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Using Subjunctive Form Year 6 Subjunctive Form Resource Pack

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Using Subjunctive Form 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 Autumn Block 4.

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What's included in the pack?

This pack includes:

  • Using Subjunctive Form Year 6 Teaching PowerPoint.
  • Using Subjunctive Form Year 6 Varied Fluency with answers.
  • Using Subjunctive Form Year 6 Application and Reasoning with answers.

National Curriculum Objectives

English Year 6: (6G4.3) subject

English Year 6: (6G4.3) object

Differentiation:

Varied Fluency
Developing Questions to support using the subjunctive form of ‘to be’ (were) in sentences with two simple clauses. For example: If I were the teacher, I would teach music.
Expected Questions to support using the subjunctive form of a variety of verbs in sentences with two expanded clauses to express wishes or statements contrary to fact. For example: I wish you were here with me, as I really need some help with this task.
Greater Depth Questions to support using the subjunctive form of a variety of verbs in sentences with a range of clauses to express wishes, statements contrary to fact, or to convey the contents of a command. For example: Our class teacher, who was worried about us, ordered that we were to begin writing immediately, otherwise we would run out of time.

Application and Reasoning
Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Application)
Developing Write a similar sentence with two simple clauses in two different forms, using the subjunctive form of ‘to be’ (were) to express statements contrary to fact. e.g. If I were the teacher I would teach music. Using only words from a word bank.
Expected Write a similar sentence with two expanded clauses in two different forms using the subjunctive form of a variety of verbs to express statements contrary to fact. e.g. I wish you were here with me, as I really need some help with this task. Adding to words from a word bank.
Greater Depth Write a similar sentence with a range of clauses using the subjunctive form of a variety of verbs to express wishes, statements contrary to fact, or to convey the contents of a command. For example: Our class teacher, who was worried about us, ordered that we were to begin writing immediately, otherwise we would run out of time. Using the same verb in different forms, with no other words provided.

Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Application)
Developing Complete a sentence using the subjunctive form of ‘to be’ (were) to express statements contrary to fact. Using images as a prompt.
Expected Complete a sentence using the subjunctive form of a variety of verbs to express statements contrary to fact. Using images as a prompt.
Greater Depth Complete a sentence using the subjunctive form of a variety of verbs to express statements contrary to fact, wishes, or to convey the contents of a command. No images to prompt.

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Reasoning)
Developing Add the missing verb in a sentence with two simple clauses using the subjunctive form of ‘to be’ (were) to express statements contrary to fact.
Expected Add the missing verb in a sentence with two expanded clauses, using the subjunctive form of a variety of verbs to express statements contrary to fact.
Greater Depth Add the missing verb in a sentence with a range of clauses, using the subjunctive form of a variety of verbs to express statements contrary to fact, wishes, or to convey the contents of a command.

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