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The 5 Ws and 1 H Questions for Narrative Writing Poster

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A 5 Ws and 1 H poster to display in the classroom.

Use this teaching resource in the classroom as a reference when creating imaginative texts.

Print and laminate the poster, then display with your other literacy resources.

Students refer to the poster when they are identifying or planning:

  • What happened?
  • Who is it about?
  • Where did it take place?
  • When did it take place?
  • Why did it happen?
  • How did it happen?
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  • Monique Louise
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    Could we have this for Recount writing too?
    • Trish (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Monique, that's a great suggestion! Please visit teachstarter.com/suggest-a-resource to submit it, and be sure to check out our existing recount resources at https://www.teachstarter.com/au/teaching-resource-collection/recount/ (you can filter to posters only using the 'Types' filter).
  • ·
    Thanks, Victoria I'll see how it goes kind regards, Hannah
    • Kristian
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      If there is anything you need assistance with on the site, please let me know.
  • Kitty Paterson
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    My Grade 2 class love going to this poster and improving their writing and English skills. All of them have made great progress in narrative story writing because of this poster! Thanks for the help TeachStarter!
    • Alison Smith
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      Hi Kitty, Thanks for your positive comment. It is so good to know that your class are making great progress and are enjoying using this resource. Have a great day.
  • ·
    This is going to be a real good help because some kids are forgetting to make there writing interesting by using them.
    • Victoria (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Hannah, Thank you for your positive comment. We hope your students find this resource helpful during independent writing tasks. Kind regards, Victoria.

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