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SENTENCED

Punctuated by commas,
A couple of exclamation points,
A couple of question marks,
A hyphen or two,
Many a word had woven their way
Across the lines. 44 more words

Ramblings

Superstar Writer of the Week

Miss Varley was so impressed by your writing this week. You have been able to include expanded noun phrases, commands and exclamation sentences as well as independently including contractions in your topic work!

Ks1

Superstar Writer of the Week

What a terrific transformation in your writing! You really deserve Superstar Writer this week.

We have been innovating a story to add in our own characters and you have been able to include expanded noun phrases, commands, questions and exclamation sentences in your writing. 11 more words

Ks1

(Edited Worksheet 2) For your homework on Questions

Based on people’s mistakes, I asked students to improve their spontaneity, accuracy and fluency in questions, but I got no news anyone was doing any work on this, we’re always so busy in class!, so to encourage you all to do so, just in case, because it’s an issue you should be good at, here is a worksheet. 86 more words

Announcements

Writing on Research: Exclamations (Non-profane, non-vulgar)

This is a nice list of uttered sounds that communicate a wide array of emotion, with definitions:

100 Mostly Small but Meaningful Interjections (Daily Writing Tips) 54 more words

Coinkydink and picture-skew

Perhaps we don’t get enough fun in the way we use words these days. Here are two nice examples of jazzing up the way we say longer more sober sounding words. 100 more words

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