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Modality Word Wall with Information

Teach Starter Publishing
Word, PDF | 12 pages | Years: 3 - 6

A set of 56 vocabulary words based on the degrees of modality in persuasive writing.

Use these words to make a word wall, together with the information posters explaining the differing degrees of modality.

Words include: would, is, must, have to, will not, will always, never, absolutely, clearly, definitely, undoubtedly, certainly, obviously, positively, may, might not, might, ought, maybe, sometimes, rarely, chance, slight possibility, occasionally, not sure, certainty, definite, certain, essential, clear, necessary, complete, absolute, probably, tends to, should, often, regularly, majority, unlikely, frequently, likely, probable, usually, couldn’t, could, can, possibility, possibly, possible, doubtful, unsure, high possibility, probability and low probability.

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  • Alesha Robinson
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    Error loading the wrong resource!!

    • Paul (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Alesha, The resource is downloading correctly for us. Please contact us at [email protected] and we'll help you work through the problem.

  • Rach C
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    Would be great if these weren't labelled or colour coded to use as a sorting activity

    • Kristian
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      Hi Rachelle, A great workaround to achieve this would be to find a theme you like in name tags here: https://www.teachstarter.com/resource-type/classroom-organisation/nametags/ Then in the Teach Starter Studio add the list of words from the post description above. This will create cards with each of the words which you can then use as a sorting activity. If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don't hesitate to contact me.

  • Alison Kelly
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    I would love this resource converted into a desk mat so the students can have one on their desk while they work.

    • Kristian
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      Hi Alison, thanks for your suggestion. Please feel free to suggest it via the Request a Resource section: https://www.teachstarter.com/request-a-resource/ Your request will be voted on by the community. Each week, our team creates the most popular request. If your request hits the top of the list, we’ll be happy to make it for you!

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    Hi Nicci Thanks for the great suggestion, I'll look into creating a different version of this resource that children can sort. As you can understand, we get a number of requests to create new resources, so I can't guarantee when I'll have it updated for you. We’ll soon be offering a way for Teacher and Ultimate Plan members to submit their requests and have them voted on by the Teach Starter community. Each month we will complete the most popular requests. Please let me know if you have any further questions, I’m more than happy to help. Kind regards, Shanelle

  • Nicci Maddison
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    Would be a good game to play if the children had to classify them themselves- so not labelled as high or low. Otherwise it's great and I'm using it today

  • Sara Slater
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    this looks great and will support my writing lessons