Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Writing


Make sure your information is correct and if there are a variety of versions, choose the most well known
keep your writing in order:
beginning, middle and end
make sure you have your plan
put it into your own words
use more interesting words, 
time connectives - suddenly, later, unexpectedly, meanwhile, next minute...after that
proof read your writing
highlighter strategy

Editing your story is a very important  - Make sure you read it through carefully and check:
Will your story make sense to your reader and will it interest them?
Have you given a satisfactory ending?
Is your spelling correct?
Make sure you have used a range of punctuation ,  .  !  “  “  ?  (  ) 
 Start a new paragraph for:
•A change of time, e.g. Early the next morning…
•A change of place e.g. On the other side of the mountain stood…
•A change of action e.g. At that moment the lights went out.

•A change of character e.g. Unexpectedly, Dr Townley rounded the corner.


WALT retell a Myth / legend from a country we are researching.
Co-constructed SC:

                                                    





                                                   Zashiki-Warashi Adventure


Every night a boy named Zashiki-Warashi hunts pillow's. He is very mischievous. He weirdly touches people's faces with his iceberg hands. He does crazy creepy things like bite your nose like a tiger would do. He makes fascinating sound waves to haunt people through the night. For some reason he is never found in the crack of dawn. Thousands of people keep Looking, but all they find is the Flowing air and footprints. He came across a victim in despair as the howling mist haunted the night. ️️ As he walked closer to the first house he had seen in 5 months, he stepped forward and suddenly... he tripped! Thousands of people crowded around him. He had been caught! At the snap of a finger, he faded into the mist and was never seen again!



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