1. iTrackR Ed
“Doctor, I’ve lost
“When did this
“When did what
Question & Exclamation
2. Go back in time... and tell me three
things you learnt in our last lesson.
3. Question & Exclamation Marks
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:
How …. ?
Could you have
to avoid this?
Travelled by bus?
5. Question Marks
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
the turkey like?”
7. Exclamation Marks
Its purpose in life is to replace the full stop in sentences, which
show really strong feelings.
Turn it off!
dare hang up!
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
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
correctly so that
the meaning is
NEWS AND GOSSIP
Task 1 write an article ….
Write an article
for your local or
near a local
pond, which is
volunteer and join
Don’t forgot to
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
Write a list of everything s/he did right.
13. How have you
Text your message here
14. Plenary & Self Assessment
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?