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  1. How to write a recount

    How to write a recount - features of. Subject: English. Age range: 5-7. Resource type: Other. File previews. ppt, 177 KB. A powerpoint outlining features or recounts, emphasising beginning, middle and end. Also highlighting time words/connectives. See more.

  2. The Recount Writing Pack

    This pack includes the following resources: Recount Writing Posters - Learn about different kinds of recount writing, the organisation of recounts, the past tense and more! Activity Cards - A set of activity cards that challenge children to write different recounts! Newspaper Article - An example of a recount text to share with your class.

  3. How to write a recount

    Clear structure. Use paragraphs to separate the beginning, middle and end.Your middle section should include at least three events or experiences. Recounts are written in the order in which they ...

  4. Lesson: To write a recount

    Key learning points. In this lesson, we will look over our plans from the previous lesson and use them to inform our writing when writing a recount. We will look at a shared piece of writing, followed by a modelled piece of writing. Both methods will support us to write our own recounts.

  5. How to write a recount

    How to write a recount. Write your recount in the first person because it happened to you! Eg "I felt excited." Use the past tense because it has already happened. Eg "It was the biggest fish I ...

  6. How to write a recount

    Video summary. Michael Rosen explains how writing a recount requires an understanding of chronological order or sequencing, and how to structure a piece of writing. Michael outlines that recount ...

  7. How to write a recount PowerPoint

    Writing different text types: Recounts. A set of PowerPoint teaching slides illustrating how to write a successful recount. Covers use of past tense, chronological order, first / second person and time connectives. The final slide includes a set of helpful tips for bringing a recount to life. Suitable for Y5 and Y6.

  8. Writing a Recount KS2 PowerPoint (Teacher-Made)

    Teaching children about writing a recount for KS2. A recount retells an encounter or an occasion that happened in the past. The function of a recount can be to advise, entertain or to reflect and analyze. A recount can focus on a single section of an event or retell the whole story. A recount should be explained in the order that things happened.

  9. Recount Writing KS2 Powerpoints & Plan

    A week of detailed lessons on writing recounts for KS2, PPT, Plan and resources all included. Differentiated activities, quick and effective starters and plenaries and lots more…. Includes: Expand your pupil's vocabulary and enhance their writing techniques whilst writing about personal events. Engaging activities, opportunities for ...

  10. Recount Examples Resource Pack

    Using these fantastic recount examples for KS2, you and your class will be able to identify key features and patterns seen in recount writing. To get you started, here are some key features of recount writing: Keep everything in chronological order. Set the scene for the audience, outlining characters, setting and context.

  11. Y5 Recounts: Newspaper Report Model/Example Text

    Download this fantastic newspaper recount example to give your KS2 class a practical example of recount writing. This pack includes plain and annotated versions of the newspaper recount, flashcards for features of recount writing, and a helpful PowerPoint. This is a lovely resource to support your teaching on recount writing at KS2.

  12. Recounts

    A recount text is a text type that retells an event or events that have already happened. It is written in the past tense and in chronological order. Recount texts typically feature a range of time connectives and conjunctions. These English teaching resources will help key stage 1 and key stage 2 children write simple recounts of important ...

  13. KS2 Text Types: Writing Planners and Model Texts

    Teach children how to write a recount with this KS2 text types resource pack. Two model texts based on events that might occur in a school are included to inspire writing, showing WAGOLL (what a good one looks like). Pupils will then write their own recounts about a recent trip or event. This resource includes: Model text 1 - Museum trip An example recount about a recent school trip to a museum.

  14. Reports and Recounts

    This book takes the form of Charlie's competition entry for his team to play a warm-up match at the World Cup - it's crammed with hilarious doodles, true facts, and match reports, and is totally accessible for boys, girls, reluctant readers, and footie-mad kids everywhere!

  15. How to write a Historical Recount Text: A Complete Guide

    HISTORICAL RECOUNT TEXT FEATURES. PROPER NOUNS Use these to reference people, places and time events.. PAST TENSE Obviously, the event has passed. Be sure your audience read your historical recount in the past tense. THIRD-PERSON PERSPECTIVE Whilst you can write a historical recount in the first person in most commonly they are written from a third-person perspective.

  16. Simple Recounts

    Teach Starter Publishing. We create premium quality, downloadable teaching resources for primary/elementary school teachers that make classrooms buzz! A set of 3 posters including ie, oi and ue dipthongs. A worksheet using figurative language to describe football. A set of 20 editing passage task cards with answers.

  17. Beowulf narrative writing KS2

    Beowulf narrative writing KS2 English. Includes 8 lessons, using prompt sheet for children. They collect different vocab and then use a teacher modle to help them write their own. ... Tes Global Ltd is registered in England (Company No 02017289) with its registered office at Building 3, St Paul's Place, Norfolk Street, Sheffield, S1 2JE ...