Australia - Using Apostrophes of Possession with Singular and Proper Nouns Language Conventions Teaching Pack

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Australia - Using Apostrophes of Possession with Singular and Proper Nouns Language Conventions Teaching Pack

Australia - Using Apostrophes of Possession with Singular and Proper Nouns Language Conventions Teaching Pack - In this lesson pack, the teaching PowerPoint explains the different uses of an apostrophe and explores the spelling rules for using apostrophes of possession with plural nouns. The PowerPoint also explains some exceptions and potential pitfalls with apostrophes of possession. In the accompanying differentiated activity, children can practice converting singular nouns into pleural possessive nouns, correctly using apostrophes of possession. The accompanying starter game could also be used to distinguish between plural and possessive nouns.
Australia - Using Apostrophes of Possession with Singular and Proper Nouns Language Conventions Teaching Pack contains:
  • 067 Using Apostrophes of Possession with Singular and Proper Nouns SPaG Teaching Pack [PPT]
  • of Possession with Singular and Proper Nouns Worksheet [DOC]
  • of Possession with Singular and Proper Nouns Worksheet [PDF]

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  • Homepage » Australia » Australian Curriculum Browser » English » Year 5 » Language » Text Structure and Organisation » Understand how the grammatical category of possessives is signalled through apostrophes and how to use apostrophes with common and proper nouns (ACELA1506)
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