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Can you write us a sentence?. Use the clues given!. Written in past tense. Name of a person. Starts with a time connective. Includes an event. Includes a feeling (emotive words). DIARY. Written in present tense. Written in second person. Includes ‘bossy’ words.

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can you write us a sentence

Can you write us a sentence?

Use the clues given!

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Written in past tense.
  • Name of a person.
  • Starts with a time connective.
  • Includes an event.
  • Includes a feeling (emotive words).

DIARY

slide3
Written in present tense.
  • Written in second person.
  • Includes ‘bossy’ words.
  • Includes time connectives.
  • Is written in chronological order.

INSTRUCTIONS

slide4
Formal written style.
  • Written in present tense.
  • Written in third person.
  • Includes topic words.

NON-CHRONOLOGICAL REPORT

slide5
Written in present tense.
  • Written in third person.
  • Reasons to explain how or why.
  • Detailed description.

EXPLANATION

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Written in present tense.
  • Written in same voice, e.g. first person.
  • Connecting words or phrases to start paragraphs.
  • Emotive language.
  • Explain your point of view and give reasons.

PERSUASIVE

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Written in present tense.
  • Written in third person.
  • Formal.
  • Gives facts.
  • Gives reasons and provides examples.
  • Topic words.

DISCUSSION

slide8
Formal greeting.
  • Explains who you are.
  • Explains why you are writing.
  • Says what you want to happen once it is read.

LETTERS

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Written in past tense.
  • Includes time connectives.
  • Detailed descriptions.
  • Quotes of what others think about this person.
  • Written in third person.

BIOGRAPHY

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Written in past tense.
  • Written in third person.
  • An eye-catching headline.
  • Quotes from witnesses.
  • Time connectives.
  • Detailed descriptions.

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