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Thursday, 9 February 2017

Room 7 eating chicken fried worms Introduction.

WALT: write quality introductions.

Introduction
Have you ever try to drink worm’s soup before? I don’t think so, but our crazy teacher Mr Goodwin fed us today. There is only 3 rules. 1: You must be tough. 2: You must have to eat worms before. 3: There’s no rule number 3.
                     
Image result for fried flavoured worms
Introduction Rubric

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Hook
My introduction is boring.
It is difficult to read.
My introduction is easy to read and has some interest for my audience.
My audience is hooked into my subject, it grabs their interest so they feel like they want to read more.
When someone reads my introduction they are left feeling intrigued. They can't wait to read more.
Orientation
My introduction does not tell the reader what my writing is going to be about.
My audience has some idea about what I am writing about.
My audience is clear what I am writing about.
My introduction lets the reader know the direction and purpose of my writing.


In this lesson we did a writing experience to do with eating chicken flavored noodles, and pretending they were worms. We wrote each sentence of our introduction separately, and then marked ourselves about 
                       https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worm

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