YEAR 4 PUNCTUATION INTERACTIVE  LESSON
Punctuation Making Sense of Writing
Punctuation Type in your name and send Next Page
Capital Letters <ul><li>We need these to begin a new sentence. </li></ul><ul><li>For proper nouns which are the names of p...
Capital Letters <ul><li>We need these to begin a new sentence. </li></ul><ul><li>For proper nouns which are the names of p...
Capital Letters <ul><li>We need these to begin a new sentence. </li></ul><ul><li>For proper nouns which are the names of p...
Proper Nouns <ul><li>J enny, who lived in  K ing  S treet,  M anchester, had a pet frog who liked to jump in the air.  S h...
Proper Nouns <ul><li>j enny, who lived in  p rincess  a venue,  barton , had a pet frog who liked to jump in the air she w...
Why do we need full stops? <ul><li>Full stops  are needed to divide up sentences so that we know where to pause . </li></u...
Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza   he was getting fed up with it   he decided ...
Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza   he was getting fed up with it   he decided ...
Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza   he was getting fed up with it   he decided ...
Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza.   He was getting fed up with it   he decided...
Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza.   He was getting fed up with it   he decided...
Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza.   He was getting fed up with it.   He decide...
Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza.   He was getting fed up with it.   He decide...
Commas <ul><li>We need commas to  separate items  in a  list . </li></ul><ul><li>She had a ham sandwich ,  a drink, a jell...
Commas <ul><li>We need commas to  separate items  in a  list . </li></ul><ul><li>She had a ham sandwich ,  a drink, a jell...
Any other reason for commas? <ul><li>We also use commas to  separate   clauses  in complex sentences. </li></ul><ul><li>Th...
Question marks <ul><li>Of course we use  question marks  when a question is asked. This often occurs when characters use s...
Speech marks <ul><li>We let the reader know when someone is speaking by putting  speech marks  around the  spoken  words. ...
Speech marks <ul><li>We let the reader know when someone is speaking by putting  speech marks  around the  spoken  words. ...
Exclamation marks! <ul><li>Exclamation marks are used to emphasise meaning. It could be to :- </li></ul><ul><li>Give a wor...
What shall we do now? <ul><li>First you must use  capitals  and  full stops . Read it out loud to yourself. Identify each ...
CHECK  PUNCTUATION. <ul><li>You will all have a punctuation check list. </li></ul><ul><li>Use it every time you do a piece...
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Student Voting System Year 4 Punctuation

  1. 1. YEAR 4 PUNCTUATION INTERACTIVE LESSON
  2. 2. Punctuation Making Sense of Writing
  3. 3. Punctuation Type in your name and send Next Page
  4. 4. Capital Letters <ul><li>We need these to begin a new sentence. </li></ul><ul><li>For proper nouns which are the names of people, places, book and film titles. </li></ul><ul><li>Can you think of any proper nouns which need a capital letter? </li></ul>Next Page
  5. 5. Capital Letters <ul><li>We need these to begin a new sentence. </li></ul><ul><li>For proper nouns which are the names of people, places, book and film titles. </li></ul><ul><li>Which word in this sentence by Mr jinks should have a capital letter but does not? </li></ul>Next Page
  6. 6. Capital Letters <ul><li>We need these to begin a new sentence. </li></ul><ul><li>For proper nouns which are the names of people, places, book and film titles. </li></ul><ul><li>Which word in this sentence should have a capital letter but does not? </li></ul><ul><li>Burton is a town on the river trent. </li></ul>Next Page
  7. 7. Proper Nouns <ul><li>J enny, who lived in K ing S treet, M anchester, had a pet frog who liked to jump in the air. S he wrote a book about it called T he L eaping F rog. </li></ul>How many capital letters are there in this sentence? Next Page
  8. 8. Proper Nouns <ul><li>j enny, who lived in p rincess a venue, barton , had a pet frog who liked to jump in the air she wrote a book about it called T he leaping frog. </li></ul>How many capital letters should there be in this sentence? Next Page
  9. 9. Why do we need full stops? <ul><li>Full stops are needed to divide up sentences so that we know where to pause . </li></ul><ul><li>They are used when we have finished saying one thing, and we are going on to say something else . </li></ul>Next Page
  10. 10. Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza he was getting fed up with it he decided to give the rest to the dog the dog was happy </li></ul>Next Page
  11. 11. Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza he was getting fed up with it he decided to give the rest to the dog the dog was happy </li></ul>Should there be a full stop here? Next Page
  12. 12. Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza he was getting fed up with it he decided to give the rest to the dog the dog was happy </li></ul>Should there be a full stop here? Next Page
  13. 13. Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza. He was getting fed up with it he decided to give the rest to the dog the dog was happy </li></ul>Should there be a full stop here? Next Page
  14. 14. Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza. He was getting fed up with it he decided to give the rest to the dog the dog was happy </li></ul>Should there be a full stop here? Next Page
  15. 15. Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza. He was getting fed up with it. He decided to give the rest to the dog the dog was happy </li></ul>Should there be a full stop here? Next Page
  16. 16. Can you spot where we need full stops? <ul><li>Sean was eating a large pizza. He was getting fed up with it. He decided to give the rest to the dog. The dog was happy </li></ul>Should there be a full stop here? Next Page
  17. 17. Commas <ul><li>We need commas to separate items in a list . </li></ul><ul><li>She had a ham sandwich , a drink, a jelly , and a chocolate bar for lunch. </li></ul>Next Page
  18. 18. Commas <ul><li>We need commas to separate items in a list . </li></ul><ul><li>She had a ham sandwich , a drink, a jelly , and a chocolate bar for lunch. </li></ul>How many things are there in this list? Next Page
  19. 19. Any other reason for commas? <ul><li>We also use commas to separate clauses in complex sentences. </li></ul><ul><li>The boy was playing with a football , which had been signed by Wayne Rooney. </li></ul>Next Page
  20. 20. Question marks <ul><li>Of course we use question marks when a question is asked. This often occurs when characters use speech. </li></ul>Can you all hear me? Next Page
  21. 21. Speech marks <ul><li>We let the reader know when someone is speaking by putting speech marks around the spoken words. </li></ul><ul><li>“ I will be on TV some day, ” announced Jimmy. “ Just you wait and see. ” </li></ul>Next Page
  22. 22. Speech marks <ul><li>We let the reader know when someone is speaking by putting speech marks around the spoken words. How many speech marks should there be here: </li></ul><ul><li>I will be on TV some day, announced Jimmy. </li></ul><ul><li>That’ll be the day, said Agata. </li></ul>Where do the speech marks go? Next Page
  23. 23. Exclamation marks! <ul><li>Exclamation marks are used to emphasise meaning. It could be to :- </li></ul><ul><li>Give a word more strength </li></ul><ul><li>Show someone is shouting </li></ul><ul><li>Add a sense of urgency </li></ul>HELP ! Next Page
  24. 24. What shall we do now? <ul><li>First you must use capitals and full stops . Read it out loud to yourself. Identify each sentence. </li></ul><ul><li>Have you used a capital for proper nouns ? </li></ul><ul><li>Check if you have long sentences or lists that need dividing up with commas . </li></ul><ul><li>Have you used any questions? What do you need ? </li></ul><ul><li>Have you shown when a character is speaking ? </li></ul><ul><li>Do you wish to emphasise any words? </li></ul>Next Page
  25. 25. CHECK PUNCTUATION. <ul><li>You will all have a punctuation check list. </li></ul><ul><li>Use it every time you do a piece of writing. </li></ul><ul><li>C . , ? “ ___ ” ! </li></ul>End of slide show
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