Explain the Meaning of the Modal Verb KS2 SATs GPS Test Practice

Explain the Meaning of the Modal Verb KS2

Explain the Meaning of the Modal Verb KS2 GPS SATs Questions

Explain the Meaning of the Modal Verb KS2 SATs Test Practice 2018 questions have been taken from the KS2 GPS test to help your children practise specific question types.

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National Curriculum Objectives

Year 5 English: (5G4.1c) Using modal verbs to indicate degrees of possibility

Differentiation:

Beginner Explain how the modal verb changes the meaning of the sentence where common modal verbs are used: can, could, should, may, shall, might, must, will, would. Aimed at Year 5 Developing.

Easy Explain how the modal verb changes the meaning of the sentence where common modal verbs are used and the semi-modal verbs ‘ought to’ and ‘used to’. Aimed at Year 5 Expected.

Tricky Explain how the modal verb changes the meaning of the sentence where a variety of modal verbs are used, including in the past tense, in the negative form and using words which can be used to create modal expressions such as ‘dare to’, ‘need to’, had better’ and ‘rather’. Aimed at Year 5 Greater Depth/Year 6 Developing.

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