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4H Story homework

Published Thursday, October 06, 2011.
Last updated: Thursday, October 06, 2011

Dear Parents (and Children),

Generally, I am delighted with how the story publishing process is going this week - thank you very much for your support with this project.

Tonight can be a catching up time. If possible, it would be good if your child has done the following things by tomorrow morning.

1. Finished typing out the story to the point requested in last night's homework - the children know where this is. If pictures can be added to the main body of the story that would be an attractive, extra feature. They should not try to finish the story.

2. Produced a title page with pictures and author name.

3. An 'About the Author page'.

4. A 'blurb' giving a brief introduction to the story. No more than 50 words.

The children started writing the final part of the story in class today and I have booked ICT time tomorrow and Monday to get this project finished. It is possible that Monday and Tuesday may be needed at home for those who need a little extra time or would like to add extra features.

As always, work should be saved and then sent as an attachment both to themselves and to me or brought in on a thumbdrive and saved to their file in school.

Many thanks again for your cooperation.

Mr. Hockley


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