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Colourful Semantics - Word Collecting & Sentence Collation - Graphic Organiser

Colourful Semantics - Word Collecting & Sentence Collation - Graphic Organiser
Colourful Semantics - Word Collecting & Sentence Collation - Graphic Organiser
Colourful Semantics - Word Collecting & Sentence Collation - Graphic Organiser
Colourful Semantics - Word Collecting & Sentence Collation - Graphic Organiser
Product Description
Learn how to structure sentences, but also create descriptive sentences!

Using a stimulus - picture, storybook etc. - students brainstorm words for each section
- WHO is in the image, storybook etc. (noun)
- WHAT is in the image, storybook etc. (noun)
- WHAT DOING - what is the (noun) doing ie. verbs
- WHAT LIKE - what is the 'who' or 'what' like ie. adjectives.

Students then select a word from each brainstorm area, and put the selected word in the box with the matching colour.

Students then rewrite the sentence in its full form.

For example - (these were all real ideas from my Prep class - but it was a challenge, probably better suited for Grade 1 and above)
The Rainbow Fish
- WHO - Rainbow Fish, Octopus, Blue Fish (noun)
- WHAT - seaweed, cave, scale (noun)
- WHAT DOING - (seaweed) waving, (Rainbow Fish) darting, (Octopus) glaring ie. verbs
- WHAT LIKE - slimy (seaweed), sparkly (Scale/Rainbow Fish), selfish (Rainbow Fish), gloomy (Octopus) ie. adjectives.

Select words:
1. Rainbow Fish, darting, selfish
2. Octopus, glaring, gloomy
3. Seaweed, waving, slimy

Collate:
1. The selfish Rainbow Fish was darting
2. The gloomy Octopus was glaring
3. The waving seaweed is slimy
Total Pages
2 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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