Thursday, 12 February 2015

Duffy Theatre

The Duffy Show

WALT : Follow the structure of a recount to produce a piece of Writing
Did  you know that on Monday we had Duffy come to our school ? So what we did was line up straight after lunch. After we got lined  we sat in the school  hall and a lady played Simon says while the seniors were sitting and getting ready for the Duffy theatre . All the people were there  from years 4 to 8.

All of a sudden Duffy came  from the back door  and played his song. And then the the show started. One lady played a bunch of characters. Siana played ( the person that does not like to read) So one day after school on a rainy day Siana went to the library and found Duffy Duffy said “ hi Siana  I you here to buy a book Siana replied I don’t  know how to read  books. 2 days later Siana came to the same library and Duffy helped Siana read.

When Duffy teached Siana how to read Siana liked to read a lot but when Duffy asked Siana questions she was into television. After a wild Duffy asked Siana “do you want to have a library card”And that's when Siana’s mum came and said “Siana What are you doing here let’s go home and do the dishes” Siana said Duffy really want’s you to sign the library card. And Duffy said to Siana’s mum you like fishing I can give you a fishing book And Siana’s mum said OK i will sign the card. And every day she used to come to the library with her friend after school.

Did you know that the whole point about the people playing the Duffy show was to encourage the people to read. What if we did not know how to read we won’t even be saying English

What I thought about The Duffy show was it was quiet funny and helpful. all though  they do read.And I hope you enjoyed my Writing  

We had to write a recount  about the Duffy theatre we saw at school on Monday.We need to try to convince our readers that it was an interesting and great show, so that after reading our story they want to see it for themselves. We also had to think about how we are going to describe the Duffy theatre using interesting words.

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