English – To extend the range of sentences by using a wider range of conjunctions (Subordinating conjunctions)
Starter – Capital Letters and full stops
Remember a full stop shows a sentence has ended. A capital letter is needed at the start of a sentence or for a name.
Read these sentences. Write each one yourself with a full stop and capital letters in the right places.
- mark and carl got wet in the rain
- the man gets up at six in the morning
- jill has fair hair but jack has dark hair
Look at https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zqk37p3#:~:text=A%20conjunction%20is%20a%20word,information%20to%20the%20main%20clause. Watch the video and look at the quiz.
Copy out the sentences in the PowerPoint above and have a go at inserting the correct subordinating conjunction.