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Until I met Dudley text

Discussion in 'Primary' started by justplaintired, Feb 14, 2011.

  1. I have used it in different ways - we first of all wrote a wild and wacky explanation for a different machine and then wrote in proper steps how really worked. I have also used it in association with the film about the shirt maker - drawing their own machine and writing how it works.
     
  2. CB123

    CB123 New commenter

    I was thinking of letting the children thinking of wacky explanations - Im guessing the children enjoy that part. As for how it actually works did you go through how it works and then the children write it down in their own words?
     
  3. CB123

    CB123 New commenter

    Thanks Gibble,
    Just looked at the Cracking Contraptions clips and they look a great stimulus
     

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