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1 Adroddiad Sue Palmer Addasiad Cymraeg gan Delyth Eynon

2 Mae testun adroddiad yn disgrifio sut mae pethau ( neu sut roedd pethau’n arfer bod) *does dim angen ysgrifennu yn nhrefn amser

3 adroddiad catalog taflen wybodaeth erthygl mewn llyfr ffeithiol (e.e. daearyddiaeth) darn o wybodaeth mewn gwyddoniadur teithlyfr i dwristiaid prosiect ysgol ar thema neu bwnc arbennig llythyr Dyma enghreifftiau lle mae testun adroddiad yn cael ei ddefnyddio... cylchgrawn

4 cynllun adroddiad 1 Pryd? Beth? Pwy? Ble? rhagor o wybodaeth os oes angen gwybodaeth wedi ei threfnu mewn categorïau prif bwyntiau o fewn y categori Pwnc adroddiad syml

5 Cynllun adroddiad 1 Cyflwyniad Beth? - Pwy? - Ble? - Pryd? ac yn y blaen Paragraff Rhan }1 }2 Paragraff Rhan Ar ôl i chi wneud eich sgerbwd ar gyfer y ‘gwe geiriau’, gallwch ddefnyddio pob coes i ysgrifennu paragraff ( neu adran o dan is-bennawd).

6 cynllun adroddiad 2 adroddiad sy’n cymharu gwahanol bwyntiau e.e. 1 e.e. 2 e.e. 3 categorϊau cymhariaeth syml Ar ôl i chi wneud eich grid, ysgrifennwch baragraff am bob pwynt lle rydych chi’n cymharu dau beth. trefnu’r testun Ar ôl i chi wneud eich grid, ysgrifennwch am bob enghraifft o dan bob categori. ac yn y blaen

7 nodweddion iaith adroddiad * yr amser presennol (heblaw am adroddiadau hanesyddol) * enwau cyffredin (nid enwau pobl, anifeiliaid a phethau penodol) *y trydydd person *disgrifiadau ffeithiol *geiriau ac ymadroddion technegol *iaith ffurfiol

8 Cynulleidfa rhywun* sydd am wybod am: - y pwnc - agwedd arbennig ar y pwnc * Efallai y bydd gennych fwy o wybodaeth am oed a diddordebau’r darllenydd. Pwrpas trefnu ac ysgrifennu’r ffeithiau fel eu bod yn hawdd eu ffeindio a’u deall

9 Cynllunio i ysgrifennu adroddiad * TANIO SYNIADAU - meddwl am yr hyn rydych chi’n ei wybod yn barod (a chwilio am fwy o wybodaeth os oes angen) * TREFNU’R WYBODAETH yn gategorϊau * Gwneud GWE GEIRIAU Ysgrifennwch y pwnc yn y canol ac un categori ar bob coes

10 Pan fyddwch yn ysgrifennu gyda phartner, cofiwch... YMARFER Dywedwch bob ymadrodd neu frawddeg yn uchel Ceisiwch wella eich gwaith, os yw’n bosib YSGRIFENNU Un i ysgrifennu ac un i helpu AIL- DDARLLEN Darllenwch dros y gwaith i wneud yn siwr ei fod yn swnio’n iawn ac yn gwneud synnwyr. * *

11 Rhagor o ‘sgerbydau’ i’ch helpu i wneud nodiadau

12 Adroddiad

13 Adroddiad cymharol

14 Diagram o ran pwysigrwydd neu drefn

15 Diagram Venn

16 Nodiadau ‘post-it’ un pwynt ar bob ‘post-it’ symud y darnau o gwmpas penderfynu ar y drefn orau

17 Posteri Ysgrifennu Adroddiad

18 Pamffled Ysgrifennu Adroddiad

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20 Hunanasesu Ysgrifennu Adroddiad Ydy’ch gwaith chi’n cynnwys:YdyNac ydy  Teitl – yn cyfleu’r cynnwys  Cyflwyniad a pharagraff agoriadol  Paragraff i bob pwynt  Brawddeg / paragraff i gloi Ydych chi wedi defnyddio:YdwNac ydw  Iaith ffurfiol – ffurfiau amhersonol  Amser presennol  Y trydydd person (unigol neu luosog)  Disgrifiadau ffeithiol  ansoddeiriau  Cymariaethau

21 Enghreifftiau Ysgrifennu Adroddiad

22 Enghraifft o Adroddiad Y Broga Anifail bach amffibaidd yw’r broga. Mae amffibiaid yn medru byw ar y tir ac yn y dŵr. Corff tew heb wddwg sydd gan y broga, ac mae ganddo goesau cefn hir cyhyrog a choesau blaen byr. Mae gan nifer o frogaod dafodau hir gludiog sy’n tasgu allan i ddal gwybed pan fyddan nhw angen bwyd. Croen llaith seimllyd, heb flew, sydd gan y broga. Mae rhai mathau o frogaod yn gallu newid lliw eu croen er mwyn cuddio oddi wrth eu gelynion.

