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Verb resource - help please!

Discussion in 'Primary' started by gargoyle770, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Verb-reminders-6068818/
    I've created this resource to try to help the children in my class (Y3) who have trouble remembering what happens to verbs when the tense is changed.
    My problem is I'm not quite happy with it but I'm not sure what to change! [​IMG]
    I'd be grateful for any suggestions about how I could improve this, thanks.
     
  2. https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Verb-reminders-6068818/
    I've created this resource to try to help the children in my class (Y3) who have trouble remembering what happens to verbs when the tense is changed.
    My problem is I'm not quite happy with it but I'm not sure what to change! [​IMG]
    I'd be grateful for any suggestions about how I could improve this, thanks.
     
  3. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    Firstly, thanks for preparing & posting this resource.
    IMHO it may be slightly 'wordy' for year 3s.
    I know for MFL we often look at the whole verb, written out with all the persons, ( in which case usual order is I, you, he/she/it, we, you, they) but I think this is overload at this stage.
    I would look at patterns where they're same /different
    to go
    present tense- with I/you/we/they all go except he/she when we use he/she goes,
    past tense becomes went
    to do
    present do except he/she againwhen we use does
    past tense becomes did .
    for to be (this is where I would write it out)
    I would say
    Present: I am but you/he/she is & we/you/they are
    Past I was he.she was, we/you/they were
    The rules about more 'regular' verbs is good.
    Hope that's not too complicated.
     

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