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How to make mind maps


Using mind maps to write reports


Information Reports at Writing Fun
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A PowerPoint Exemplar of a report.




















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WALT: We are learning to write narratives
Success Criteria: We will ...
1. Write narratives using my own personal voice.
2. Write narratives using the point of view of 1st or 3rd person.
3. Write narratives using the past tense.
4. Write narratives using descriptive language.
5. My narratives will have an introduction to introduce characters and the setting.
6. My narratives will have a problem and a solution.
7. My narratives will have a conclusion that finishes the story or tells of lessons learnt.

























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Term 2 2010
Big Learning Intention: WALT write a character description that our readers can imagine.
Success Criteria: We will know we have succeeded when we have created a mind-map of our character and written a description from the mind-map.


WALT: How to use PhotoPeach to create a digital story to embed into your blog.
Success Criteria: The photos are in a logical order that tells a story. You use proper sentences to describe: the setting (where), the characters (who/what), things you discovered (what)



Learning Intention: WALT write persuasively to encourage others to see our point of view.

Success Criteria: We will know we have succeeded . . .
- when we have created an advertisement that persuades us to do or buy something.
- when we use all the persuasive features on our checklist.


Week 2
1. Visit this website that that creates polls . Look at the bottom of the page for an ad.
Write down the name of the ad and what they are selling. List the persuasive features they use to advertise their product.
2. Now visit this maths game site , it has a few advertisements. Choose one and draw a copy of it in your book, label the persuasive features.



















Term 1 2010 Character Descriptive Writing
Big Learning Intention: WALT write a character description that our readers can imagine.

Success Criteria: We will know we have succeeded when we have created a mind-map of our character and written a description from the mind-map.

Week 7 Learning Intentions
1. WALT brainstorm ideas to describe our avatar characters.
2. WALT add detail and group ideas into our brainstorm of our avatar characters.

Week 3 - 4
Learning Intention: We are learning to write key information in our own words.
Learning Intention: We are learning to write simple and compound sentences.

Success Criteria: We will know we have succeeded when we create a slide-show on the life cycle of the monarch butterfly. It will have key information in own own words and use both simple and compound sentences.

Complete your slide-shows and save onto Mr Wood's usb flash drive. You will be embedding them onto our class blog and writing a short paragraph about all things you have learnt making this slide-show.
















2009 Links
Term 4 Explanation Writing
Term 3 Narratives
Term 2 Persuasive