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Tab 4 Students will read and explore a variety of factual and fictional texts and events and write a range of Recounts.
Language focus-Introduction to Recount writing including social purpose, structure and language features. Students will read and explore a variety of factual and fictional texts and events write a range of Recounts.
Students will read and explore a variety of factual and fictional texts and write a range of Recounts. Introduce the text type — a personal recount. Read a recount of a familiar situation to the class. Discuss the purpose and structure of it. A recount tells about past events or personal experience such as a diary entry.
A recount text serves to inform and entertain the audience. A biographical recount could also inspire and motivate people to achieve their dreams in life.
Recounts are usually organised to include: Title Series of events in a chronological order or sequence A final evaluative comment.
As a class — read a recount of a familiar situation for example, a diary entry or school excursion. Annotate and deconstruct this recount to demonstrate structure and purpose of each section.
Share the slide show with the class, emphasizing the structure and purpose. Brainstorm some recount topics. My last birthday, My first day at School, Our school excursion etc. Discuss the structure of a Recount orientation, who, what, when, where.
Emphasize that events should be set in a sequence using time connectives. Also emphasize to use a capital letter at the beginning of a sentence and to show names, use exclamation marks to show anger and excitement and a full stop at the end of the sentence.
Highlight time connectives and verbs in past tense. Point out capital letter at the beginning of each sentence and full stop at the end of each sentence. Discuss the grammatical features of a recount.
Discuss it uses time connectives, action verbs in past tense, personal pronouns and evaluative language. Presentation teacher records facts on the board Engage students in an oral discussion on how to improve the structure using time connectives, verbs in past tense and evaluation at the end.
Revise the structure and grammatical features of the recount. Students read books and use internet to get information about some influential people in Australian history. As a whole class, jointly construct a recount on the life of a famous Australian in history.
Using the set criteria proofread and edit the recount with students. Students are given some topics on the whiteboard to choose from. Use a recount scaffold to assist students in sequencing events.
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