GPSYear 6Spring Block 4 (Punctuation 2)04 Using Dashes to Mark Boundaries › Using Dashes to Mark Boundaries Year 6 Punctuation 2 Resource Pack

Using Dashes to Mark Boundaries Year 6 Punctuation 2 Resource Pack

Using Dashes to Mark Boundaries Year 6 Resource Pack

Step 4: Using Dashes to Mark Boundaries Year 6 Resource Pack

Using Dashes to Mark Boundaries Year 6 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 Spring Block 4.

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What's included in the pack?

This pack includes:

  • Using Dashes to Mark Boundaries Year 6 Teaching PowerPoint.
  • Using Dashes to Mark Boundaries Year 6 Varied Fluency with answers.
  • Using Dashes to Mark Boundaries Year 6 Application and Reasoning with answers.

 

National Curriculum Objectives

English Year 6: (6G5.12) Using dashes to mark boundaries between independent clauses

Differentiation:

Varied Fluency
Developing Questions to support using dashes to mark boundaries in sentences with up to two clauses. For example: I have the most difficult exam tomorrow – biology.
Expected Questions to support using dashes to mark boundaries in sentences with up to three clauses. For example: The exam – as Mr Ullman had said – covered everything they had studied that term, including plant biology.
Greater Depth Questions to support using dashes within multi-clause sentences. For example: The exam – as Mrs Khan had advised – covered everything they had studied that term, including plant biology (which Lucie found particularly hard).

Application and Reasoning
Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Application)
Developing Identify and explain errors when using dashes to mark boundaries in sentences with up to two clauses. For example: I have the most difficult exam tomorrow – biology.
Expected Identify and explain errors when using dashes to mark boundaries in sentences with up to three clauses. For example: The exam – as Mr Ullman had said – covered everything they had studied that term, including plant biology.
Greater Depth Identify and explain errors when using dashes within multi-clause sentences. For example: The exam – as Mrs Khan had advised – covered everything they had studied that term, including plant biology (which Lucie found particularly hard).

Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Application)
Developing Use dashes to insert extra information in sentences with up to two clauses. For example: My last exam – the most difficult yet – is tomorrow.
Expected Use dashes to insert extra information in sentences with up to three clauses. For example: The exam – as Mr Ullman had said – covered everything they had studied that term, including plant biology.
Greater Depth Use dashes to insert extra information within multi-clause sentences. For example: The exam – as Mrs Khan had advised – covered everything they had studied that term, including plant biology (which Lucie found particularly hard).

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Reasoning)
Developing Write a sentence about an image that incorporates dashes and two clauses. For example: I have the most difficult exam tomorrow – biology.
Expected Write a sentence about an image that incorporates dashes and three clauses. For example: The exam – as Mr Ullman had said – covered everything they had studied that term, including plant biology.
Greater Depth Write a sentence about an image that incorporates dashes within multi-clause sentences. For example: The exam – as Mrs Khan had advised – covered everything they had studied that term, including plant biology (which Lucie found particularly hard).

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