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  1. Friday 28th February 2014 How to run a sentence auction LQ: Can I teach children semantics in an exciting, innovative way that shows progress in twenty minutes?

  2. Welcome  Welcome to Coopers’s PD sentence auction!

  3. Introductions • We are Vicky Snell and Jude Offord, the NQTs from Coopers. • <<< This is us at our graduation  • Please feel free to ask us any questions. • We are happy to e-mail this PowerPoint and resources – please write your name on the lined piece of paper.

  4. Sentence auction: the rules • Aim: buy as many correct sentences as possible. • You’ve got £150 to spend as a group: three £20, four £10, ten £5. • Bids begin at £5. • Bids increase by £5 each bid. • You can get change. • The sentence will be sold to the highest bidder (remember: "£25 going once, £25 going twice, £25 sold to group X!"). • The winner: the group which has bought the most correct sentences.

  5. Auction assistants • You could have the auction assistant as: • Your TA • An AA ‘captain’ • A ‘naughty’

  6. Sudden death • Sudden death: if multiple groups buy the same amount of correct sentences, then the winner is decided by who has the most money left. • So…you will need to keep tabs on your money.

  7. Bank of Miss Offord rules Each time one of your team gets a sanction, we will deduct the following amounts of Miss Offord money: • C1 = £5 • C2 = £10 • C3 = £20 Don’t shout out if you think your know the answer. It spoils it for everyone.

  8. Two minutes to take your stuff, get into pairs and work out your role. • SMSC: I would suggest one of you manages money (how much have you spent/got left?), one of you needs to hold up the mini-whiteboard (perhaps you could share doing this?) and you all work together to crack these sentences! • Team one: you can differentiate this by: • Team two: mixed-ability with an AA ‘captain’ • Team three: behaviour • Team four: friendship group • Team five: numeracy kids (especially in a streaming environment like ours) • Team six: • Team seven:

  9. Sentence 1 7c1 are such an interesting bunch of students that I highly recomendteaching them.

  10. Sentence 2 Natalia’s party was a roaring success.

  11. Sentence 3 Charlotte, who loved tea parties, was stocking up on tea.

  12. Sentence 4 George and Craig werent very good at the ‘Connective-off’.

  13. Sentence 5 “Can I have a sweet-cone party”? asked Kerry.

  14. Sentence 6 Miss Offord knows who the best Y7 class is at Coopers: 7c1.

  15. Sentence 7 When Evie turned twelve, her family threw her a fabulous, friend-filled and frankly fantastic party

  16. Sentence 8 SpongeBob was a jelly: wobbly, colourful and easily moulded.

  17. Sentence 9 If they was in charge of the school, 7c1 would set more homework.

  18. Sentence 10 Thomas can't have been at a party; he told me he was going to be at school.

  19. Sentence 11 The jelly chuckled mischievously as he wobbled down the corridor.

  20. Sentence 12 7c1 had nearly finished there party planner project.

  21. Sentence 13 Did you lock the classroom door on the way to the library Miss Offord.

  22. Sentence 14 After their first lesson, 7c1 made alotof requests for Schultütenparties.

  23. Sentence 15 The number of Year 7s getting 6/6 in their semi-colon and colon tests increased steadily.

  24. Sentence 16 The first half-term had sped by as fast as a cheetah.

  25. Sentence 17 The cleaner put the punctuation hats in the bin; were really sad.

  26. Sentence 18 Miss offord liked to eat jelly when: she had taught Year 10; she had ice-cream; she needed an energy boost at break; there were no slush puppies left at the canteen.

  27. Sentence 19 7c1 had started to get to grips with PEA paragraphs; they were starting a novel next half-term for which they would need to use quotations and analysis.

  28. Sentence 20 7c1 had finished the sentence auction.

  29. Mini whiteboards at the ready… • You are going to write what you need to correct the following sentences on your boards. • What is wrong? • How you can correct it?

  30. L3 sentence correction When Evie turned twelve, her family threw her a fabulous, friend-filled and frankly fantastic party

  31. L4 sentence correction • George and Craig werent very good at the ‘Connective-off’.

  32. L5 sentence correction • The cleaner put the punctuation hats in the bin; were really sad.

  33. In silence: fifteen minute individual task • You are going to correct the incorrect sentences. • Write these out neatly in your book. • How can they be corrected? • As I will be using the random name generator, be prepared to justify why they were incorrect and how you corrected them. • Extension task! Can you see any similes, metaphors, triplets, alliteration, personification? Highlight and annotate on your sheet please. • Further extension task! Write five additional creative sentences (one simple, two compound, two complex) about the party planner project. Use sheet if stuck.

  34. Swap with person next to you. Take a red pen. We are going to mark their corrections. I will be using the random name generator. Note their score: how many did they get out of ten? And now…

  35. 7c1 are such an interesting bunch of students that I highly recomend teaching them. 7c1 are such an interesting bunch of students that I highly recomend teaching them. Sentence 1

  36. Sentence 2 Natalia’s party was a roaring success. Natalia’s party was a roaring success.

  37. Sentence 3 Charlotte, who loved tea parties, was stocking up on tea. Charlotte, who loved tea parties, was stocking up on tea.

  38. Sentence 4 George and Craig werent very good at the ‘Connective-off’. George and Craig werent very good at the ‘Connective-off’.

  39. Sentence 5 “Can I have a sweet-cone party”? asked Kerry. “Can I have a sweet-cone party”? asked Kerry.

  40. Sentence 6 Miss Offord knows who the best Y7 class is at Coopers: 7c1. Miss Offord knows who the best Y7 class is at Coopers: 7c1.

  41. When Evie turned twelve, her family threw her a fabulous, friend-filled and frankly fantastic party Sentence 7 When Evie turned twelve, her family threw her a fabulous, friend-filled and frankly fantastic party

  42. SpongeBob was a jelly: wobbly, colourful and easily moulded. Sentence 8 SpongeBob was a jelly: wobbly, colourful and easily moulded.

  43. If they was in charge of the school, 7c1 would set more homework. Sentence 9 If they was in charge of the school, 7c1 would set more homework.

  44. Thomas can't have been at a party; he told me he was going to be at school. Sentence 10 Thomas can't have been at a party; he told me he was going to be at school.

  45. The jelly chuckled mischievously as he wobbled down the corridor. Sentence 11 The jelly chuckled mischievously as he wobbled down the corridor.

  46. 7c1 had nearly finished there party planner project. Sentence 12 7c1 had nearly finished there party planner project.

  47. Did you lock the classroom door on the way to the library Miss Offord. Sentence 13 Did you lock the classroom door on the way to the library Miss Offord.

  48. After their first lesson, 7c1 made alot of requests for Schultüten parties. Sentence 14 After their first lesson, 7c1 made alotof requests for Schultütenparties.

  49. The number of Year 7s getting 6/6 in their semi-colon and colon tests increased steadily. Sentence 15 The number of Year 7s getting 6/6 in their semi-colon and colon tests increased steadily.

  50. The first half-term had sped by as fast as a cheetah. Sentence 16 The first half-term had sped by as fast as a cheetah.