Welcome to the blog post challenge.
Below is an example of a blog post written by Pie.
Your challenge is to write your own version using the sentences you have come up with in the session. Go back and look through the Padlets to explore other ideas too.
Breaking News – Dragons have been spotted in Wakefield
This is the 6 o’clock news. The main headline today is that astonishingly dragons have been sighted in Wakefield!
There have been reports that they are burning dustbins with their ferocious flames. Residents have described them as “overgrown lizards with wings.” One farmer said it had “burnt all his crops!”
The police are asking anyone who has seen these terrifying yet magnificent creatures to get in touch with them immediately.
The fire brigade say that they don’t feel they have enough fire-fighters to put these fires out. “We are sad to report we have yet to contain the fires of Wakefield Cathedral.”
Tune in later for further updates.
By Finlay from Southdale CofE Academy April 16th 2020
Listen to it below:
Breaking News – Giant Emergency
We are interrupting this programme to bring you breaking news. Giants have been sighted near parliament. Police have cordoned off the area but several giants have tried to walk across the River Thames. Helicopters have been attempting to stop the giants by dropping nets on them but the giants seem impossible to capture. An eyewitness told the news, “I never thought that I’d see the day when giants walked the streets of London. It’s a disgrace and they should be sent back to wherever they came from. They’ve been very naughty.”
Below are some phrases that may be useful: We are interrupting this programme..
This morning/ afternoon/ evening…
A report has come in from…
A unicorn has been…
The unicorn was…
There have been reports of…
It was described as Residents described…
Residents were surprised/ amazed/ delighted/ terrified…
Residents saw/ heard/ noticed/ reported that…
One resident said that…
The police said…
A unicornologist has said that…
© Pie Corbett 2020
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Season 6 - Create your blog post
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