descriptive_sentences

descriptive_sentences - always start them in the same way....

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Descriptive sentences. Our class target is to add  detail to our sentences to  tell the reader a little bit  more.
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Simple sentences. Simple sentences are usually include just a noun and verb. The dog barked. Noun  (naming  word) verb  (action  word)
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Expanding sentences We can use the following words to add a detail describing WHERE the action happened. on under below beside at next to inside behind in front of around beyond before
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Changing simple sentences. Make a simple then detailed sentence . the dog   barked at the silver moon leapt the cow   beyond the snow  capped mountains    a girl   danced towards the  smugglers cave. noun verb detail
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Playing with word order. Sentences can be very repetitive if we
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Unformatted text preview: always start them in the same way. Very often we begin with the noun. The boy looked at the sparkling stars. A clown juggled 3 balls over his head. Changing the word order. Start with the noun then with a different sentence part. the dinosaur hid across the dusty land lurked A goblin through the underground passages a ghost strode in the deserted museum noun verb detail Your task. L.O to add detail to interest the reader. Choose 3 sentence cards from your table. Experiment with the word order. Record your sentence in your literacy book ....
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