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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Emotive Writing

On Monday, Year 6 looked at a new book about a Famous Woman by the name 'Wangari' from Kenya. From that book we created some emotional writing…

We read the first couple of pages of the book and discussed what emotions the poor woman would be feeling having to travel so far to meet with the Wise Wangari. To improve our writing, we tried using different techniques to show how the poor woman might be feeling rather than telling our readers these emotions.

After some time for writing, our pupils created some lovely pieces of emotive writing.

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