To write a recount

In this lesson, we will start off by investigating which sentence starters are appropriate for newspaper reports. Then, we will look over our plans from the previous lesson and use them to inform our writing when writing a recount. We will also be using the success criteria to support us in our writing. We will look at a shared piece of writing, followed by a modelled piece of writing. Both methods will support the children to write their own recounts. This lesson mentions weapons. Please make sure your child is supervised through this lesson.

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Lesson summary: To write a recount

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