Recount Writing Introduction

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Recount Writing Introduction

  1. 1. 16 February 2012Recount WritingWALT:1. Understand the purpose and structure of a recount
  2. 2. Brainstorm.In the middle of the top half ofyour book write Recount.By yourself brainstorm what youthink a Recount is.
  3. 3. A recount is a piece of text thatretells past events, usually inorder which they happened.The purpose of a recount is togive the audience a descriptionof what occurred and when itoccurred.Recounts are written in pasttense.
  4. 4. The structure of a recount:Introduction paragraph that tellswho, what, where and when.A sequence of events in the orderin which they occurred.A conclusion.
  5. 5. By yourself brainstorm ideas ofwhat you could do your recounton.Decide on one idea and plan whatyour recount will be about. Includewho, what, where and when.Begin writing your introduction ofyour recount.

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