Last week’s key skills was completed to an extremely high standard. Is it possible to be beaten? We had creativity beyond belief – special mention to Lily, Lauren and Matthew submitting theirs through an envelope. Simple yet the extra thoughts are great.
This weeks key skills:
We have been looking at fractions recently… Therefore this week, consolidating fractions of amounts! It won’t paste in too well… Here’s a snip of what it was!
Recently we have done a lot of work on sentence structures and clauses. Therefore, for key skills this week, you need to create a poster or an information sheet that shows on it what the following are:
- Complex sentence.
- Compound sentence.
- Simple sentence.
- Main clause.
- Subordinate clause.
- Embedded clause.
- Short sentence.
The best way to show it will be through examples that tell the reader precisely how they work. How you present it is entirely up to you, just ensure that you have explained to the reader all of the above.
Going the Extra Mile:
Put together a paragraph that uses the traffic light system and has a wide variety of all of the sentences.