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Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks
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Enlglish Punctuation: Question & Exclamation Marks

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  • 1. iTrackR Ed “Doctor, I’ve lost my memory!” “When did this happen?” “When did what happen?” Question & Exclamation Marks
  • 2. Go back in time... and tell me three things you learnt in our last lesson.
  • 3. Question & Exclamation Marks Learning objectives Reading: To identify and recognise question and exclamation marks Writing: To use question and exclamation marks to improve sentences
  • 4. Question and exclamation marks go at the end of a sentence instead of a full stop. Question marks can replace full stops ….? Questions often begin with the words: Who …? How …. ? Could you have done something to avoid this? When…. ? Why….?. What…? Travelled by bus?
  • 5. Question Marks When? Why? How? What? Who? Write at least four questions of your own using the words and images shown above.
  • 6. Question & Exclamation Marks ? “It doesn’t like anything, sir. It’s dead!” OR ! “Waiter! What’s the turkey like?”
  • 7. Exclamation Marks Its purpose in life is to replace the full stop in sentences, which show really strong feelings. angry Stop it! Turn it off! Don’t you dare hang up! It’s fantastic to win! Stand to attention! command surprise shouting
  • 8. Question & Exclamation Marks Write what each character is saying in the speech bubbles below. Don’t forget to use question and/or exclamation marks at the end.
  • 9. Question & Exclamation Marks Sketch your own scenes. Ask a colleague to fill in the speech bubbles.
  • 10. Don’t forget capital letters to start the sentence. Remember to include conjunctions... This isn’t easy, but with a little bit of thought you can improve your writing. Use a ‘?’ every time the sentence asks a question, and only use one ‘!’ for shouting, commands or surprise. Miss Marks The Examiner Assessment criteria: Punctuate sentences correctly so that the meaning is clear (Ws/L1.3)
  • 11. THE SUN SHINE NEWS AND GOSSIP WORLD EXCLUSIVES Task 1 write an article …. Write an article for your local or national newspaper about rubbish being dumped near a local pond, which is destroying the surrounding wildlife. Persuade your readers to volunteer and join your clean-up campaign. Don’t forgot to give dates, contact numbers etc.
  • 12. Peer Assessment Look back through the writing. Write a list of all the things you thought your partner did really well. Include things linked to the objectives, but also include things that were not. Write a list of everything s/he did right. Give examples.
  • 13. How have you used your existing skills and knowledge in today’s lesson? Text your message here
  • 14. Plenary & Self Assessment Review Objectives: Reading: were you able to identify and recognise some question and exclamation marks? Writing: were you able to add some question and exclamation marks to improve your sentences? Did you remember to complete your self assessment grid?

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