Lesson objective: To explore relative clauses
In this lesson, we will review all the sentence types and then discuss that sentences with relative clauses are a type of complex sentence. We discuss how to use a relative clause (in the middle or at the end of a sentence) and what the relative pronouns are. The pupils have a chance to practise writing their own relative clauses at the end.
Write 3 who/which relative clause complex sentences.
Use the examples in the video to help you come up with your own.
Challenge your self to use some ‘wow’ vocabulary in your sentences as well as the relative clauses.
Each of your 3 sentences must include a metaphor relevant to How To train a Dragon lore. Also, include a mix of your relative clause being embedded or at the end of the sentence. Please message me if this doesn’t make sense.
Can I multiply 4-digits by 2-digits?
Why do we write the larger number above the smaller number?
White Rose Video Link:
Follow the video to help support your learning with the questions.
Complete questions 1 and 2.
Complete questions 1,2,3 and 4.
Complete all the questions.
Complete all the questions and the extra hot activity.
Optional Activities - BBC Bitesize:
Play Guardians: Defenders of Mathematica. How car can you get?
You are continuing with a Powerpoint about Viking Life.
Today, have a good look at the WAGOLL I have uploaded. I have uploaded as PDF and PPt file. I want you to look at the amount of information I have included.
Fancy animations do not make a good presentation so be careful how many you are using. Remember to revisit the video link last week for details about the basics of Powerpoint.
Steps To Success
Make sure you haven't just copied and pasted information.
Make sure your work is clear and can be read easily.
Include interesting facts.
Make sure each picture has a caption.
Include additional speaker notes in your presentation.
I have added a weblink which tells you how to do this...WARNING...It is quite complicated!