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Hooks. We’re not fishing for fish!!!!. WALHT:. Write an effective beginning to HOOK in the reader. What is a HOOK?. Begins the recount or narrative. Is exciting or interesting. Why use a HOOK at the start of our writing?. Engages the reader Makes the reader want to read more.

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hooks

Hooks

We’re not fishing for fish!!!!

walht
WALHT:
  • Write an effective beginning to HOOK in the reader.
what is a hook
What is a HOOK?
  • Begins the recount or narrative.
  • Is exciting or interesting.
why use a hook at the start of our writing
Why use a HOOK at the start of our writing?
  • Engages the reader
  • Makes the reader want to read more.
examples of hooks
Examples of hooks?
  • Do YOU know what they all are?
  • Onomatapoeia
  • Dialogue
  • Language feature – e.g…..
  • Staccato sentences
  • Rhetorical sentence
whole class activity
Whole Class activity

Write a hook for a story

that is set on a tropical island.

pair activity drag the hook to the example
Pair activity, Drag the Hook to the Example:
  • Dialogue -
  • Simile -
  • Onomatapoeia -
  • Staccato sentences -
  • Rhetorical question -
  • “Watch out!” I cried as the ball flew towards my mum’s head.
  • The ball flew through the air like a missile, the target was my mothers unsuspecting head.
  • I kicked the ball powerfully. It flew high into the air. It dove straight to where my mum was standing. I held my breath.
  • Smack! My foot struck the ball.
  • Have you ever been in so much trouble that you couldn’t breathe? I have. It started with a game of soccer.
individual activity
Individual Activity
  • Choose 3 of the different hooks we have looked at today.
  • Write 3 hook about a story that has FIRE in it.
  • E.g: onomatopoeia:
  • Crackle, crackle the fire burned brightly.