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Wizard Walder's 5W's

Year 4 Braille this week called on the expertise of Mr Walder (Secondary English) to assist them with their newspaper writing skills

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Having written a number of articles over recent weeks, the class wanted to find out more about how to best use the 5W's as they seek to write the perfect article on a chosen natural disaster.

In a creative and skill based lesson, students drew round their hands to create the perfect template to answer the key questions. Students were excited to use a photo of Hugo the hippo (who had found himself in a town centre), as inspiration. From this provocation, the students and Mr Walder worked their magic and created the perfect article, which they can then refer back to when creating their own masterpieces next week.

Year 4 Braille thoroughly enjoyed the experience and were left wondering when Mr Walder would visit them again.

Thank you Mr Walder.

 

Year 4 Braille & Henry W Guyler 


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