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Use punctuation accurately in writing (AF6).

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on 26 June 2011

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Transcript of Use punctuation accurately in writing (AF6).

Objective: Use punctuation accurately in writing (AF6) Can you work out who this is? Must: Correctly use capital letters, full stops and commas (level 4c/b).

Should: Use capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks and speech marks, there might be a few errors (level 4a/5c).

Could: Correctly use capital letters, full stops, question marks and speech marks (level 5b). , ? "" A . dear son

after making your favourite cheese and pickle sandwich this morning for your packed lunch i noticed that your red cape was wrinkled stained and torn when i picked it up your smelly socks fell out onto the floor your dad said he should know better and i agreed please remember to put your laundry in the laundry basket after work today and let me know if your cape needs mending i hope you enjoy your day save many lives and defeat the evil punctuation monster how about turkey sandwiches tomorrow

love
mum http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/words/grammar/punctuation/commas/game.shtml Skills Practice Rule #1: What rule can we come up with to help this sentence?

i am friends with batman and wonder woman Rule #2: What rule can we come up with to help this sentence?

Superman has superhuman strength super breath x-ray vision and heat vision. Rule #3: What rule can we come up with to help this sentence?

Having lost his home world of Krypton Superman is very protective of Earth and especially of Clark Kent’s family and friends. Rule #4: What rule can we come up with to help this sentence?

Is it a bird or is it a plane Rule #5: What rule can we come up with to help this sentence?

It’s neither of those she said it’s Superman. I am no ordinary person I said

What are you then he asked

I am extraordinary I replied I am Superman
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