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Lesson 17

Lesson 17: write an alternative story ending

In this lesson you will:

  • use your plan (comic strip, storyboard or map) to write a story
  • use what you know about a character (Auggie) to write using his voice
  • check writing against the Year 6 writing standards for quality 

 

Look at the alternative story ending that you planned yesterday. Are you still happy with this ending? Would this be a satisfactory ending for the book? Would the reader be happy with this? Make adjustments to your story if you need to; if not, carry on.

 

If you chose a comic strip for your story ending, each box will be a paragraph. If you used a story map, consider how your annotations (writing) can be paragraphed: you are going to write between 5 and 8 paragraphs.

 

Taking each section at a time, write your alternative ending for Wonder. It would be useful to have a copy of the Year 6 writing standards by your side so that you can check what to include. In particular, use a range of punctuation and also a range of sentence styles. You did this in class really well - you've got this!

 

Email your alternative endings to me goldfinch@archbishopcourtenay.kent.sch.uk

 

Macmillan coffee afternoon this coming Friday 25th September - children can bring in a cake to eat and a £1.00 donation for this wonderful charity - thank you :)
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