Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling
- have, anything
- Did you notice the sign on the door?
- It took them a week to notice.
- an, a, the
- While Nate is shopping, Liza takes the dog for a walk.
- I didn’t buy a handbag, although I did see one that I liked.
- Answers may vary, eg Can you turn off the television?
- They were surprised by the response – passive
- I was welcomed by the head teacher – passive
- The man juggled with the apples – active
- I dragged my suitcase down the street – active
- I shouted, “Watch out for that dog!”
- Nadiya was walking home.
- when, and
- Answers may vary eg The first sentence is asking someone if they’re going to tell Gareth, but the second sentence is asking Gareth if he is going to tell.
- anxious, confident
- I’ll take an umbrella as it’s raining – conjunction
- She bought it as a present – preposition
- He waved as he left the room – conjunction
- the sky; the sea
- a bird
- at sea
- one mark for two points: the sea plays and the sea can speak
one mark for one point plus supporting evidence eg the poet describes the sea like a child, eg ‘It plays with the clouds’
two marks for two points with supporting evidence eg the poet describes the sea like a child, eg ‘It plays with the clouds’. The sea can also speak.
three marks for two points each with a piece of supporting evidence eg the poet describes the sea like a child, eg ‘It plays with the clouds’. The sea can also speak as it says it whistles and tells.
Maths – 2-D and 3-D shapes
- An octagon has 8 sides
All the angles in a regular hexagon are the same
A regular pentagon has 5 equal length sides
- Scalene triangle
- It has 4 sides that are the same length and its opposite angles are equal
- Rectangle and parallelogram
- Side A is the same length as the 10cm side so A = 10cm.
Side B is the same length as the 4cm side, so B = 4cm
Angle C is the same as the labelled angle, so C = 112o
- Radios, Diameter, Circumference
- Cuboid, cone
- Triangular prism – net B
Square-based pyramid – net C
Triangle-based pyramid – net A
- Top left and bottom right
- A triangular prism has 5 faces
2 of its faces are triangles and 3 of its faces are rectangles