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This week in literacy we are going to be looking at recounts. A recount is something that is written about a special day or a trip that you took. You are telling someone what happened.
Recounts have special features:
They are written in chronological order- which means in the order the day or event happened.
They can be written in the first person. Remember, that's using words like: I, me, my, us, we
They are written using past tense words.
Today we are going to look at past tense words. This is when we add the suffix 'ed' to a word to change the word into past tense.
look - looked
Watch this video that helps explain more:
I wonder if you can figure out which sentence has the past tense word?
I push my sister on the swing.
I pushed my sister on the swing.
Have a look at the document below for more work on past tense words.