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Writing exciting sentences

May20

Temple Run 1

Today in year six we wrote some ‘exciting sentences’ based on the popular app, Temple Run. ‘Writing exciting sentences’ is a book from Alan Peat (@alanpeat) which gives models and examples of amazing sentences.

 

Today we  looked at two sentence types:

When; when; when, then.

and

Tell: show 3 exampes;__.

 

We wrote on tables too (we call them ‘blue boards’) which helped us to explore our ideas and gave us space to think. Have a look at pictures of some of our examples below.

 

Paige & Katie:

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Alfie:

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Erin & Chloe:

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George & Daniel:

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Josh:

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Hayden:

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Summer:

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Mercedes:

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Our class models:

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 I am Mrs Tunnicliffe and I am a teacher at Riders Junior School. I trained to be a teacher for four years at the University of Brighton and  have been teaching at Riders since September 2007. During the six years I have been at Riders, I have taught in year 3, year 5 and year 6 so I’ve been teaching/training to teach for 10 years now!

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