Monday, 1 June 2015

Kōwhai and Poroporo

WALT create by changing the end of a story we are reading.

Directions: Choose any story and write a new ending for that story.
Your new ending should show a major character changing as a result of the events in the original story. You can rewrite the ending starting from any point in the story that you choose.
You need to add dialogue to your story. Try to make your ending as creative as possible.

Prewriting: Choose a character from your chosen story and use the chart below to jot down the steps that led to your character’s behaviour. Then, consider what other decisions that character might have made. Once you have completed the chart below, start writing.

 Character is chosen
 Picked logical events from the story
 Showed a new/distinct decision the character would make
 New ending to the story

Analysing Character’s Behaviour 

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