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Thursday, 14 August 2014

Chris of Commonwealth Games - Punctuation

Commonwealth Games - Punctuation
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WALT: understand and use a range of punctuation, including full stops, capital letters, commas, exclamation marks, question marks and speech marks.


Read the paragraph in box one, then in box two add in the right punctuation.
Hints: Full stops: 3 capital letters: 7 commas: 4 exclamation marks: 0 question marks: 0 speech marks: 0


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The commonwealth is a family of 53 countries. Spread over every continent and ocean in the world although the people of the commonwealth are different in many ways. they work together by sharing ideas and experiences skills and knowledge this year it will be held in Glasgow Scotland. New Zealand Samoa England and Canada Australia. weight lifting
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The commonwealth is a family of 53 countries, spread over every continent and ocean. in the world although the people of the commonwealth are different in many ways they work together by sharing ideas and experiences skills and knowledge this year it will be held in Glasgow Scotland


Early finishers: Take a screenshot of both paragraphs, then post to your blog with a few sentences explaining your learning.

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