To plan the final paragraphs of a newspaper report

In this lesson, we will start by using journalistic sentence starters to form the beginning of our factual statements. There will be a list to choose to practise from. We will then discuss the lesson success criteria and make sure it is applied in the lesson. After that, we will look at some examples of eyewitness statements and who could have been at the scene of the event. We will plan two eyewitness statements. Finally, we will look at a modelled piece of writing for the final paragraph of a newspaper report. We will make notes from it and use it for our plans.

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