This week in small groups, you have been writing about the need for global marine conservation in the form of a protest song. What persuasive details did you include in your song?
I had, Will you help us save the fish? as a rhetorical question! :Q
we included “dark, murky waters”
a rhetorical question, metaphors and adjectives are just a few of the persuasive language used in are song.
Our group used a lot of persuasive details in our writing.
in my group with [kyran and jade]we used rhetorical question’s, emotive language and adjectives.
In our song we said about they are dying and that we need to bring them to an oasis.
We included a rhetorical question, emotive language and alliteration.
I enjoyed writing a poem about Marine Conservation but it was tricky to replace some of the words as the words we chose did not always fit into the sentence. 😀
I am going to do half of it today and the other half tomorrow
id did my song with Lauran and Jade
My top 3:
1. Rhetorical questions
2. STRONG Modal verbs (e.g. will, shall, must)
Me,Mani,Kian were all in a group together and made a persuasive song about the ocean and including words like dying fish and deep ocean blue.
Ours had facts and opinions. 😉
Me and my group used
.Daring the reader to disagree,
.Adjectives & Adverbs.
Me,Mani,Kian were all in a group together and made a persuasive song about the ocean and including words like ocean blue and dying fish
I wasn’t here, but I bet all of them were really good and creative.
I enjoyed that lesson…
We used rhetorical questions, repetition, and many more
HOW CAN YOU TELL ME THE OCEAN IS FINE
LET ME TAKE YOU BY THE HAND AND DIVE DOWN TO THE OCEAN
I’LL SHOW YOU WHAT YOU’VE DONE AND YOU’LL INSTANTLY REGRET IT
Rhetorical questions and
Doesn`t it matter to you ?
These sound fantastic, I will have to come and have a look at them.
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