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Book Two continues the themes explored in Book One but focuses on 4 key areas at the start.
Description Examiners are looking to see that children can make their stories lively, exciting and readable. This can be done by using adjectives and adverbs as this book shows.
Feelings 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.)
Speech punctuation - An easy way to recall acronym is given to help children remember the important points for punctuating direct speech.
Different sentence types - The book covers how these can be used to add more variety and interest to stories in order to make them more readable.
Story plans - 20 more story plans are included to help children with creative writing.
Particular plans are included to cover descriptive writing and how to write a book review.
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