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Help needed phrasing a child-speak objective

Discussion in 'Primary' started by LittleMissCurious, Jun 21, 2011.

  1. The focus of the session is diary writing, looking at maintaining the viewpoint of the character writing the diary entry. It's for a mixed Year 4/5 class. Does "I can write a diary
    entry in the style of a flood victim" should child-speaky enough??
     
  2. The focus of the session is diary writing, looking at maintaining the viewpoint of the character writing the diary entry. It's for a mixed Year 4/5 class. Does "I can write a diary
    entry in the style of a flood victim" should child-speaky enough??
     
  3. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    'I can write a diary entry from another person's viewpoint' might be better.

    Flood victims don't really have a generic style of writing do they?
     
  4. Thanks Minnie! It's been too long a day and my brain is fried!!
     

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