Yr3 – English > Understand that a clause is a unit of grammar usually containing a subject and a verb and that these need to be in agreement.
28 pages of activities, guidance notes and answers developing thinking skills and decision-making. The skills developed include critical thinking, co-operative learning, higher order thinking and grammar.
(Australian Curriculum No ACELA1481)
ACELA1481– Understand that a clause is a unit of grammar usually containing a subject and a verb and that these need to be in agreement. This booklet of higher-order thinking activities is designed to develop a deeper understanding of grammar and clauses. The content covered includes clear explanations of sentences and clauses. The activities come with teaching notes and worksheets which can be used to consolidate or assess student understanding. Suggested answers are provided.
The content is aligned to the Australian Curriculum content descriptor ACELA1481
The teaching activities and guidance notes include:
- Definitions of clauses and sentences
- 321:RIQ activity
- Explanation of subject and verb (predicate)
- Activities and worksheets to consolidate understanding
- Co-operative learning activities to assess understanding
- Exploration of the differences between action verbs and verbs of state in clauses
- Subject/Verb agreement in clauses
- Extension Activities: sentences and clauses
- Concluding Activity: Question circuit
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