Friday, 4 August 2017

Immersion assembly

Immersion Assembly

Welcome back! Who is excited for this term? We are going to leap into writing by creating some exciting recounts about our immersion assembly!
WALT: plan for our writing

When we plan, we need to think about:
  • Who our audience is.
  • How we are going hook this audience in - how are we going to capture their attention in a creative way?
  • How we are going to create a description of the event which makes our audience feel like they were at the event too.
  • How we are going to keep our audience interested as they read.

Step 1: Brainstorm.
What you could include:
  • Descriptive words
  • Ideas for a hook
  • Key things you can remember from the assembly
    • What you enjoyed
    • What made you laugh

Step 2: Plan your own recount (double click on the drawing below).

Step 3: Write your recount! Click here to read a model recount.
Transition Words
Past tense
At first…
Once we…
Once I…
At last…
In the end…
You should be telling the audience what has already happened since we have already had Immersion Assembly!

If you can think of any others, use them! This is just to get you started.

Start writing here:

When we went to the hall for assembly.There was bright bright stars. When the lights went of they were even brighter. They looked very cool.The first one was team 1. They were learning about to fly to some planets.Team 2 was singing a really cool space song. Team 3 was learning about. Time season and plants.A drone  was flying up into the air. But something came out of it.It was green aliens.  Mr Wise men and Mr Jacobson destroyed them. With lightsabers and they defeated the aliens and it was so so cool.When it was finished we went back to class and we wrote about it. But one alien was Mr Burt. That assembly was so so cool.   

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