In deze les zitten 17 slides, met interactieve quizzen, tekstslides en 1 video.
Lesduur is: 45 min
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Today we will focus on punctuation
Slide 1 - Tekstslide
At the end of the class, you have learned when and how to use:
Slide 2 - Tekstslide
Period and question mark:
Ends a sentence.
Ex. Mrs. Bird is a great mother. She works for the U.N.
Question mark (?):
At the end of a (direct) question.
Ex. Are you sure he is 17 years old?
Slide 3 - Tekstslide
Exclamation point and quotation:
Exclamation point (!):
To end a sentence with very strong feeling.
In front of a list.
To introduce direct speech. (Ex. He said: "I want to go home!")
Direct quote or to indicate an unusal word.
Ex. "I can help you!" said Henry.
Slide 4 - Tekstslide
Possesion 's (Ex. Jonah's book, James's room, the boys' soccerteam.)
Contracted forms (Ex. I'm, you're, it's, etc.)
Letters and numbers (Ex. the year '78, she has straight A's)
Slide 5 - Tekstslide
A pause in a sentence.
Numbers (ex. 2,780).
Directly addressing someone (ex. Wait on me, Mark.).
Listing things (ex. I need water, bread, candy, and pizza.).
Multiple adjectives (ex. The grey, moody dog had a lovely, sweet and cute sister.).
After yes, no,honestly, to be honest, however (ex. Yes, I want to eat pizza.)
Before which, and the FANBOYS (ex. My laptop, which is three years old, makes a strange sound.)
Slide 6 - Tekstslide
Slide 7 - Video
What happens if you do not use punctuation?
Slide 8 - Tekstslide
Slide 9 - Tekstslide
Were going to learn to cut and paste kids
Slide 10 - Open vraag
Slide 11 - Tekstslide
Toilet only for disabled elderly pregnant children
Slide 12 - Open vraag
Slide 13 - Tekstslide
Quiet birds have ears
Slide 14 - Open vraag
It's your turn:
On Google Classroom, you will find a text. It is up to you (and your neighbour) to fill in the correct punctuation.
You can use this site for the rules: https://www.thepunctuationguide.com/index.html
Slide 15 - Tekstslide
Mrs Smith was a woman who didnt know the difference between its and its One day her husband Mark said Isnt it a bit late for you to learn the difference To which Mrs Smith responded No I really want to know when I have to use its or its It cant be that hard Her husband scratched his big grey beard He didnt know how to explain the difference to his wife Honestly he didnt even know if he knew the difference himself However he did know someone else who could help her James the neighbours son James was a 24-years old handsome secondary school English teacher Yet he wasnt that happy to teach Mrs Smith He found her quite an extraordinary strange and stupid lady She always yelled at him from across the street You are looking good boy Honestly its such a lovely sight to see you James cheeks always turned red at these remarks and now he had to be even closer to the lady However in the end he agreed to help her He spend three weeks teaching her the difference between its and its It was truly an impossible task To be honest James did not think Mrs Smith would ever learn the difference Then one day she said the following sentence Its been a pleasure to spend these days with you James Honestly I have always known the difference Its just that I wanted to spend more time with you The truth is I have always been in love with you Its you and your adorable smile Its radiance always lights up my day
Slide 16 - Tekstslide
Mrs. Smith was a woman who didn't know the difference between its and it's. One day, her husband Mark said: "Isn't it a bit late for you to learn the difference. To which Mrs. Smith responded: "No, I really want to know when I have to use its or it's. It can't be that hard." Her husband scratched his big, grey beard. He didn't know how to explain the difference to his wife. Honestly, he didn't even know if he knew the difference himself. However, he did know someone else who could help her: James the neighbours' son. James was a 24-years old, handsome secondary school English teacher. Yet, he wasn't that happy to teach Mrs. Smith. He found her quite an extraordinary, strange, and stupid lady. She always yelled at him from across the street: "You are looking good, boy! Honestly, it's such a lovely sight to see you!" James' cheeks always turned red at these remarks and now he had to be even closer to the lady. However, in the end he agreed to help her. He spend three weeks teaching her the difference between its and it's. It was truly an impossible task. To be honest, James did not think Mrs. Smith would ever learn the difference. Then one day, she said the following sentence: "It's been a pleasure to spend these days with you, James. Honesty, I have always known the difference. It's just that I wanted to spend more time with you. The truth is, I have always been in love with you. It's you and your adorable smile. Its radiance always lights up my days."