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Using Simple Contractions Year 2 Apostrophes Resource Pack

Using Simple Contractions Year 2 Resource Pack

Step 2: Using Simple Contractions Year 2 Resource Pack

Using Simple Contractions Year 2 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 2.

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What's included in the pack?

This pack includes:

    • Using Simple Contractions Year 2 Teaching PowerPoint.
    • Using Simple Contractions Year 2 Varied Fluency with answers.
  • Using Simple Contractions Year 2 Application and Reasoning with answers.

National Curriculum Objectives

English Year 2: (2G5.8) Apostrophes to mark where letters are missing in spelling and to mark singular possession in nouns [for example, the girl’s name]

Terminology for pupils:

Differentiation:

Varied Fluency
Developing Questions to support using simple contractions and understand that apostrophes mark where letters are missing, using words with up to 3 letters when contracted and with up to 2 letters replaced with an apostrophe, e.g. I’ll, he’s, it’s.
Expected Questions to support using simple contractions and understand that apostrophes mark where letters are missing, using words with up to 2 letters replaced with an apostrophe, e.g. can’t, isn’t, could’ve.
Greater Depth Questions to support using simple contractions and understand that apostrophes mark where letters are missing, using words with up to or more than 2 letters replaced with an apostrophe, e.g. they’d; and some use of irregular contractions e.g. won’t. Also includes contractions that can represent different omitted letters depending on their context, e.g. he’d – he had or he would.

Application and Reasoning
Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Application)
Developing Rewrite a sentence using simple contractions (words with up to 3 letters when contracted and up to 2 letters replaced with an apostrophe, e.g. I’ll, he’d, it’s).
Expected Rewrite a sentence using simple contractions (up to 2 letters replaced with an apostrophe, e.g. can’t, isn’t, could’ve).
Greater Depth Rewrite a sentence using simple contractions (words with up to and more than 2 letters replaced with an apostrophe, e.g. they’d; some use of irregular contractions, e.g. won’t; and contractions that can represent different omitted letters depending on their context, e.g. he’d – he had or he would).

Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Application)
Developing Using a word bank, build a contraction to complete a sentence (words with up to 3 letters when contracted and up to 2 letters replaced with an apostrophe, e.g. I’ll, he’d, it’s).
Expected Using a word bank, build a contraction to complete a sentence (up to 2 letters replaced with an apostrophe, e.g. can’t, isn’t, could’ve).
Greater Depth Using a word bank, circle the words to build a contraction to complete a sentence (words with up to or more than 2 letters replaced with an apostrophe, e.g. they’d; some use of irregular contractions, e.g. won’t; and contractions that can represent different omitted letters depending on their context, e.g. he’d – he had or he would).

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Reasoning)
Developing Explain any mistakes when using simple contractions (words with up to 3 letters when contracted and up to 2 letters replaced with an apostrophe, e.g. I’ll, he’d, it’s).
Expected Explain any mistakes when using simple contractions (up to 2 letters replaced with an apostrophe, e.g. can’t, isn’t, could’ve).
Greater Depth Explain any mistakes when using simple contractions (words with up to or more than 2 letters replaced with an apostrophe, e.g. they’d; some use of irregular contractions, e.g. won’t; and contractions that can represent different omitted letters depending on their context, e.g. he’d – he had or he would).

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