Class 3 - Term 2 Creative Project
This term, in literacy, we have been learning about autobiographies - how they include key events (written in the past tense as they have already happened) and are written by the person they are about. We have been compiling our own autobiographies using PowerPoint and have created the first 6 slides in the present tense as they contain facts about us that are still relevant today (what we look like, who we live with, what we like / dislike).
Your task this term is to create 6 slides of an autobiography for your village character. Yes it is an autobiography as you are writing it about yourself - but the village you, not the real you.
Remember how in Writer’s Workshop the other day we built a character starting with just a name? A name can create so many images so think carefully about what you are going to call yourself and then from there your character will start to grow. Tell us more about your job, why you chose to do what you do, what you look like, what you wear, who your friends are, what you like and dislike, how you are involved in the life of Wickleton Village. Are you married? Do you have a family? How did you come to be doing the job you are doing? Have you lived in Wickleton all your life or have you just moved there?
I have included 6 blank ‘slides’ for you to complete so if you do not have access to PowerPoint, there is no excuse! But if would prefer to make your presentation on PowerPoint and email it to me then that is equally brilliant!
All homework projects are due in on Wednesday 17th December and will be made available to view (shortly afterwards) on the Class 3 pages of the school website.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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