Year 7

Avoiding fragments, fused sentences and comma splices. Using capital letters and writing in the past tense. Using multiple subordinate clauses, punctuating lists correctly when in a complex sentence.

Lessons (5)

  • In this lesson, we will recall our knowledge of what makes a sentence and how missing out key elements of a sentence can cause it to become a fragment.
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  • In this lesson, we will build on our knowledge of sentences by looking at some of the mistakes students make when they are writing. These mistakes are called 'fused sentences' and 'comma splices'.
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  • In this lesson, we will continue our understanding of independent clauses and subordinate clauses. We will use this knowledge to think about how we add more that one subordinate clause to give more information to our independent clauses.
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  • In this lesson, we will look at how we can add even more information to our independent clauses by adding lists in to our subordinate clauses.
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  • In this lesson, we will review the sentence elements, such as subordinate clauses and commas splices that we have learnt over the last few lessons. We are going to use this new understanding to write a story.
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