All students in KS3 are looking at the hand (opposite) to remember the five aspects of a simple sentence.
The students will be adding information by understanding the difference between a subordinate clause and phrase.
A main clause is a simple sentence. Example: It was a lovely day.
A subordinate clause has both a subject and a verb but does not make sense on its own. Example: As the student crossed the road, he waved goodbye to his friends.
A subordinate phrase does not have either a subject or verb. Example: In the morning, I eat a healthy breakfast.
Literacy quiz to follow next week!