Definately going to try this. I am going to my first interview next week an: 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. MA could work with a partner, provide word mats for prepositional vocab and HA could work independently, perhaps including a simile. May 2, at It sounds like a fun, all involved activity. FIRST show a picture of a shark or a snake and have the children give you an adjective for the animal.
May 2, at Hi Can you tell me what year you used this for? January 18, at 5: Big Blog of Teaching Ideas. Hi that sounds good. February 28, at 3: November 9, at
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I phrades this idea, would it be suitable for an interview lesson where it is required to teach a 30 minute English lesson with a focus on writing? 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: A snarling snake, a scary shark etc.
Idea 183: Superb Way to Teach Expanded Noun Phrases
Hi Abby, I think this might be a struggle to expandd in to 30 minutes if the focus of the lesson is writing. LA could describe verbally with scribe in a group then come up with best descriptive sentence.
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Notify me of follow-up comments by email. The children give suggestions of adjectives and then as a class we all blow that word into our noun phrase and mime it expanding like a balloon to become an expanded noun phrase!
FIRST show a picture of a shark or a snake and have the children give you an adjective for the animal. As a starter you could maybe put a few pictures up and ask the children to write adjectives onto post it notes and stick them to the pictures? Have a homeework where you model some examples and have the rest of the children see if they can find the person who is being described.
What is an expanded noun phrase? – BBC Bitesize
Hi that sounds good. Hi Can you tell me what year you used this for? January 18, at This entry was posted in English and tagged phrasseenglishexpanded noun phrasesfirst gradekey expanced oneks1noun phrasesprimarysecond gradewaldowallywheres waldowheres wallyyear 1year 2year oneyear two. I am going to my first interview next week an: With a few adaptations I think this could be great! Proudly powered by WordPress. November 9, at To help visualise what an expanded noun phrase is I often mime holding a floppy balloon in one hand: May 2, at 9: NOW the writing activity for the children is to come up pphrases their own descriptions for people in the pictures for their friends to use.
MA could work with a partner, provide word mats for prepositional vocab and HA could work independently, perhaps including a simile. NEXT have the children work in pairs with a few other pictures to come up with expanded noun phrases. Leave a Expandwd Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I had some adjective word banks on the tables to help out children if kss2 were struggling for words to use.
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