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A trip to Mars

A Prezi presentation which complements an English Creative Writing lesson: A trip to Mars, aimed for Primary school children.
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Klara Borg

on 27 April 2014

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Transcript of A trip to Mars

Our Mission
You are going to imagine that you were the the first astronaut to set foot on Mars!
Planet Mars
It is the fourth planet from the sun.

Mars is a rocky planet, covered in reddish dust.

Mars has two moons.

The sky in Mars isn't blue but orange-red.
Thinking about our story
Before we start writing our story we have to think about what we are going to write.


Think of words or phrases which have to do with the story. Don’t try to think about whether an idea is good or bad before you write it down. Just write.


Once you have some ideas on your copybook; you can then think about them, choose which ideas you like best, and remove the others.
A trip to Mars
Points for the story:
Where did you land?
Did you meet a Martian?
Were you alone in the spacecraft?
What did you see?
How did you spend your day?
Use your senses to
describe
!
How did you feel?
How was your journey?
Vocabulary
Writing the story
Now use your points to write the story!

Be sure that your ideas are in the correct order, and that you include all the important details.

A story has a beginning, a middle and an end.

Don't forget the capital letters and other punctuation marks!
boarded
journey
Martian
red dust
bounce
landed
spacecraft
Earth
spacesuit
returned
greeted
beautiful
extraordinary
Check your story
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