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Writing recounts, journals and letters<br />NZ<br />
W.A.L.T: Write recounts, journals and letters which describe in detail past events.<br />
Recount/journal WIN:             15/2/10<br />What I need...<br />Records events which have happened<br />Answer who, what...
Letter WIN:                   15/2/10<br />Address of sender<br />Address of person receiving the letter<br />Date<br />De...
Writing process<br />
Thinking tools for planning<br />
Planning<br />WALT: Use a suitable planning styles for your recount.<br />Blue hat thinking<br />
Drafting<br />White hat thinking<br />WALT: write a recount including the facts of what happen and our feelings about the ...
Proof reading<br />Black hat thinking<br />WALT: identify, underline and correct mistakes in our writing. Identify what ne...
Publishing<br />Green hat thinking<br />WALT: To use our new ideas to edit and correct our draft and product a piece of wr...
Feedback<br />Yellow hat thinking<br />Black hat thinking<br />WALT: to give and receive feedback on our writing so we can...
Create a mind map to organise your recount and answer who, what, when, where and how.<br />
Create a flow chart to show what happened and the order of events.<br />
Think about the things you would like to describe in detail.  USE A THESAURUS!<br />
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  1. 1. Writing recounts, journals and letters<br />NZ<br />
  2. 2. W.A.L.T: Write recounts, journals and letters which describe in detail past events.<br />
  3. 3. Recount/journal WIN: 15/2/10<br />What I need...<br />Records events which have happened<br />Answer who, what, when, where, when and how<br /> <br />Use descriptive language<br /> First person<br />Contains the writers point of view <br />thoughts and comments about the events<br /> <br />Past tense<br />Gave, drove, went, ran, and swam.<br /> <br />Sequence words in order of time<br />Firstly, secondly, last, then, during, while, next, finally <br />Journals are always dated<br />Well done!<br />
  4. 4. Letter WIN: 15/2/10<br />Address of sender<br />Address of person receiving the letter<br />Date<br />Dear<br />From- Yours Sincerely- Kind regards <br />There can be business or personal <br />Amazing work!<br />
  5. 5. Writing process<br />
  6. 6. Thinking tools for planning<br />
  7. 7. Planning<br />WALT: Use a suitable planning styles for your recount.<br />Blue hat thinking<br />
  8. 8. Drafting<br />White hat thinking<br />WALT: write a recount including the facts of what happen and our feelings about the event<br />Red hat thinking<br />
  9. 9. Proof reading<br />Black hat thinking<br />WALT: identify, underline and correct mistakes in our writing. Identify what needs improvement<br />Remember 3 people need to proof read your work and give you feedback on what needs improving<br />
  10. 10. Publishing<br />Green hat thinking<br />WALT: To use our new ideas to edit and correct our draft and product a piece of writing ready for publishing<br />present your work neatly, with clear handwriting, pictures and a colourful boarder<br />
  11. 11. Feedback<br />Yellow hat thinking<br />Black hat thinking<br />WALT: to give and receive feedback on our writing so we can improve on our next piece of writing.<br />Remember 2 stars (positives) and 1 wish (negative)<br />
  12. 12. Create a mind map to organise your recount and answer who, what, when, where and how.<br />
  13. 13. Create a flow chart to show what happened and the order of events.<br />
  14. 14. Think about the things you would like to describe in detail. USE A THESAURUS!<br />
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