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Punctuation. Full stop − Marks the end of a sentence., Comma − Separates items in a list or clauses in a complex sentence. ‘ Apostrophe − Shows belonging.

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1 Punctuation. Full stop − Marks the end of a sentence., Comma − Separates items in a list or clauses in a complex sentence. ‘ Apostrophe − Shows belonging or missing letters in words like don’t and can’t. ‘’ Inverted commas − Show quotation. ? Question mark − Ends a question sentence. : Colon − Joins two related clauses where one clause cannot stand alone. ; Semicolon − Joins two equal clauses that are closely related but could also stand alone. Punctuation. Full stop − Marks the end of a sentence., Comma − Separates items in a list or clauses in a complex sentence. ‘ Apostrophe − Shows belonging or missing letters in words like don’t and can’t. ‘’ Inverted commas − Show quotation. ? Question mark − Ends a question sentence. : Colon − Joins two related clauses where one clause cannot stand alone. ; Semicolon − Joins two equal clauses that are closely related but could also stand alone. My Writing Checklist Quality of Written Communication Commonly Misspelled Words across argument basically beginning business completely definitely disappear embarrass environment friend government independent knowledge necessary occurred occasion politician propaganda publicly really religious remember sense separate successful surprise tomorrow tongue truly unfortunately until wherever character Have I checked my work?  I have written the date and I clearly understand the learning outcome (WALT)  I have shown evidence of planning  Using a red pen, I have put the question number in the margin  I have used capital letters at the beginning of each sentence  I have used a punctuation mark at the end of every sentence (see left)  Are my sentences in the right sequence;  Comprehensions – Point/Quote/Explain  I have used speech marks “ ” for any dialogue - New speaker, new line!  I have proof read my work  I have checked my COPS – Capital Letters, Omissions, Punctuation, Spelling Mrs. Shannon

2 Because But Although Then However Next Since Therefore Also Despite Furthermore Whereas On the other hand So As long as For example Such as So far Moreover Apart from Meanwhile In addition In contrast Alternatively Nevertheless Afterwards Consequently As well as For example What is more As a result of this Firstly Secondly Thirdly Because But Although Then However Next Since Therefore Also Despite Furthermore Whereas On the other hand So As long as For example Such as So far Moreover Apart from Meanwhile In addition In contrast Alternatively Nevertheless Afterwards Consequently As well as For example What is more As a result of this Firstly Secondly Thirdly Homophones  There: I’d love to go there. Their: Is that their cat? They’re (they are): They’re here.  To: I’m going to work. Too: Are you coming too? Two: I have two hands.  No: We have no chance. Know: How do you know that?  Your: What’s your name? You’re (you are): You’re welcome.  New: She has a new phone. Knew: I already knew that.  Right: Is that right? Write: Can you write that down?  Which: Which colour do you like? Witch: She was a wicked witch.  Peace: I wish for peace on Earth. Piece: Please have a piece of pie.  Rain: It’s pouring with rain. Rein: I led the horse by the reins. Reign: The King’s reign ended.  Where: Where are you going? Wear: What should I wear?  For: Is that present for me? Four: I’ll take four of these. Homophones  There: I’d love to go there. Their: Is that their cat? They’re (they are): They’re here.  To: I’m going to work. Too: Are you coming too? Two: I have two hands.  No: We have no chance. Know: How do you know that?  Your: What’s your name? You’re (you are): You’re welcome.  New: She has a new phone. Knew: I already knew that.  Right: Is that right? Write: Can you write that down?  Which: Which colour do you like? Witch: She was a wicked witch.  Peace: I wish for peace on Earth. Piece: Please have a piece of pie.  Rain: It’s pouring with rain. Rein: I led the horse by the reins. Reign: The King’s reign ended.  Where: Where are you going? Wear: What should I wear?  For: Is that present for me? Four: I’ll take four of these. I have used the following Key Skills:  Managing myself  Staying well  Communicating  Being creative  Working with others  Managing information and thinking  Read clearly and accurately?  Read fluently, so what you’re reading flows?  Read with good expression?  Use punctuation to read the sentence correctly?  Scan an extract or piece of text to find certain information?  Explain what the author might mean in a sentence or text?  Select key points/quotes that can support your answer/viewpoint?  Use context to help understand any difficult/unknown words you come across?  Read with 100% effort? I have used the following Key Skills:  Managing myself  Staying well  Communicating  Being creative  Working with others  Managing information and thinking  Read clearly and accurately?  Read fluently, so what you’re reading flows?  Read with good expression?  Use punctuation to read the sentence correctly?  Scan an extract or piece of text to find certain information?  Explain what the author might mean in a sentence or text?  Select key points/quotes that can support your answer/viewpoint?  Use context to help understand any difficult/unknown words you come across?  Read with 100% effort? Quality of Written Communication Have I checked my work? Connectives My Reading Checklist


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