You can recap the key points from the video using the accompanying worksheet or read a transcript of the video: And the worksheet below contains the script that he used for his report. Why not watch the report along with the script to see how it was all put together.
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You'll find basic definitions of important primary-school literacy terms below.
For a much more detailed, parent-friendly guide to how children are taught about each of these concepts in English, as well as examples, click on the link in the word. TheSchoolRun also offers a free primary-school numeracy glossary and a free primary-school science glossary. Active voice A sentence is written in active voice when the subject of the sentence is performing the action for example, "The cat chased the mouse.
Adverb An adverb is a word which modifies a verb, which means that it tells you how, when, where or why something is being done. Alliteration Often used in poetry, alliteration is the repetition of an initial letter or sound in closely connected words.
Antonym Antonyms are words with opposite meanings love and hate, for example. Words with similar meanings are synonyms. Apostrophe Apostrophes are punctuation marks used to show possession and to show contraction also known as omission.
Article Articles are words which tell us whether a noun is general any noun or specific. There are three articles: Argument text Argument text is a piece of writing which expresses points of view 'for' or 'against' the subject.
Biography and autobiography A biography is a non-fiction text written about someone else's life usually someone famous. An autobiography is a text written about one's own life. Blending sounds Blending sounds means looking at a word and, rather than saying the separate sounds that make it up, linking the sounds together and saying the whole word in one go.
Blending is an essential phonics skill which children are taught as part of learning to read. Brainstorming Brainstorming is a process in which a question or problem is posed, then a group of people give ideas which are noted by a person who writes them down on paper or a board for the group to see.
Clause Clauses are the building blocks of sentences, groups of words that contain a subject and a verb. Clauses can be main or subordinate. Cohesive devices 'Cohesive devices' are the conjunctionsconnectives and pronouns used to link the parts of a piece of writing.
Using the same verb tense throughout a text also offers 'cohesion'. Comparative The comparative form of an adjective or adverb is used to compare one person, thing, action or state to another.
The comparative is usually formed by adding the suffix -er. Conjunction A conjunction is a type of connective 'connective' is an umbrella term for any word that connects bits of text.
Co-ordinating connectives include the words and, but and so; subordinating connectives include the words because, if and until.
Connective A connective is a word that joins one part of a text to another. Connectives can be conjunctionsprepositions or adverbs. Consonant and consonant cluster The alphabet is made up of 26 letters, 5 of which are vowels a, e, i, o, u and the rest of which are consonants.
A consonant is a sound that is made by blocking air from flowing out of the mouth with the teeth, tongue, lips or palate. Two consonants which appear next to each other are known as a consonant cluster. Contracted words or contractions Contracted words are short words made by putting two words together.
Letters are missed out in the contraction and replaced by an apostrophe, for example I'm I am or it's it is. Creative writing Narrative or creative writing involves writing stories with a structure, using knowlege of grammar and punctuation to present them correctly.
CCVC words are made up of a consonant, a consonant, a vowel and a consonant.
Decoding Decoding is the process of seeing written words on a page and being able to say them out loud. Determiner A determiner is a word that introduces a noun and identifies it in detail.
Determiners can be articles a, an, thedemonstratives this, thatpossessives your, hisquantifiers some, manynumbers six, sixty. Digraph A digraph is two letters that make one sound. Digraphs can be made up of vowels or consonants.Persuasive writing, non-chronological-reports, personal writing, play scripts and letter writing using National Curriculum aims and success criteria.
This supports teaching on ‘James and the Giant Peach’ by Roald Dahl. It is designed for Year 4 students to meet the objectives of the National Curriculum. Jul 15, · Script-writing tips and real examples BBC presenter Huw Edwards Here are a few script-writing tips and examples of real BBC scripts which teachers might find use to models for writing TV and radio news.
From adjectives to writing frames, TheSchoolRun's primary-school literacy glossary offers a complete guide to all the concepts children are taught in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 English.
A play script is a piece of writing written for the stage. Your child will learn the following facts about the play scripts they read, write and perform: A play script will include a list of characters (at the very beginning). Y6 SATS: SPAG (KS2 Last minute revision) This is a helpful revision tool for the Y6 SPAG test.
Get ready for the KS2 grammar assessments with this SATS /5(23). Exemplification material for English writing to support teacher assessment at the end of key stage 2 in and