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Kung-Fu Punctuation 1 - White Belt

KS2 English Education Punctuation - capital letters full stop comma
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Gavin Brock

on 30 September 2012

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Transcript of Kung-Fu Punctuation 1 - White Belt

Kung-Fu Punctuation English - KS2 We are learning to
use punctuation... What are we learning today? A . , Kung-fu style! Full stop Comma , White Belt Tournament Level 1 - White Belt Capital letter Full stop Comma . A comma lets us know we should pause or take a breath,
even though the sentence isn't finished yet. I enjoy football basketball hockey rugby and rollerblading. My favourite subjects are reading writing and arithmetic. The long dusty winding road stretched far ahead. Commas help to break up lists, lists, lists and lists. Commas also help to break up long, descriptive, flowery, wordy sentences. With your right arm bent so that your hand is in front of your face, Make the noise, 'Shi!' make a short twisting motion at the wrist to signify the comma shape. A full stop comes at the end
of most sentences Logan went shopping with his mum Benjamin bought a baguette Throw a short, right-handed punch in the air in front of you. Make the noise, 'Ha!' Now practise: . Ha! . . It lets the reader know that the sentence has ended Now try these: . Then Benjamin ate the baguette . Activity: Copy out the sentences, filling in the missing capital letters
and full stops. WILF: Neatest handwriting. Capital letters at the beginning of sentences, for names of places and people. Full stops at the end of each complete sentence. A full stop is always followed by a capital letter This lets us know a new sentence has begun . . Capital Letters Full stops Capital letters Commas Put your hands together and take a bow. Say the words:
"CAPITAL LETTER". Every sentence begins with a capital letter. Names of people and places also begin with a capital letter. Activity: Copy out the sentences, filling in the missing capital letters. WILF: Neatest handwriting. Capital letters: at the beginning of sentences for names of places for names of people. Consolidation A proper bout of Punctuation Kung-Fu requires three players:
two combatants and a referee. The combatants face each other. The referee says the words "capital letter" and the opponents bow to each other saying the same phrase. The referee then calls out three punctuation marks and the players have to put the moves and sounds for these together, in sequence, as quickly as they can. The winner is the one who puts together all three moves and their accompanying sounds in the quickest time. Good luck! Activity: Copy out the sentences, filling in the missing capital letters, full stops and commas. WILF: Neatest handwriting. Capital letters at the beginning of sentences, for names of places and people. Full stops at the end of each complete sentence. Commas to break up lists or long, descriptive sentences. Remember: there is no comma before the word 'and'. I enjoy football, basketball, hockey, rugby and rollerblading. The long, dusty, winding road stretched far ahead. My favourite subjects are reading, writing and arithmetic. Down in the valley there were three farms. The owners of these farms had done well. They were rich men. They were also nasty men. All three of them were about as nasty and mean as any men you could meet. Their names were Farmer Boggis, Farmer Bunce and Farmer Bean. down in the valley there were three farms the owners of these farms had done well they were rich men they were also nasty men all three of them were about as nasty and mean as any men you could meet their names were farmer boggis farmer bunce and farmer bean - Fantastic Mr Fox
by Roald Dahl Your turn. Using Punctuation Kung-Fu, put the capital letters, commas and full stops back into the text. the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog i have never been to japan I have never been to Japan my favourite cartoon is spongebob squarepants My favourite cartoon is Spongebob Squarepants
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