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There are two types of elephant. Indian elephants are smaller than African elephants. African elephants are the biggest land animal. They can live to be eighty. Elephants Baby Elephants A baby elephant is called a calf. A newborn elephant weighs about 110kg. It is covered in hair.

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There are two types of elephant. Indian elephants are smaller than African elephants. African elephants are the biggest land animal. They can live to be eighty.

Elephants


Baby Elephants

A baby elephant is called a calf. A newborn elephant weighs about 110kg. It is covered in hair.

Baby elephants stay in the group until they are about ten years old.


The Trunk

An elephant’s trunk is really a nose. They use their trunk to drink. They breathe through the trunk. They also use the trunk to break branches and to pick up food.


Food

Adult elephants eat in the morning and evening. They eat lots of leaves and grass. They use their trunk to suck up water and then squirt it in their mouth.


Habitat

African elephants live in grasslands and forests. Indian elephants live in jungles. Their habitats are being destroyed.


Protecting Elephants

Elephants are beautiful animals. People must save their habitat and protect them. Without this help all the world’s elephants will die.


This is…

report

a report

a letter

a story

an advert

a recount

an instruction

a play


Let’s look…

Writing Reports

What is a report like?


A Heading

There are two types of elephant. Indian elephants are smaller than African elephants. African elephants are the biggest land animal. They can live to be eighty.

The verbs (do) are ‘now’ not ‘past’.

Elephants

The first paragraph is general. It tells

us about the topic.


A Sub Heading

The verbs (do) are ‘now’ not ‘past’.

Baby Elephants

A baby elephant is called a calf. A newborn elephant weighs about 110kg. It is covered in hair.

Baby elephants stay in the group until they are about ten years old.

This paragraph gives details about

one aspect.


A Sub Heading

The verbs (do) are ‘now’ not ‘past’.

The Trunk

An elephant’s trunk is really a nose. They use their trunk to drink. They breathe through the trunk. They also use the trunk to break branches and to pick up food.

This paragraph gives details about

one aspect.


A Sub Heading

The verbs (do) are ‘now’ not ‘past’.

Food

Adult elephants eat in the morning and evening. They eat lots of leaves and grass. They use their trunk to suck up water and then squirt it in their mouth.

This paragraph gives details about

one aspect.


A Sub Heading

The verbs (do) are ‘now’ not ‘past’.

Habitat

African elephants live in grasslands and forests. Indian elephants live in jungles. Their habitats are being destroyed.

This paragraph gives details about

one aspect.


A Sub Heading

The verbs (do) are ‘now’ not ‘past’.

Protecting Elephants

Elephants are beautiful animals. People are trying to save their habitat and protect them. Without help all the world’s elephants will die.

This is the concluding paragraph.


General

Detail

Concluding paragraph

Reports

Elephants

Baby elephants

The Trunk

Food

Habitat

Protecting elephants


General

Detail

Concluding paragraph

Title

General topic

Verbs: now not past

Impersonal: he she they not I

Use headings and sub headings


Title:

General

Detail

Concluding paragraph


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