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Shhhhhhh!!! Show not tell…

12 May 2016

  • Shhhhhhh!!! Show not tell…
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  • Shhhhhhh!!! Show not tell…

In Literacy this week, Year 3 have been good communicators by developing our descriptive writing skills. We have thought about the character’s feelings in the Greek myths that we have been writing. We tried to use ‘Show NOT Tell’ as a technique that enables us to write, creating a picture in the reader's mind, about what is happening. We have had to think carefully about what we might say, or how our body reacts to show how characters feel rather than saying it. 

Can you work out which feelings we are trying to show you? How would you use show NOT tell?

Miss Cook

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