Using Adverbs to Indicate Degrees of Possibility Year 5 Adverbs Resource Pack

Using Adverbs to Indicate Degrees of Possibility Year 5 Resources

Step 4: Using Adverbs to Indicate Degrees of Possibility Year 5 Autumn Block 4 Resources

Using Adverbs to Indicate Degrees of Possibility Year 5 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 Autumn Block 4.

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This pack includes:

  • Using Adverbs to Indicate Degrees of Possibility Year 5 Teaching PowerPoint.
  • Using Adverbs to Indicate Degrees of Possibility Year 5 Varied Fluency with answers.
  • Using Adverbs to Indicate Degrees of Possibility Year 5 Application and Reasoning with answers.

National Curriculum Objectives

English Year 5: (5G1.6) Using adverbs to indicate degrees of possibility
English Year 5: (5G1.6) Indicating degrees of possibility using adverbs [for example, perhaps, surely]

 

Differentiation:

Varied Fluency
Developing Questions to support using adverbs to show certainty or uncertainty in single-clause sentences. For example, ‘It is likely you will win the contest.’
Expected Questions to support using adverbs to show certainty or uncertainty in multi-clause sentences. Includes sentences with different types of adverbs. For example, ‘The children were unlikely to tiptoe into the playground as they would all be too keen to run around and scream.’
Greater Depth Questions to support using adverbs to show certainty or uncertainty in multi-clause sentences. Includes sentences with different types of adverbs. Uses adverbs to show certainty in negative situations. For example, ‘Maybe she forgot her medical appointment this afternoon because she was very busy at work and lost track of time.’

Application and Reasoning
Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Reasoning)
Developing Use an adverb which shows certainty or uncertainty in single-clause sentences. For example, ‘It is likely you will win the contest.’
Expected Use an adverb which shows certainty or uncertainty in multi-clause sentences. Includes sentences with different types of adverbs. For example, ‘The children were unlikely to tiptoe into the playground as they would all be too keen to run around and scream.’
Greater Depth Use an adverb which clearly shows certainty or uncertainty in multi-clause sentences. Includes sentences with different types of adverbs. Uses adverbs to show certainty in negative situations. For example, ‘Maybe she forgot her medical appointment this afternoon because she was very busy at work and lost track of time.’

Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Application)
Developing Rewrite a sentence to create two different degrees of certainty by changing the adverb in a single-clause sentence.
Expected Rewrite a sentence to create two different degrees of certainty by changing the adverb in a multi-clause sentence. Includes sentences with different types of adverbs.
Greater Depth Rewrite a sentence to create two different degrees of certainty by changing the adverb in a multi-clause sentence. Includes sentences with different types of adverbs. Uses adverbs to show certainty in negative situations.

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Reasoning)
Developing Identify the sentence with the most or least certainty using adverbs which show certainty or uncertainty in single-clause sentences.
Expected Identify the sentence with the most or least certainty using an adverb which shows certainty or uncertainty in multi-clause sentences. Includes sentences with different types of adverbs.
Greater Depth Identify the sentence with the most or least certainty using a complex adverbs in multi-clause sentences that show certainty or uncertainty in multi-clause sentences. Includes sentences with different types of adverbs. Uses adverbs to show certainty in negative situations.

 

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