Friday, 22 May 2015

Telling my Story

I On Friday 15th of May we had the Junior School cross-country. We ran hard in the mud and puddles; some of us even ran up and down Cycle Mountain!
We decided to tell our cross-country stories. We have done this in two ways. Firstly we panned our writing and then we wrote our story. We used our senses to help add some details to our writing. We thought about what we could see, what we could hear, what we could feel and how we felt in our heart.
We also told our story in ‘code’. With Carolyn we thought about how we can use paint and symbols to share our story. Again we thought about what we could see, what we could hear, what we could feel and how we felt in our heart.

Success Criteria:
  • Plan my writing
  • Add details to my writing
  • Create a code to tell my story
  • Speak clearly and with expression as I tell my story


How I am going
Plan my writing
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Add details to my writing
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Create a code to tell my story
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Speak clearly and with expression as I tell my story
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Reflection
  
I really like: adding details to more story because it's make it even for cooler for me and the person who reads it.
I think I need to practice: adding full stops in the right place so my writing makes sense.
Something that really helped me was: looking up at the board and using the looking words.

Kerri Thinks
You have told your cross country story in 2 ways. Firstly you used your senses to plan and write your story and secondly you painted you story in a 'code'. I love the way you use our class writing in your personal writing. You think about all the juicy words we have talked about and try to include some in your story. Remember to use the class words lists as 'looking words' to help when you 'fix up' your writing.

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