23 Enghraifft o Adroddiad - parhad Yn y gwanwyn, mae’r broga’n dodwy wyau, mewwn grifft, a chydag amser mae’r rhain yn deor yn benbyliaid. Yn raddol, mae’r penbyliaid yn newid yn frogaod. Metamorffosis yw’r enw ar hyn. Mae garddwyr yn croesawu brogaod i’w gerddi oherwydd maen nhw’n bwyta’r pryfed sy’n dinistrio’r llysiau a’r blodau.

24 Examples of ‘skeletons’ in use Taken from ‘How to teach Writing Across the Curriculum’ (KS1/2) by Sue Palmer, with many thanks to David Fulton Publishers

25 OUR SCHOOL Our school is called Lee Park Primary, and it is in Longton near York. Lee Park has seven classes, from reception to Year 6, and there are 198 pupils in the school. It was built in Lee Park has a big playground, with special sections for the infants and juniors. In the infant playground there are lots of shapes painted on the ground, like hopscotch squares and a map of Britain, for people to play on. There is also a special area for sitting quietly. The junior playground has play areas marked out as well, including football and netball pitches. We also have a school field. This is next to the school down a little lane. In the summer we are allowed to play on the field too, but in winter it is too muddy. However, when it snows, Mrs Carr (our headteacher) sometimes lets us go on the field. The school has a large school hall that we use for assembly and some lessons, such as gym and drama. We also use the hall for lunches. You can bring packed lunch and sit at the back of the hall, or you can have school lunch. The dinner ladies serve this on long wooden tables at the front of hall. The rest of the time, the tables are stored in a cupboard. Skeleton

26 Text Our School Intro field playground hall Lee Park Longton, near York 198 pupils 7 classes built 1967 hopscotchmap games infants quiet area juniors netballfootball summer - play winter usually no play snow - play assembly, lessons lunch dramagym packed lunch back school lunch front-tables (cupboard)

27 Butterflies Butterflies belong to the order of insects known as Lepidoptera. This means they have scaly bodies and wings, and a feeding tube on the front of the head called proboscis, coiled up when not in use. Their wings may be large, brightly coloured and patterned. Butterflies are found in most parts of the world and different species are adapted to the environments in which they live. Like all insects, the butterfly’s body is divided into three parts: head, thorax and abdomen. On the head are a pair of antennae, used for smelling, and two large compound eyes. Three pairs of legs and two pairs of wings – fore and hind – grow from the thorax. The wings are made of a very thin membrane, stretched over a network of ‘veins’, in the same way as the skin of an umbrella is stretched over the frame. Tiny overlapping scales on the membrane give the wings their pattern and colour. Male butterflies tend to be more brightly coloured than the females but the females are larger. They also have bigger wings, enabling them to fly even when they are carrying a heavy burden of eggs. A female butterfly may lay up to 3,000 eggs, always choosing an appropriate plant for the caterpillars to feed on. However, usually only one or two eggs out of a hundred hatch out and many others die as they grow through the stages of larva (caterpillar) and chrysalis (pupa) to become an imago (adult butterfly). The imago usually has a lifespan of only a few weeks. It feeds on nectar from flowers or other sweet food, such as over-ripe fruit, which it sucks up through the proboscis. This food provides energy to fly and reproduce, but most butterflies do not need any body-building foods to see them through their short lives. In fact, a few species have mouthparts that do not open so they cannot feed

28 1. Brainstorm Butterflies caterpillar wings chrysalis lays eggs short life sucks through tube nectar antennae six legs insect Text2.3.

29 2. Organise into categories Butterflies definition reproduction feeding characteristics group? insect insect features wings eggs leaves lifecyclenectar tube Text1.3.

30 3. Spidergram (adding to information from 2 though further readings) Butterflies definition reproduction characteristics feeding insect Lepidoptera insect features wings scales/veins don’t need much for short life span proboscisnectar over-ripe fruit lifecycle 3,000 max eggs leaves male/female differences 1/100 survive coiled proboscis scaly body/wings Text1.2.

31 BUTTERFLYScientific name: Lepidoptera Butterflies are insects with two pairs of brightly coloured, patterned wings. Their bodies and wings are covered in tiny scales – it is the scales that give the wings their pattern. They feed through a tube on the head called a proboscis, which is coiled when not in use. By travelling from flower to flower to such up the nectar, butterflies help with pollination. They pick up the pollen on their abdomen in the flower and it brushes off on another. Habitat Meadows, woodland, gardens Feeding habits Herbivorous: nectar from flowers; ripe fruit Life Cycle 100s of eggs → caterpillars → pupa → adult (imago) Predators Birds, bars, spiders, lizards, etc. forewings 2 pairs of wings on thorax hindwings abdomen compound eyes on either side of head antennae head coiled proboscis 3 pairs of legs on thorax thorax

32 ClassificationKey factsHabitatFeeding habitsLife cyclePredators Butterfly Worm Woodlouse Insect Lepidoptera 1. scales and coiled proboscis 2. helps pollination Meadows woodlands gardens Herbivorous – nectar ripe fruit 100s of eggs → caterpillars → pupa → adult (imago) Birds, bats, spiders, frogs, lizards, small mammals


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