When it’s all said and done, the end of the school year is the time of year to finish off, wrap up and enjoy.
Students who have been introduced to the Seven Steps across the year may be wanting to practise all their skills. Time to put it all together!
These four simple writing prompts ask students to draft short informative texts.
Feel free to remind students of all the skills and techniques they have learned, such as:
- What questions will you research – then how will you sort and group facts once you’ve found them? (Step 1)
- How will I grab the reader at the start? (Step 2)
- Where can I build tension, and how? (Step 3)
- Which experts should I ask about this topic? (Step 4)
- How do I make it feel real by showing, rather than telling? (Step 5)
- What should I leave out to make my text stronger? (Step 6)
- How will the ending grip my reader and make them want to know more? (Step 7)
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