Matariki Day Recount
WALT: recount a personal experience using correct sentence punctuation and sentences which make sense to the reader.
PLANNING: You now have 5 minutes to add the keywords to your plan. Do not write any sentences in the boxes below.
Orientation (Introduction): How will you hook the reader?
Describe what the WHOLE day was about.
Where? Pt england
BODY: Describe what happened during the day.
Paragraph 2: Assembly (3-4 sentences)
What was special about the assembly for Matariki?
Did Mr. Burt (or someone else) say something about Matariki that you felt was important or interesting?
Paragraph 3: Your Group (3-4 sentences)
What happened happened when you met with your group?
Who was/were your teacher(s)?
What were you going to be doing?
Paragraph 4: Your Group (3-4 sentences)
Write about what you create/made. What was the process that you went through?
How did we end the day?
What was your favourite part of the final assembly?
What do you want to/hope to learn about?
What do you think about the day overall?
Now that you have made a plan, it is time to write your recount in full sentences:
I know I have been successful writing because my recount:
Has an orientation to tell who, what, when, where.
Recounts the experience in paragraphs in the order the events happened.
Shares my feelings about the experience at the end.
Is written using verbs in the past tense (I saw, I walked, I felt).
Has sentences with capital letters and full stops.
- Get feedback from a buddy.
- Create a drawing/image or add a photo of your final project.
- Share your writing and image on your blog:
Labels: 2018, Writing, Recount, Matariki Day, Ako 3
- Add the link to your blog to our class Blog Log.
This friday i was Sick because i was playing a game outside in the back