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Recognising Fronted Adverbials 2 Year 4 Fronted Adverbials Resource Pack

Recognising Fronted Adverbials 2 Year 4 Resources

Step 6: Recognising Fronted Adverbials 2 Year 4 Autumn Block 3 Resources

Recognising Fronted Adverbials 2 Year 4 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 Autumn Block 3.

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What's included in the pack?

This pack includes:

  • Recognising Fronted Adverbials 2 Year 4 Teaching PowerPoint.
  • Recognising Fronted Adverbials 2 Year 4 Varied Fluency with answers.
  • Recognising Fronted Adverbials 2 Year 4 Application and Reasoning with answers.

National Curriculum Objectives

Year 4: (4G5.6b) Using fronted adverbials

Year 4: (4G5.6b) Fronted adverbials [for example, Later that day, I heard the bad news.]

Year 4: (4G5.6b) Using commas after fronted adverbials

Year 4: (4G5.6b) Use commas after fronted adverbials

Terminology for pupils:

Differentiation:

Varied Fluency
Developing Questions to support identifying the types of fronted adverbials. Including place and manner when used in sentences with one or two simple clauses. For example: Carefully, I closed the bedroom door because the baby was asleep.
Expected Questions to support identifying the types of fronted adverbials. Including time, place, manner and frequency when used in sentences with two extended clauses. For example: In the garden, the trembling bunny hid under the decking, so the dog couldn’t catch her.
Greater Depth Questions to support identifying the types of fronted adverbials. Including time, place, manner, frequency and degree when used in sentences with multiple clauses and adverbials. For example: Barely awake, the annoying teenager gradually climbed out of bed, tottered down the stairs, so he could watch his baby brother open his birthday presents.

Application and Reasoning
Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Application)
Developing Identify which fronted adverbials (showing place or manner) do or do not fit in a sentence with one or two simple clauses. For example: At the gate, the dog continued to bark.
Expected Identify which fronted adverbials (showing time, place, manner or frequency) do or do not fit in a sentence with two extended clauses. For example: At the gate, the dog continued to bark loudly at the postman, so he refused to deliver the post.
Greater Depth Identify which fronted adverbials (showing time, place, manner, frequency, or degree) do or do not fit in a sentence with multiple clauses and adverbials. For example: At the gate, my dog continued to bark aggressively at the postman, so he refused to deliver the post and shouted at me until I locked Scruffy in the back garden.

Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Application)
Developing Identify the type of fronted adverbials (place or manner) used in a sentence and punctuate correctly.
Expected Identify the type of fronted adverbials (time, place, manner or frequency) used in a sentence and punctuate correctly.
Greater Depth Identify the type of fronted adverbial (time, place, manner, frequency or degree) used in a sentence and punctuate correctly.

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Reasoning)
Developing Check accuracy in a sentence containing a fronted adverbial (showing place or manner).
Expected Check accuracy in a sentence containing a fronted adverbial (showing time, place, manner or frequency).
Greater Depth Check accuracy in an sentence containing a fronted adverbial (showing time, place, manner, frequency or degree).

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