Camp Kaitawa - A Brief Moment
WALT describe a moment for the reader
- adverbs e.g. nervously, carelessly, carefully, quickly, slowly, nicely
- descriptive language / onomatopoeia (sound words) e.g. boom, crash, pow, ahh!
- range of sentence structures, simple, compound, complex, short and sharp
- range of sentence starters e.g. I, He, Suddenly, “Watch out...
- stick to the topic - the moment. Detail supports the topic
show not tell - give the reader clues so they can infer “my foot slipped down and hands gripped a hold”
I was feeling a bit scared, the pressure was building on me and I started to be nervous. As I was waiting to get a piece of peppermint leaves that Miss Hill had in her hands to give them to people. So we could do the challenge. It reminded me of eating tic tacs. it was actually pretty nice some people didn't like the peppermint leaves.
My face looks like I enjoyed it and so does Suzanna’s face.
By Mya Wallace