1 Grammar in the new Curriculum At the end of Year 2 and year 6, children will take SATs in: Reading English grammar, punctuation and spelling Maths This is not the only reason to focus on grammar!
2 Intended Outcomes for this evening Knowledge and understanding of terminology Knowledge of progression Examples of activities and resources
3 What is grammar? Is it naming parts? Grammar is the key to language integration of vocabulary, punctuation and structure to shape meaning
4 Grammar is a set of skills Choosing the right word for the job; Constructing and manipulating sentences to create different effects; Tying texts together so that writing is linked and flows. Pie Corbett, Jumpstart Grammar
5 Whole to Part Text Paragraph Sentence Phrase Word (class) noun, verb, adjective, adverb, etc. Morphemic elements suffixes, prefixes, inflections, etc. Graphemes phonic knowledge
6 Key Terminology KS1 Year 1 letter, capital letter, word, singular, plural, sentence, punctuation, full stop, question mark, exclamation mark Year 2 noun, noun phrase, statement, question, exclamation, command, compound, suffix, adjective, adverb, verb, tense (past, present), apostrophe, comma
7 Activity 1 Hornfloggle P u t t h i s i n a s e n t e n c e a s a n o u n. P u t t h i s i n a s e n t e n c e a s a v e r b. P u t t h i s i n a s e n t e n c e a s a a d j e c t i v e. H o w d i d y o u c h a n g e t h e w o r d?
8 KS1 Grammar and Punctuation paper
9 KS2 Grammar and Punctuation Paper
10 Key Terminology Lower KS2 Year 3 preposition, conjunction, word family, prefix, clause, subordinate clause, direct speech, consonant, consonant letter vowel, vowel letter, inverted commas (speech marks) Year 4 determiner, pronoun, possessive pronoun, adverbial Are you unsure of the meaning for any of these words?
12 Activity 2 How many different synonyms for the word said can you find in 60 seconds?
13 Making the leap from talk to writing We need a common language to explain our grammatical choices metalanguage. We must identify and discuss the similarities and differences between talk and writing.
14 The Big Ideas Word Classes Adding Prefixes/ Suffixes Sentence work Punctuation Cohesion
15 Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbs What? keystones of sentences Give readers a specific reference; capture the main gist of the text engines of sentences Have control of the clauses; express action and the state of affairs Add vivid, dramatic impact; build up a picture by adding detail Effect the meaning of verbs by enlarging the range of meaning; Add colour and detail to the action; How to use them? Use precise nouns to create powerful pictures in the reader s mind Use powerful verbs to let the reader know how the character is feeling These must be necessary by telling the reader something new or unexpected. Think about careful positioning to improve sentences.
16 Preposition Determiner Pronoun Conjunction Kelly Ashley Consultancy What? Talk about the position of things; Used to express relationships of space and time (examples in, on, until, by, beside, for, at, from, with) Comes before a noun (examples - a, an, the, this, that, those, all, each, no, my, each) Words that stand for a noun or a noun phrase (examples I, my, that, they, you, one, it) Joining words; Used to join words, phrases, clauses and sentences together (examples and, or, but, because, if, when, however, although, until) How to use them? It is important to choose the most appropriate preposition that fits into the phrase. Where is the action taking place? Used to specify the number and definiteness of the noun These must be consistent. These help the writer to make links between ideas. We need to use a range of conjunctions to express complex thoughts and ideas.
17 Activity 3 Can you enhance this sentence? A dog ran across a road.
18 Making sense of tense Simple present (adding -s) Simple past (adding -ed) Present perfect (present have + verb with -ed) Past perfect (past had + verb with -ed) Modals and adverbials Future
19 Activity 4 KS2 Grammar and Punctuation paper
20 Sentence Type Reason for Use Example Short To build tension They ran. Long To add information As the door slammed shut, Billy turned around to peer into the room, gripped his torch and advanced uneasily. Statement For clarity and impact Camels are large animals. Compound For ease and flow Jack was hungry and Bill was full. Complex To show links between ideas and to add in extra information After the rain stopped, they went inside. Question To draw the reader in Do you use questions to involve the reader? Exclamation To grab the reader s attention Make the reader sit up! Jumpstart Literacy, Pie Corbett Page 46
21 Oral Rehearsal
22 Punctuation Punctuation provides boundaries in writing and helps to express emphasis and additional meaning we express in other ways when we talk. Punctuation helps to chunk sense. In speech, a combination of intonation, rhythm, tone of voice and pause is used to mark sense-units. Punctuation performs these functions in writing.
23 Punctuation Progression KS1 Year 1 capital letter, full stop, exclamation mark, question mark Year 2 commas in a list, apostrophes (contraction and possession)
24 Activity 5 Contractions seem to be a favourite!
25 Punctuation progression continued: KS2 Year 3 - inverted commas Year 4 speech punctuation, apostrophes for plural possession, commas for clauses and phrases Year 5 brackets, dashes, commas to indicate parenthesis, commas to clarify meaning or avoid ambiguity Year 6 - ellipsis, semi colon, colon, dash, bullet points to list information, hyphen
26 Activity 6 Which sentence uses an apostrophe correctly? 1. The children s clothes were hanging up. 2. The childrens clothes were hanging up. 3. The childrens clothe s were hanging up. 4. The childrens clothes were hanging up.
27 Cohesion Cohesion is using different grammatical elements to ensure that individual sentences flow and the whole text hangs together effectively to express the desired meaning.
28 Grammar and punctuation in practise!
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