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This is a full lesson teaching how to use possessive apostrophes.
Possessive apostrophes are apostrophes used to show that something belongs to something else e.g. cat’s whiskers
This resource is a PowerPoint presentation which includes a full lesson’s worth of activities for teaching children how to use possessive apostrophes. The notes section also includes teaching tips, ideas and further explanations.
The presentation includes: √ Learning objective √ Three success criteria √ Starter activity √ Review of relevant prior learning (contractions and plurals, including irregular plurals) √ Teaching input – what are possessive apostrophes and how to use them √ Consolidation activities √ Differentiated questioning (3 levels) √ Guided/ whole class activities √ Differentiated independent activities (3 levels) √ Extend learning – Looking at exceptions √ Speaking and listening, reading and writing activities √ Plenary – Reasoning Task
PLEASE NOTE – Please look at the ‘notes’ section of the PowerPoint for additional information about each slide. These include teaching tips, ideas and further explanations.
This lesson is also suitable for being delivered remotely through online learning with some slight adaptations. It could combine very well with platforms such as Pear Deck and Nearpod.

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