Today we discussed our reading response journals and writing letters to Andy and Stacey about our books. We used this great website to see how letters are set out and read examples. This is a website that you can use again as a resource.

When writing our letters we need to consider our writing 'voice'. The letters should include our thoughts, ideas and opinions. Read the letter in the front of your RRJ to help you with ideas to include in your writing. You can also look at the response letter example that we read today. The letter should be written for homework and is due in this Friday.

Enjoy a snapshot of today's P.E. lesson!

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andy
8/31/2010

Hi Andy how you doing my mom saw the website that you showed us for writing and she thinks its great i like fith grade so far bye
andy

Andy B.
8/31/2010

Well done showing your mum the website, it is a great resource! That is a quick post :-)

Sydney
9/20/2010

I like RRJ's because they help me reflect on what I am reading.

David
9/20/2010

RRJ's are good because they help you understand what you just read.

cooper
9/20/2010

I like RRJ because the let me talk to someone about my book.

julian
9/20/2010

I like RRJ's because they understand the book that I am reading.

Kaiya
9/20/2010

I like RRJ's because it's a good way to let other people know how you feel about the book, what it's all about and if you would recommend it.

Ethan
9/20/2010

I kink of like RRJ because it's easier to choose spelling words.

emily
9/21/2010

Hi andy,
I like RRJ's because they help me try to understand the answers to the questions I have while reading.


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