Connective Words Posters


Tags: English , Language , Media & non-fiction , Prose , Age 7-11 (KS2) , Age 11-14 (KS3)

Posters for display- great revision aide. Covers connectives under the topics of adding, cause and effect, sequencing, qualifying, emphasising, illustrating, comparing and contrasting.

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South Chadderton School
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      • 5
      • My class liked this as it helped them to understand connectives and when to use them.
      • 4
      • We found this useful in class when writing reports and instructions
      • 5
      • Students refer to these poster frequently while completing various writing assignments.
      • 5
      • I printed this resource and put everything on the wall. It proved to be useful for my students who loved it.
      • 4
      • nice colourful posters easy to use for in class
      • 4
      • My ELLs really enjoyed the posters because it reiterated what I was teaching.
      • 4
      • I liked it because it classified connectives to clarify meaning
      • Anonymous
      • 3
      • I posted on the walls of a classroom. When conducting any lessons where the students need to expand on their phrases I get them to refer to these posters. Stops repetition and helps Trinity exam students.
      • Anonymous
      • 4
      • good
      • Anonymous
      • 4
      • Used in class students found it easy as words already put into groups.
      • Anonymous
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      • Very clear and helpful groupings.
      • Anonymous
      • 5
      • We have connectives as a class focus and they are also on individual targets - these posters organise them very effectively and make it easier for the children to use these connectives in their writing.
      • Anonymous
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      • Bold poster I could use in my classroom
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