Fiction writing - how to write a legend

This resource looks at writing a legend. There are 4 parts which look at : Beginnings : What should be included at the start of a legend, setting the scene, looking at words and phrases to describe it. Characters: Looking at the words and phrases to describe an extraordinary character and what features pupils can reproduce for their own character. Problems and Resolutions: Looking at the problems that could be encountered, and how, in an exciting way, these can be resolved.

Last updated Oct 23, 2013, created May 12, 2009
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5 Reviews

  • 5

    This is a brilliant resource and the children have really learnt a lot from it.
    Do you have the differentiated planning sheets/ Thanks again.

  • 4

    Superb. This must have taken you ages. Thank you very much.

  • 4

    This wqas great just the input I needed to help scaffold how to write a legend for an assessed piece of writing. Many thanks

  • 4

    This is great, I'm using it to plan a KS3 cross-arts project where the students are creating a 3D mythical creature in art and they'll be creating a legend to go with it in drama/music. Loads of ideas here!

  • 5

    Thank you. This is all really great. You are a complete lifesaver! Many thanks indeed.

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