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Year 5/6 Teacher and ICT Leader.
thanks mr connor 😀
Wow, is this strategy called slow writing? Why is it called slow writing? I think this could be very useful because it shows different ways to write something in one paragraph. I also think that it helps because it shows us what you have to try and include in writing.
This day was like the day of the Japan tsunami. Why were people scared and abandoning their homes? Leaving their families? I didn’t know what was going on like some people who died during tsunamis. I heard screaming and the cry of families. Then it happened. Waves roared and flooded the land, houses crashed, and telephone poles fell. The tsunami hit.
I am glad you are trying to do our challenges, and I love your description! 🙂
This is very cool! Why is this kind of writing called slow writing? May I ask what is a connective? Is it some kind of connection to anything, or a specific topic?
It’s not letting me write a blog post. I can write the title, but I can’t type anything else. I still have to do the Slow Writing piece of homework for the blogging homework but now I can’t, and I don’t know why!
Sadie and Enrique have informed me of this problem Emma; somebody is looking into it now and hopefully it will be fixed soon.
Don’t worry about the homework – I will let you know when the bug is fixed.
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