This Spring Year 2 GPS Assessment Resource Pack has been created to assess pupil knowledge of all the blocks and small steps covered so far in the Spring term. The pack includes an SATs style assessment with 23 questions linked to all of the small steps in Autumn; a mark scheme with content domain coverage, small step coverage with suggested levels and a teacher assessment spreadsheet to identify pupils working at Year 2 Emerging, Year 2 Developing, Year 2 Expected or Year 2 Greater Depth. These levels are currently provided as a guideline only.
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This pack includes:
1.Different types of verbs – action/to be
2.What are Adverbs – describing verbs
3.Adding –ly (to words)
4.Exceptions to the rule – i.e. fastly, etc.
5.Recognising Adverbs in sentences
6.Using Adverbs in Sentences
Spring Block 2 Apostrophes
1.Recognising simple contractions – can’t, didn’t, hasn’t, couldn’t, it’s, I’ll
2.Using simple contractions
3.Introducing possession – something belonging to something else, i.e. the rug belongs to the man – the man’s rug
4.Plural or possessive? – consolidate the difference between the two, give lots of opportunities to practise spotting the difference
5.What words don’t need apostrophes? – possessive pronouns such as his, hers, theirs, ITS, ours,
Spring 3 Sentence Types 2
1.Recognising Exclamations – introduce using what and how as exclamation sentences, the difference between exclamations and questions
2.Using Exclamations – What + noun phrase + pronoun + verb!, How + adjective + pronoun/determiner + verb!
5.All four sentence types – SATs style questions?
Spring 4 Tenses
1.Recognising simple past and simple present – correct verb tenses Using nouns and verbs in sentences (Present tense) – introduce the term ‘present tense’, using nouns and verbs in sentences (Past tense) – introduce the term ‘past tense’, i.e. understanding that the verb is what affects the tense.
2.Using simple past and present – correct verb tenses
3.Recognising past progressive tense
4.Using past progressive tense
5.Recognising present progressive tense
6.Using present progressive tense
Spring Block 5 Suffixes 1
1.Compound nouns – whiteboard, superman, exceptions to the rule, i.e. strawberry
2.Adding ‘-ment’, ‘-er’ and ‘-ness’ – ‘-ment’ comes from the spelling appendix, exceptions i.e. argument, -er e.g. teacher, reader, catcher
Adding ‘-ful’ and ‘less’
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