Thursday, September 2, 2010

WALT use adjectives in our poetry to make it interesting.

We decided upon the following success criteria as a class. If we do these things it will make sure our poems are interesting.
  • use one adjective to describe the 'thing' per line of poem
  • don't use the same adjective twice.

Check out this video to learn more about adjectives:

  • An adjective can make our poems interesting - Jack B.
  • An adjective is a describing word - Ryan
  • An adjective describes a thing "noun" - Laura & Tauryn
  • Using adjectives adds more detail - Cory

1 comment:

Emily said...

cool video room4

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