Draft Your Writing
Your task today is to go have a go at writing your first draft of your writing.
You may have chosen to write a poem, a story, a narrative, a recount, a letter or even a play. You need to remember that all these forms of writing will have different purposes and you must be clear on what you hope to achieve. It
can help if you make a note of this before you begin your first draft. What do you want your reader to think? How
do you want your reader to feel? Try summing this up in three words and then write these at the top of your page
as a constant reminder. You can check at each writing stage to make sure you’ve stayed true to your aims.
A number of the other Generation Lockdown Top Tips from Teachers offer advice and encouragement on how to
draft your piece of writing. Read these on the competition website (under the ‘Inspiration’ tab’s drop-down menu):
You can watch some author videos to get even more suggestions, and good luck! If you would like me to read any work, please email it in.
Spellings - Move It
Could you re-ceate our active spelling activity.
Today we are going to use our vocabulary skills. Please complete the activity below. Next look at the image and generate as many questions as you can based on the image.