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Book One covers these aspects of story writing.
Parts of Speech - the jobs that words do in sentences, the aim being to help children understand how to use certain words appropriately.
Feelings bank, children often experience difficulty in expressing their feelings about themselves or the characters in their stories. The "feelings bank" gives them ideas. (Examiners are looking particularly to see if children are able to express themselves in this way.)
The ingredients of a good story Eleven key pointers are included so that children are aware of the things they need to do when writing stories. (Examiners are particularly looking to see that children are able to punctuate direct speech - this is covered here.)
Story plans - There are 20 of these. They provide different ideas that provide a structured framework to stimulate ideas for stories. The technique developed is to encourage young writers to value their own experiences as the basis for their stories.
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