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Time Connectives Activities

Discussion in 'Primary' started by whitedove, Apr 20, 2012.

  1. Just hoping for a bit of advice... I have been planning the literacy unit of stories with historical settings and am working on the bit about using time connectives:
    'Look at the way that the passing of time is represented and relate this to the organisation of paragraphs and key phrases, for example The next moment … Minutes ticked by … Some weeks later …
    Sometimes there are jumps in time, some events are skimmed over quickly & others told in detail. Ask the children to give some examples in the story.'
    Can anyone think of any good differentiated tasks that could go with this part? Am I moving all children on if the HA already know how to use time connectives? And where could I move to next?
    Thanks in advance of advice!
     

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