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Tell about a trip you went on with your class.
Transcript of Tell about a trip you went on with your class.
Think about where you went and when.
Think about two or three things that made the trip special. Trip to the zoo African Area Bird Aviary Reptiles Last year my class went to
the zoo in Knoxville, Tennessee.
We had been studying animals,
and we were going
to see them firsthand. Use the Flow Map to show
the two or three most important
things you did. Write an opening paragraph
that tells who, did what,
when, where, and why. Extend with details. African
Aviary Reptiles African
Aviary Reptiles - elephants with large flapping ears - giraffes eating
from tree tops - zebras dressed
as inmates - peacock with
a tail like a fan - parrots
squawking - different
sizes - favorite was
long as 3 cars
big around as
a fire hydrant
a tree Last year my class went to the zoo in Knoxville, Tennessee. We had been studying animals, and we were going to see them firsthand. African
Aviary Reptiles Select transition
words / phrases We began After a while Later on Write a
Paragraph When the teacher said it was time to go I could hardly believe we had been there five hours. Our class trip was a great way to learn more about
some interesting animals. 1. Talk it out. Get together
with 2 or 3 people.
Use your Flow Map to tell them
what you are going to write.
2. Write your story by taking
your information off of the
Flow Map. Last year my class went to the zoo in Knoxville, Tennessee. We had been studying animals, and we were going to see them firsthand.
We began by visiting the African Area. We saw groups of elephants with large flapping ears. There were giraffes with long slender necks eating from the tree tops. When we saw the zebras, I was amazed at how their striped fur made them look like inmates. After a while we moved on to the Bird Aviary. The most impressive bird that I saw was a peacock that spread his colorful tail into a giant fan. Parrots perched on trees squawked at us as we passed their cages. There were tiny birds there like the hummingbirds and giant emus that were taller than our teacher. Later on we got to see the reptiles. My favorite was the giant python. He was as long as three cars and as big around as a fire hydrant. We watched as he slowly slithered up a tree.
When the teacher said that it was time to go, I could hardly believe we had been there for five hours. Our class trip was a great way to learn more about some interesting animals.