Today we are going to write the Narrative for Chaperon Rouge.
You have lots of resources in your Writer's toolkits to help you.
+ Your 1st paragraph from the slow writing activity before the holidays.
+Your storyboards from Mondays 's lesson to help you organise the plot into paragraphs.
+ The DADWAVER sentences from Tuesday's lesson
+ Your 'Show not tell' sentences from yesterday's lesson.
Think back to when we wrote the narrative for the flood.
The flood scene was the most important and a chance to build tension.
How can you make the chase scene full of suspense?
Starter for today
Writing decimals as fractions