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4H story homework

Published Wednesday, October 05, 2011.
Last updated: Wednesday, October 05, 2011

 

Dear Parents (and Children)

Today I have given the children a photocopy of their story draft to continue the publishing process. They have already sent the work they have done so far to their own e-mail address. Tonight, I would like them to continue up to the part in the story similar to this point in the Peacock and the Tortoise

'Astounded, he let the peacock go.'

They are not to go any further than this and should not attempt to finish the story. This we will do in class tomorrow.

I have gone through the stories with the children and they are aware of any changes they are to make. Any further changes we will make in class also.

If your child finishes this section quickly, they could do one of the following things to make their finished book more interesting.

1. Title page with author name and pictures.

2. 'About the Author' page with photograph.

3. Story blurb.

4. They could also add pictures to the main body of their story.

When they have finished their story up to the point described they should then save it and send it to themselves and to me as an attachment, along with anything else they would like to have printed.

My e-mail address is peho@patana.ac.th

Thank you for your help with this project.

Mr. Hockley

 


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