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Worse still, it is common for a story or recount to contain too many . Have students compile a list of 15 questions and answers for their quiz based on their character sketches.
Students should then put their quizzes online using one of the tools mentioned above. Warn students that they should limit the possible answers to make the creation of the quiz as easy as possible.
English teacher, Alan Gillespie, shares his advice and resources on how to teach creative writing Public profile Account details Emails & marketing using another person's character notes. Based on an idea from Pie Corbett: double sided revision sheet that helps pupils think about developing characters for stories.
Also includes display items for a story writing 'tool kit' where the different items are displayed on tool illustrations plus f.
– Character Description Extends students' learning experience reading literature. Students will use this printable worksheet to describe in depth a character in a story.
end of key stage 2. End of key stage 2 (KS2) writing teacher assessment (TA), using the interim TA frameworks, is statutory for This document is part of a suite of materials that exemplifies the national standards for KS2 writing TA.
The full suite, including .