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© 2007 www.teachit.co.uk14980www.teachit.co.uk Literacy Progress Units: Writing Organisation
© 2007 www.teachit.co.uk24980www.teachit.co.uk Literacy Progress Unit Aiming for Level 4 Writing Organisation
© 2007 www.teachit.co.uk34980www.teachit.co.uk Teacher Notes The PP is adapted from the DfES publication under their Core Licensing Agreement. To read the notes that have been added, print out the slides as ‘notes pages’. Teachers may find it useful to order the original DfES Publication and a link is given in the final slide.
© 2007 www.teachit.co.uk44980www.teachit.co.uk To understand the importance of a topic sentence in a paragraph. To identify topic sentences. To sort information into topic-related groups. To write an appropriate topic sentence. Objectives Session 2 Topic Sentences
© 2007 www.teachit.co.uk54980www.teachit.co.uk The cage must be cleaned thoroughly every week. The rats’ bed must be kept clean. Your rats will enjoy being brushed gently with a very soft hairbrush. If your rat becomes unwell, you should take it to a vet to be treated. Do not delay as rats can become seriously ill very quickly. The National Fancy Rat Society holds shows across the country. You can show your pet rats and perhaps win a prize. You can get information about shows at www.nfrs.org From last session
© 2007 www.teachit.co.uk64980www.teachit.co.uk Topic Sentences Rats make excellent pets and can be easily and cheaply bought. If you wish to keep rats as pets, you should go to a good pet shop or contact an official breeder who can give you advice. It is important to choose your pet rats carefully. Check that they are healthy. You will know because they will be alert and their eyes, nose and ears will be clean. Rats must be at least six weeks old before you buy them and they should be kept in pairs of either males or females.
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© 2007 www.teachit.co.uk84980www.teachit.co.uk Topic Sentences Rats need a large cage which is at least 60 by 30 by 30 cm in size. The cage must contain somewhere cosy for your rats to sleep and have solid, not wire, flooring. Rats must have toys to play with such as ladders, tubes and ropes. Rats are omnivorous which means that they will eat almost anything. However, you must ensure that your rat gets a balanced diet including a good dried rat food, rice, pasta, wholemeal bread and fresh vegetables. Rats always must have fresh water which should always be put in a water bottle.
© 2007 www.teachit.co.uk94980www.teachit.co.uk The cage must be cleaned thoroughly every week. The rats’ bed must be kept clean. Your rats will enjoy being brushed gently with a very soft hairbrush. If your rat becomes unwell, you should take it to a vet to be treated. Do not delay as rats can become seriously ill very quickly. The National Rat Society holds shows across the country. You can show your pet rats and perhaps win a prize. You can get information about shows at www.nfrs.org Topic Sentences
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© 2007 www.teachit.co.uk114980www.teachit.co.uk Missing Topic Sentences There are several of these holiday centres in Britain. They are all built in beautiful countryside and all have excellent accommodation. New World Activity Parks resorts all have facilities for all types of British weather.
© 2007 www.teachit.co.uk124980www.teachit.co.uk Missing Topic Sentences All our centres have both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a choice of several different restaurants and a wide range of sports facilities for all ages and fitness levels. Entertainment is varied with soft-play, junior discos and adult-only nights. We also provide babysitters!
© 2007 www.teachit.co.uk134980www.teachit.co.uk To understand the importance of a topic sentence in a paragraph. To identify topic sentences. To sort information into topic-related groups. To write an appropriate topic sentence. Objectives Session 2 Topic Sentences
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