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Description 'My Weekend Recount' (Example) An example for students to read and to help them with their own personal writing of recounts. Notice the use of sequencing words: First, Then, Next, After that and Finally. The last sentence is a feeling statement. Note: the sentences are colour-coded to make it easier for students who may need extra support with reading this recount. Credit: I would like to thank MyCuteGraphics for the Clip Art used in this resource. Thank you for purchasing this…
trish hughes saved to Projects to Try
recount - Analyzing recount writing in first grade (1 of 2)
Ann Liufalani saved to English
Description The 'Writing a Recount Cheat Sheet' is based on the Genre Skeleton for Recounts. The Cheat Sheet is an easy to use sheet showing the format of the Recount Genre. A great tool for parents to have in order to fully understand what is needed of their children when writing a Recount, whether for homework or an assignment. The Recount Cheat Sheet follows the sections necessary for students to write a good Recount - Title, Setting, Events 1,2,3,... and Ending. Suitable for children…
Tania Gallagher saved to Writing
Free recount writing posters and resources for classrooms, teachers and parents.
Recount writing prompts for primary and elementary students. A great tool for students who struggle getting started. Google slides or pdf.
Bree Jose saved to Year 1/2 2022
Features of a Recount Whoops! I made a small mistake with "It's"!
Rebecca saved to Writing Primary Junior Ideas
Since I shared my visual plans on Sunday, I wanted to pop in and show you how we've done with staying on track! First, I forgot to show you some of our
Peggy Cruz saved to Teaching
Good readers make connections as they read to help them better understand the text. There are three types of connections readers make: text-to-text ("This book reminds me of another book I read...
Neasa Garry saved to 1st and 2nd 2022
Success criteria. Narrative writing. A great checklist for students before they hand in this piece. Print it off or use it digitally.
Claire saved to Classroom!