, the main clause has been split to include the subordinate clause.


Grammar tenses
Grammar - Tenses...

Present

I am goingI am runningI am eatingI am playingI am drinking

I am buyingI am workingI am fightingI am tryingI am sittingI am walkingI am cookingI am flyingI am shopping

Future

I will goI will runI will eatI will playI will drink

I will buyI will workI will fightI will tryI will sitI will walkI will cookI will flyI will shop

Past

I went/ I have gone

I ran/ I have run

I ate/ I have eaten

I played

I drank/ I have drunk

I bought

I worked

I fought

I tried

I sat

I walked

I cooked

I flew/ I have flown

I shopped


VCOP

  • Vocabulary – varying words for nice/said/went/large/small etc

  • Connectives – building on and / but / so

  • Openers – What can a sentence start with?

  • Punctuation – Yes, please!


Up levelling
Up levelling..

  • Spoken language – Talk for Writing

  • Written language


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VCOP

. ?

. ? , !

. ‘ , ... ? ! “ ”

“ ” ; , ... ( ) ? . !

Punctuation Pyramid


The...

My... I...

VCOP

First... Then... Next... So...

Last... But... Another thing...

The last time... Soon... At last

If... Another time... Because... After

Another thing... After a while...

Although... Afterwards... Before...

Eventually... Sometimes... Often...

Never... Always... Besides... Even though... Before the/the

Meanwhile... Before very long... However... In addition to... Despite...

An important thing... We always... If/then... I felt as... Although I had...

I discovered... Having decided... I actually... Due to... As time went...

Use of adjectives e.g. The golden sun, The grumpy old man, etc.

Having...

Use complex sentences appropriately.

Vary sentence length and word order to keep the reader interested.

Openers Pyramid


and

VCOP

but so then

because when

if after while as well as

although however also besides

even though never the less

in addition to contrary to despite so as to

Use complex sentence structures appropriately.

Vary sentence length and word order to keep your reader interested.

Connectives Pyramid


so...

first...

because...

exciting...

afraid... lonely...

next... interesting...

VCOP

beautiful... awful...

enormous... fierce...

adventure... accident... magic...

gigantic... weird... freezing... quietly...

braveness... happiness... joy... sadness... fear...

transport... shelter... baggage... companion... vehicle...

thunderous... fearful... marvellous... attractive... generously...

echo... nervously... worriedly... patiently... feelings... courage...

experience... peak... patience... wasteland... container... furnishings...

robe...

sensitive/ly... timid/ly... aggressively... imaginatively... unfortunate... murderous...

echoing... doubtful... emotion... anxiety... longing... progress (noun)... system...

communication... ingredient... vibration... prefer... nourish... demonstrate... enjoy... leap...

outstanding/ly... tender/ly... biological/ly... formidable... outspoken... stern... comical... pathetic...

yearning... dwell... dine... progress (verb)... create... adore... foreboding... speculation... silhouette...

terrain... apparel... vision... atmosphere...

Vocabulary Pyramid


Opportunities for writing
Opportunities for Writing

  • Blogs

  • Email

  • Letters / postcards

  • Diary

  • Lists


Games
Games

  • Silly Sentences

    In pairs, 1 person writes a noun on their board and 1 writes a adjective; create a sentence using the 2 – can be extended to include different word types.

  • I spy with a difference -


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