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Thursday, 12 April 2018

WRITING A NARRATIVE

WRITING A NARRATIVE
WALT: include descriptive and creative vocabulary in our writing
WALT: use a variety of sentence types in our writing.

Taking a look at the picture above, what do you see? Was it like this at the beginning of your story?  Did it appear in your story? Was it still like this at the end?

Things to think about:
  • Use a variety of sentence types
  • Use speech
  • Use descriptive language
  • Use punctuation (full stops/ capital letters)
  • Check spelling

INTRODUCTION:
Setting
(Where does it take place?)

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Characters
(Who is in the story?/ What are they like? Personality, appearance).
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PROBLEM: (Pick 3 of the 4 below)
When/Where/ What/ Who


RESOLUTION:
How is the problem fixed?
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Start Writing here:

Once when I went to the dusty river it was full of rubbish and it was ugly  and it had some long grass and it has a walkway and there are heaps of tall trees they are fat  too much stickies and big rocks that we can sit on. Leaves to.

Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Thursday, 5 April 2018

Did You shake your tail Feathers

Did You Shake Your Tail Feathers?

P5 What can we infer about Kāhu? He got scared
He got scared
Does he feel the same way about returning the feather as Weka?
no
Why is Kāhu following Weka?
because he want the feathers
P7  How is this similar to when Weka talked to Kāhu?
is this your feathers
P8  Why did Kiwi snap at Weka?
because i don’t have any tail feathers
P9 Why do you think Kāhu swooped down from the branches above?
kahu wanted the feather
P10 What has Weka bumped into?
Weka  jump into a branch
Why have Kāhu and Pūkeko stopped?
Because they saw Karearea
P15 What does this page tell us about Kārearea?
Karearea is fearless and fearsome