On this page, we have included some of the grammar videos that Miss Kyle recorded during the Covid lockdown. They include the main focus skills for year 5.
The children can also find these videos on Teams.
What are adverbials?
This video talks about the main types of adverbials that we try to include in our work.
How do we add fronted adverbials to sentences?
This video shows children how to use fronted adverbials and why a comma is used.
What are relative pronouns used for?
This video discusses the different types of relative pronouns.
How do we add a relative clause to the middle of a sentence?
This video looks using a relative clause that adds extra information / detail to a sentence.
Relative clauses in sentences
This video shows some more examples of relative clauses in sentences.
How do we use speech marks (inverted commas)?
This video shows a technique for the basic punctuation of direct speech.
How do we convey character and advance the action in a story?
This video shows the use of the E.A.S.T. technique to add detail to direct speech in narratives.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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