2016

Red-eyed Sea Monsters – Generalisers

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Reports often have generalisers in them – sentences that start with words or phrases such as:

Most…
Many…
All…
Lots of…
A few…
Some…
Usually…
The vast majority of…

The boy tribe used these generalisers to come up with some sentences about red-eyed sea monsters, all in just 5 minutes.

Here are some of them:

Lots of red-eyed sea monsters live in the deepest waters.  (Jean-Wei)

The vast majority of red-eyes mean death or danger. (Sanjay)

Some sea monsters are humungeous. (Tyler)

Many sea monsters sharpen their teeth. (Luke)

All red eyes are fast. (Adiel)

All red eye sea monsters poo as big as a water bottle. (Cayden)

Lots of red eyed sea monsters prefer warm water to cold water.  (Brandon)

Many red eyes are blue and red. (Shaiden)

Many sea monsters are really fast. (Keith)

Most sea monsters on our planet are dangerous. (Shayan)

All red eyes live in the bottom of oceans. (Balaji)

Some can swallow a ship with 60 pirates on board. (Mohsin)

Most sea monsters are extremely vicious. (Caleb)

Most megaladons eat 5,000 great white sharks in a gulp. (Eamon)

Most sea monsters like to swim around where pirates anchor. (Corbyn)

Most red-eyes are 100 years old. (Riley)

Some red eyes may die when pirates hunt them. (Tristan)

Some red eyed sea monsters hide their babies in a dark cave. (Nicholas)

Usually megaladons sharpen their teeth with daggers. (Archie)

Can you come up with some more of your own?

 

3 Comments

  • Kristin Chave
    November 3, 2016 - 8:37 pm | Permalink

    Wow super work Boy Tribe!

  • K. K.
    November 4, 2016 - 12:07 pm | Permalink

    did you know megaladons were thought to live
    more then 1,000,000 years ago?
    a few weeks ago I saw a megaladon trying to
    eat a ship on the start of 2 shows on YouTube
    1 was called 15 megaladon sightings around
    the world (but it only looked like it) the 2nd one
    was called Megaladons (being first explained)

    • Sanay
      November 25, 2016 - 10:18 am | Permalink

      Were about did you see a meagladons how big was it was it small or big or is it much more taller than all of us were did you see that show have you seen one in real life.

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