Ask your parents if they know of any family members who were involved in WW1 or WW2.
On Thursday we will be talking about what you have found out. So take notes and bring them along with you.
You can also watch the following clip to find out about one Australian soldiers story from WW1.
Narrative writing tells a story or part of one.
The story is told in time order.
The clue words for narrative prompts are:
Tell about a time…
Tell the story…
Tell about when…
Remember: A narrative means telling a story.
Parts of a narrative:
Beginning or Introduction– This is a sentence that tells your reader what you are writing about. Be sure to include one or two important words from the prompt.
•Middle – The middle is where you write details that go together and details that create “mind movies” for your reader. The middle should be orderly and organized. Be sure to include interesting facts, examples, reasons, mini stories, and descriptions that help your reader picture what you are writing about. It is a good idea to start a new paragraph when you change ideas or move on to a different time or location.
•Ending or Conclusion– This is a sentence or two that wraps up your paper by telling your reader the most important thing you want to say.