Walt I can make links across texts by recognising connectives or adverbial clauses
I was learning this because i got this wrong in my asTTle reading test.
This is how you do the strategy. Firstly you need to know what a connective is, a connective is a linking word, the easy word we all use to connect a sentence is. And. there are heaps more e.g then, next, after, when. there are still more but if i list them it would take up the whole blog post. Next you need to know about adverbial clauses. adverbial clauses are harder to understand than connectives. so here is some information about Adverbial clauses.Firstly they don't make sense on their own. Secondly they tell as, how, where, when, how long or why.
Friday, 18 September 2015
Over the last three days I have been participating in the koru games, which is a sport tournament that is hold over three days. we had four options of sports, netball , basketball , touch and football. I picked touch. I really enjoyed the second day because we had more games, also we got lollies from Xanthe's mum. Thinking back to the beginning of the year, I really improved on communicating with my team. Something I will remember is almost wining our last game against South new brightion, The school I was going to go to but instead i went to burwood. The school I went to before oaklands