Writing Purpose: To Entertain
Type of writing: moment in time
WALT use our senses to describe
- (see, hear, smell, feel, taste)
- different sentence starters / some short sentences
- action verbs (crash / crashing, scratches / scratch / scratching, smack / smacks / smacking bounce / bouncing, sprint / sprints / sprinting, dodge / dodges / dodging)
- present tense (I am, he is, we are)
As I followed my group leader to our first station I got worried. The person taking the station started to talk to us. He was telling us how to play the game. I stood up and went to stand behind the line as he had said. He was choosing the people who would be the taggers in the middle and I put up my hand. I didn’t get chosen but that didn’t matter. The whistle blew and I ran as fast as I could. I saw someone coming to tag me so I quickly dodged them and kept going. I had made it to the end but I was worried about going back. The whistle blew again everyone started to push their way through. Everyone in the front seemed to get tagged first. I saw the line right in front of me so I ran as fast as I could. Finally, I had made it to the end. Woohoo, the whistle just blew and the game had finished. Time to go to the next activity.