Time connectives ks2 lesson plan free
What are time connectives? Time connectives are words or phrases which are used to tell a reader WHEN something is happening. They are sometimes called temporal connectives. For example: This morning, I ate fried bananas for breakfast. Connectives can be conjunctions, prepositions or adverbs. Under the new primary curriculum (from 2014) children learn to refer to connectives using
Spin the wheel to see which item comes up next. . After, Before, Afterwards, Meanwhile, Then, Later, Eventually, Finally, Next, Secondly, Once, When.
Nov 11, 2013 Colourful slides introducing range of time connectives. Includes a 'Spot the time connective& ' challenge which can be done as a class or printed for paired work. There is also a group challenge and idea for individual recording.
How can I use this lesson plan to teach time conjunctions to KS2 students? In this lesson children learn when to use time conjunctions. The lesson pack contains a lesson plan, lesson presentation and accompanying worksheets to scaffold children's learning.
Nov 25, 2012 A five way differentiated lesson used for year 3 but could be easily adapted for older or younger pupils. Comments or feedback welcomed: ) Hello there have been some comments asking me to change the Flipchart into a notebook unfortunately I have changed jobs since I made this so I
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