This term we are learning to write in a persuasive way. Persuasive texts need to make a point, or persuade the reader to agree with a particular point of view. We found out that there are different types of persuasion:
Today we had to write our own bold beginnings. Miss Taylor gave us a story starter and we changed it to make it exciting for our audience to read.
Yesterday I went for a ride on my new bike.
I hopped on my bike and pedalled around the block - Olivia
My legs go round as I pedal along the path on my new bike - Jade
My feet were pushing down on the pedals on my new bike as I tried to climb a big hill – Riley
My legs were pounding as I was biking as fast as I could – Tyler
I pedalled down the steep hill before crashing my new bike into a tree – Jake
“Mum, Dad, I’m going for a ride on my new bike” I yelled out loud – Matthew G
“This is going too fast, how do I slow down ?!” I yell as a I crash into a window – Victoria
“Ahh what a nice day to go biking around the block” I said to mum as I hopped on my new bike – Olivia
“This is exhausting Dad, I’ve already done 6 laps!” I yell at Dad – Riley
I wish I knew how to, but I don’t, I don’t know how to change the gears I thought to myself – Abby R
I wonder how fast this thing can go? - Alex
I thought my new bike would be shiny and clean, but it’s rusty and dirty – Matthew P
I wonder if I can ride my new bike with no hands? - Cole
Crash! I just hit the garbage can – Jasmin
Zoom! I was riding on my new bike – Cole
Errrrr! Tire all over the road, I did a big skid! - Riley
Bang! I crashed my new bike into our new fence – Troy
Smash, I crashed into a branch on a tree swerving around an old lady – Tyler
Screech! The brakes are not working! – Fletcher
We are learning to bring our writing to life and hook our audience from the start. Today we learnt about four different ways to start our writing. We looked at a "boring" story starter and then some examples of ways to make it BOLD!
One sunny day I went to the beach and saw a mermaid.