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2 OCR Cambridge Award/Certificate in English Entry Level 1–3 and Level 1 and 2

3 Using Sentences Entry Level 1Unit 3 (05435) –Construct Simple Sentences Entry Level 2Unit 8 (05436) –Construct Straightforward Compound Sentences Entry Level 3 Unit 13 (05437)–Construct Compound Sentences Level 1Unit 20 (05438) –Construct Compound Sentences Level 2Unit 27 (05439) –Construct Complex Sentences

4 Writing sentences Using punctuation Understanding grammar Using Sentences

5 A sentence is a group of words that are put together. Write three sentences about your day so far. For example… the bus was late this morning it broke down i told my teacher its not my fault im late Writing Sentences

6 The bus was late this morning it broke down. I told my teacher “it’s not my fault I’m late”. A sentence is a group of words that are put together. Write three sentences about your day so far. For example… Writing Sentences

7 i gave the cat a different brand of food this morning i wonder if she ate it A sentence is a group of words that are put together. Write three sentences about your day so far. For example… Writing Sentences

8 I gave the cat a different brand of food this morning; I wonder if she ate it? A sentence is a group of words that are put together. Write three sentences about your day so far. For example… Writing Sentences

9 ive got £2.50 for lunch i hope thats enough to buy some soup and a sandwich A sentence is a group of words that are put together. Write three sentences about your day so far. For example… Writing Sentences

10 I’ve got £2.50 for lunch. I hope that’s enough to buy some soup and a sandwich. A sentence is a group of words that are put together. Write three sentences about your day so far. For example… Writing Sentences

11 What punctuation did you use in your sentences? Did you use capital letters? What other things did you use? For example, semi- colons and speech marks. Was it easy to write the sentences without much time to plan? Understanding punctuation

12 Words can be written in lots of different orders, for example: “I couldn’t see through the windscreen that day as there was a lot of dust.” “As there was a lot of dust, I couldn’t see through the windscreen that day.” Understanding grammar

13 Sentences do not need to be long or full of big words to be understood by the reader. Long sentence: I came home from school on Monday and made myself a ham and cheese sandwich, sat down to watch TV and then I saw my dog was staring at me. Short sentence: My dog was staring at me. A story in one sentence

14 Join the following sentences to make a new sentence. Choose a suitable conjunction. 1. I enjoy reading. I don’t enjoy cooking. 2. Ben is thoughtful. He always shares his football with me. 3. Kate walked home from school slowly. She was tired. Discussion – What is a conjunction? Understanding grammar

15 What will you cover… This presentation just concentrates on Using Sentences, but you may also look at other English skills you will need to be successful as well. This helps you understand how each skill is used together with other skills, and helps you use your English skills in everyday life.

16 Thank you for using this OCR resource Other OCR resources are available at OCR Resources: the small print OCR’s resources are provided to support the teaching of OCR specifications, but in no way constitute an endorsed teaching method that is required by the Board, and the decision to use them lies with the individual teacher. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the content, OCR cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions within these resources. © OCR This resource may be freely copied and distributed, as long as the OCR logo and this message remain intact and OCR is acknowledged as the originator of this work. OCR acknowledges the use of the following content: Slide 4 man writing: Presentermedia.com Slides 5 and 6 red bus: Ashims/Shutterstock.com Slides 7 and 8 black cat: Ekaterina Garyuk/Shutterstock.com Slides 9 and 10 soup: oksana2010/Shutterstock.com Slide 11 clock: Presentermedia.com Slide 12 windscreen: Slobodan Djajic/Shutterstock.com Slide 13 puppy: Eric Isselee/Shutterstock.com Slide 14 chef man: Presentermedia.com Slide 15 two men talking: Lyudmyla Kharlamova/Shutterstock.com To give us feedback on, or ideas about the OCR resources you have used,


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