relative clauses

dialogue

tense ]]>

1. who

2. what

3. where

4. when

5. why/how

………………………………………….

The other paragraphs need to have a purpose.

Paragraph 3. adds detail and description of the main character

P4. introduces the reader to the main character’s life.

P5. builds suspense onto the ”main DUN DUN DUN”

P6. builds a little extra suspense

Middle Paragraphs. add description and/or add detail and/or build suspense

End 2 or 3 paragraphs. Close the recount and reveal the ”main DUN DUN DUN”.

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Rank Features.

Top-1: Adverbials/Fronted Adverbials

Top-2: Relative Clauses

Top-3: Dialogue

Bottom-3: Present Perfect

Bottom-2: Modal Verbs

Bottom-1: Colons To Introduce a List

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Justification

1)who

2)what

3)when

4)where

5)why/how

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The middle paragraphs can do either / both / all of these things:

1)add detail

2)add description

3)build up susspense

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The end 2 / 3 / 4 paragraphs bring the recount to a close and reveal the BIG

DUN-DUN-DUN

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RANK FEATURES

1)Adverbials / Fronted adverbials -PLATINUM

2)relative clauses -GOLD

3)dialogue -SILVER

4)present perfect -BRONZE

5)modal verbs -COPPER

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