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Connectives and conjunctions - 2 quick questions.

Discussion in 'Primary' started by becktonboy, Apr 22, 2008.

  1. Hi, I know this was posted 2 years ago, but it has just helped me enormously- thank you. Any chance I could have a copy of the resource reffered to in your message? Many thanks, Jo
    littlegreenfingers@live.co.uk
     
  2. Hi, I would really appreciate a copy of the resources mentioned as I have been given targets to achieve with year six children and they are quite specific. Is there any chance they are still available? If so, please can you send me a copy? Sincere thanks, Sue

    s.jolly@murraysrd.sch.im
     
  3. An excellent explanation.
    nathanclark86@hotmail.com
     
  4. languageisheartosay

    languageisheartosay Occasional commenter

    I'm fascinated that so many replies suggest there is a difference! Working with the younger children, I just found that what I have always called conjunctions now seemed to be known as connectives wherever I went. I have a couple of resources on TES you may like:https://www.tes.co.uk/article.aspx?storycode=6050258 and another which features because/although.
     
  5. Hello
    Thank you for submitting definitions etc about connectives and conjunctions
    I am busy making my own w/s for Yr6 - but would love to check with yours if you still have it - you told one reader you'd be happy to email it - could you email it to me so I don't stuff up before I start
    claire.wildingyoung@gmail.com
    Thanks again
     
  6. If you still have this resource I would love a copy if you don't mind sharing.

    Thanks


    squaine1@yahoo.co.uk
     
  7. Would really like a copy too.
    paulgreenwood59 "at" btinternet.com
     
  8. Hi there I know this is a very old message, but I am in need of help and this is fantastic! PLEASE could you send me the children's resources? It seems everyone is asking you too! SORRY!
    Thanks Anne
    my email is ayounger123@gmail.com
     
  9. The best explanation I have read on a tricky grammar question. Is it possible to send me that cherished resource- you should probably write a book! Sorry and thanks...
    clarky_38@hotmail.com
     
  10. Hi there!

    I'm knew to teaching English and your comment really helped me get my head around the difference. I was wondering if I could also have a copy of your resource?

    Best wishes
     
  11. In rponse to a previous message that said conjunctions are connectives: yes, but, there are connectives that are not conjunctions - this is where the complication starts. Next is a connective but most definitely not a conjunction! All conjunctions are connectives but not all connectives are conjunctions!
     
  12. Hilarious - I rarely come on here anymore but just did to find a resource and found loads of messages and a lot of appreciation. I'm thinking that this is somehow a result of the new SPAG test!
    I will try to add the other resources mentioned. However, they are very simple and not worth all of the fuss!
     
  13. I am going to be teaching this to my year 6s. Is there any chance I could have a copy of the activities you mentioned please?

    Many thanks

    Salleree
     
  14. Hi

    Please could you send me the file you mention. This is a minefield.


    Thank you...
    pottingshedgene@gmail.com
     
  15. Hello, would I please be able to have a copy of this too? Many thanks
     
  16. Sorry to be a nuisance but may I have a copy of your guide.
    Thanks in anticipation,
    Best wishes
     
  17. Hi, loved the sound of your poster - would like a copy if you have it.
    head@ponsbourne.herts.sch.uk
    Tracy
     

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