Consolidating Apostrophes Year 2 Consolidation Resource Pack

Consolidating Apostrophes Year 2 Resource Pack

Step 10: Consolidating Apostrophes Year 2 Resource Pack

Consolidating Apostrophes Year 2 Resource Pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency and application and reasoning resources. This pack is designed to work alongside our GPS Scheme of Work for Summer Block 2.

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What's included in the pack?

This pack includes:

  • Consolidating Apostrophes Year 2 Teaching PowerPoint.
  • Consolidating Apostrophes Year 2 Varied Fluency with answers.
  • Consolidating Apostrophes Year 2 Application and Reasoning with answers.

National Curriculum Objectives

English Year 2: (2G5.8) Apostrophes to mark where letters are missing in spelling and to mark singular possession in nouns [for example, the girl’s name]

Terminology for pupils:

Differentiation:

Varied Fluency
Developing Questions to support recognising and using apostrophes for contraction and possession. Contractions are up to 4 letters when contracted and have up to 2 letters replaced e.g. I’ll, he’ll, it’s. Nouns used for possession are phonetically regular or high frequency words and do not end in s.
Expected Questions to support recognising and using apostrophes for contraction and possession. Contractions are up to 6 letters when contracted and have up to 2 letters replaced e.g. can’t, isn’t, what’s. Nouns used for possession are phonetically regular or high frequency words, some ending with s.
Greater Depth Questions to support recognising and using apostrophes for contraction and possession. Contractions are 6 or more letters when contracted and/or have more than 2 letters replaced e.g. wouldn’t, couldn’t and exceptions e.g. won’t. Nouns used for possession include nouns that are phonetically irregular and nouns that are less common, including nouns that end with s.

Application and Reasoning
Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Application)
Developing Use a word bank to create two contractions and use in sentences. Contractions are up to 4 letters when contracted and have up to 2 letters replaced e.g. I’ll, he’ll, it’s.
Expected Use a word bank to create three contractions and use in sentences. Contractions are up to 6 letters when contracted and have up to 2 letters replaced e.g. can’t, isn’t, what’s.
Greater Depth Use a word bank to create four contractions and in sentences. Contractions are 6 or more letters when contracted with more than 2 letters replaced e.g. wouldn’t, couldn’t and exceptions e.g. won’t.

Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Reasoning)
Developing Given two sentences, explain which sentence needs an apostrophe for possession. Nouns used for possession are phonetically regular or high frequency words and do not end in s.
Expected Given two sentences, explain which sentence needs an apostrophe for possession. Nouns used for possession are phonetically regular or high frequency words, some ending with s.
Greater Depth Given three sentences, explain which sentence(s) needs an apostrophe for possession. Nouns used for possession include nouns that are phonetically irregular and nouns that are less common, including nouns that end with s.

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Reasoning)
Developing Explain if sentences have been correctly punctuated using apostrophes for contraction and possession. Differentiation as above.
Expected Explain if sentences have been correctly punctuated using apostrophes for contraction and possession. Differentiation as above.
Greater Depth Explain if sentences have been correctly punctuated using apostrophes for contraction and possession. Differentiation as above.

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