Wednesday, 23 September 2015


Walt: Use onomatopoeia to help create interest in our writing

A little boy was walking past and he could hear bumble bee ( BUZZING ) Along the way

Description of Learning : 
Last week, Ms Tito's literacy group, (Known also as Mr Goodwin's literacy group) learned about Onomatopoeia. Onomatopoeia is a word that mimics the sound of a object or action it refers to. When you pronounce a word, it will mimic it's sound. E.g : Zip ! My dress was fastened and the girl was finally ready for the wedding. Anyway, our task was to go on to Google, then we had to type up Onomatopoeia. After that, we had to choose an Onomatopoeia to draw. As soon as we are done doing that. Then we had to think about what the word is used to mimic the sound of, and then we draw it. Then we had to colour, cut out and take a photo to display on our blog. 

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