This entry was posted in English and tagged elementary , english , expanded noun phrases , first grade , key stage one , ks1 , noun phrases , primary , second grade , waldo , wally , wheres waldo , wheres wally , year 1 , year 2 , year one , year two. January 18, at 5: A 40 min or whole lesson would have been better but hopefully if I work out the logistics and scaffold it well, it will be a success: Hi Abby, I think this might be a struggle to fit in to 30 minutes if the focus of the lesson is writing. I am going to my first interview next week an: Hi Can you tell me what year you used this for?
LA could describe verbally with scribe in a group then come up with best descriptive sentence. Notify me of new posts by email. With a few adaptations I think this could be great! February 28, at 3: February 28, at
Okay, can you find the tall, strong, smiling man with a blue hat and an axe? I had some adjective word banks on the tables to help out children if they were struggling for words to use. November 6, at 4: February 28, at NOW the writing activity for the children is to come up with their own descriptions for people in the pictures for their friends to use. Have a mini-plenary where you model some examples and have the rest of the children see if they can find the person who is being described.
It sounds like a fun, all involved activity. January 18, at February 28, at 3: Big Blog of Teaching Ideas. Then in the last 5 minutes ask volunteers to share their best expanded sentences and peer comment…. November 9, at January 18, at 8: A snarling snake, a scary shark etc. With a few adaptations I think this could be great!
MA could work with a partner, provide word mats for prepositional vocab and HA could work independently, perhaps including a simile. Now we take a deep breath and get ready to blow some adjectives into it. A 40 min or whole lesson would have been better but hopefully if I work out the logistics and scaffold it well, it will be a success: January 18, at 5: NEXT have the children work in pairs with a few other pictures to come up with expanded noun phrases.
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Expanded Noun Phrases
Type in your name optional and email then click ‘Subscribe’ for notifications of new posts etc. Expanxed show a picture of a shark or a snake and have the children give you an adjective for the animal.
Now for the clever part.
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Expanded Noun phrases ( homework sheet)
Hi that sounds good. Hi I used this with Year 2. To help visualise what an expanded noun phrase is I often mime holding a floppy balloon in one hand: