Our Letters Home30-11-2018 | 10:51:17 | 2 Comments

This week, Year 6 have been writing letters (as Michael from Kensuke’s Kingdom) back home to send help to get him off the island.

We have focused on subordinate clauses this week, which are parts of sentences which may use a subordinating conjunction at the beginning. For example, if, when, because.

We used the acronym: I SAW A WABUB to help us remembers some subordinating conjunctions in our work.

https://www.theschoolrun.com/what-is-a-clause – more information is available at this site for work on clauses and you can also use your revision guides at home.

Can you hear any examples of subordinate clauses, which are read aloud by our excellent pupils? The password is ‘6a’

 

2 Responses to “Our Letters Home”

  1. I really like the subordinate clause, “Since I have been stuck here for months,”

    Mr Ball

  2. Well done Rhys, what a fabulous letter you have written.

    Mum 🙂

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