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Writing types expected of Saskatchewan fourth and fifth graders.

Writing types expected of Saskatchewan fourth and fifth graders.

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    • Description
      Describe an object, place, or person in a way that creates a vivid impression in the reader's mind, enabling the reader to visualize what is being described
    • Factual Account
      A story or account of events, experiences, or the like that happened
    • Story
      A made-up tale, an incident or a series of events
    • Personal Narrative
      Relates an event, incident, or experience your own life. The events are given the order in which they actually occurred in time. It includes vivid descriptive details as well as the thoughts, feelings, and reactions.
    • Journal
      A personal record of occurrences, experiences, and reflections kept on a regular basis; a diary.
    • Personal Opinion
      The view you take on an issue
    • Report
      An account describing in detail an event, and situation, usually as the result of observation, research, etc.
    • Biography
      An account of the series of events making up a person's life
    • Summary
      Presents the main points or general idea in brief form
    • Personal Letter
      A written or printed communication addressed to a person or organization and usually transmitted by mail.
    • Poem
      Writing in verse, especially one that uses an artistic form, descriptive words and rhythm to express an imaginative idea of the subject.