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Our stories

15 Dec 2021

Over the last few weeks, we have been completing a narrative unit which has culminated in the children writing their own stories. We have all really enjoyed the unit, and I am so proud of the finished products.

We began by looking at good examples of narratives. We discussed our favourite stories, and what particularly we liked about them. We then moved on to identify the purpose and audience of a narrative as well as the features and structure. 

We then focused our grammar and punctuation work on areas that would support our story writing, these included the use of inverted commas, fronted adverbials and time conjunctions. 

After that, we looked at figurative language and using that and the senses to describe a setting and a character. 

We finally got onto the planning process, which was followed by writing and editing. The children created a set of success criteria that they needed to stick to and as an extra challenge, I gave them some extra expectations to try to meet. 

I am so proud of the children’s work. We have 29 completely different stories that are all engaging and entertaining to read. Here are a few for you to read...


 
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