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February6

Online stories

 

 

 

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WHAT ARE YOUR VIEWS?

October29

Watch the link below and reflect on what you think about your classroom! Share your views in your Creative Writing book.

 

IS YOUR CLASSROOM FAIR?

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WHAT IF EVERYONE LOOKED THE SAME!

August13

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STEPS TO WRITING SUCCESS

July29

Seven Steps to Story Writing Success by: Jen Mcveity

Step 1: Plan For Success

(Start with a bang, slowly build up the tension and end on a real high point)

Start where the action is, with a bang
Plot Development
Gradually build up the tension
End on a real high point

Step 2: Sizzling Starts

Tip: Start where the action is. Not at the beginning of the day where nothing is happening. Begin right in the middle of the action to hook your readers.
Step 3: Tightening Tension

Tip: Visualise the scene in your mind. Use the five senses as a guide – What did you See, Hear, Smell, Touch, Taste. Start strong, but save your best arguments and persuasive techniques for near the end.
Step 4: Dynamic Dialogue

Top Tip: Include quotations from experts, real words from a victim, concise sayings from famous people. Get rid of the boring bits.
Step 5: Show Don’t Tell

Tip: If I tell you I am generous, do you believe me??? No way. But if I buy all 20 raffle tickets to help cancer research, are you more convinced? Actions really do speak louder than words.
Step 6: Ban the Boring Bits

Tip: Ban all mention of bus or car trips, breakfasts and beds. (Unless of course you want something mysterious to happen to one of your characters while they are eating breakfast in bed on a train!!)
Step 7: Exciting Endings

Tip: First lines and last lines are what people remember the most. Be powerful in order to persuade

 

Interactive Plot Diagram (Try planning your draft along this diagram)
Plot Diagram

 

SNAPSHOT WRITING- CAMP ROTATION ACTIVITIES

June8

AT CAMP, YOU WERE INVOLVED IN A VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES:

  • GIANT SWING
  • TRAMPOLINE
  • FLYING FOX
  • CLIMBING WALL
  • LOW ROPES

GIVE ME A SNAPSHOT OF YOUR FAVOURITE CAMP ACTIVITY AND HELP ME MAKE CONNECTIONS WITH YOUR EXPERIENCE.  

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INFERENCE- LILY AND THE SNOWMAN

May7

A beautiful short animation about a little girl and her frozen friend.

What do you infer?

FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE- visual literacy

September24

 

HOW TO IDENTIFY FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE!

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Visual Literacy – The Present

August29

View the clip ‘The Present’ – a short 4 minute animation created by Jacob Frey. 

 


 

  • Discuss why the boy feels the way he does about the dog. 
  • Discuss why his mother may have bought that particular dog for him. 
  • Write a section of dialogue between Mum and the pet shop owner, perhaps she tells him why she wants that specific dog. 

 

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Emotive Language

June2

Writers use emotive language in order to connect and create an impact on their audience. Watch the clip below and find ways to include emotive language in your writing.

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NAPLAN – Online Practice Tests

April25

Have a go at the Smeebu Numeracy and Literacy Practice Tests online. Remember always, Practice makes one perfect. 

Use the link below to practice for the test. You can do the test as many times as you wish, so do not be afraid to make mistakes. Good luck! 

http://www.smeebu.com/

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