This Spring Year 3 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 17 questions linked to all of the small steps in Spring; a mark scheme with content domain coverage, small step coverage with suggested levels and a teacher assessment spreadsheet to identify pupils working at Year 3 Emerging, Year 3 Developing, Year 3 Expected or Year 3 Greater Depth. These levels are currently provided as a guideline only.
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This pack includes:
1.What is an Adverb? – not just –ly words which tell you how a verb is done. Discuss the different types of adverbs – how (usually –ly words), how often, when the verb was done and where
2.Using Adverbs to Express Time – then, next, soon
3.Using Adverbs to Express Place – here, there, nowhere, everywhere
4.Using Adverbs to Express Cause – therefore
5.Using Adverbs to Express Time, Place and Cause
Spring Block 2 Prepositions
1.What is a Preposition? – explains more about the noun – tells you where the noun is
2.Prepositional Phrases – turn a preposition into a phrase
3.Using Prepositions to Express Time – before, after, during, in March, on Sunday, at 3pm
4.Using Prepositions to Express Place – in the box, on, above
5.Using Prepositions to Express Cause – because of , on account of, ‘our sales increase through effective marketing’
6.Using Prepositions to Express Time, Place and Cause
Spring Block 3 Speech
1.Direct Speech – identifying direct speech in sentences – no punctuation
2.Punctuating Direct Speech – using inverted commas to demarcate direct speech in given sentences
3.Writing Direct Speech – using inverted commas to write out direct speech – given conversations like the text message lesson
Spring Block 4 Tenses
1.Introducing Present Perfect – Auxiliary verb (present – have [past – had, future – will have]) + Past Participle (-ed or –en verbs) i.e. I have walked home.
2.Recognising the Present Perfect Form in Sentences – comparing simple past and present perfect
3.Using the Present Perfect Form in Sentences – converting from one to the other
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