Story structure for a Primary 2 English composition topic
When it comes to writing a Primary 2 English composition topic, parents do share that it can be a challenge at times for their children to write the composition with a proper structure.
Besides knowing how to start a story with a proper introduction, younger writers should also learn how to end a story with a complete conclusion paragraph.
Today we will talk about the WWHW strategy to write a complete conclusion paragraph.
How to write a conclusion paragraph
Step 1 – W for What
Pupils can always refer to Picture 4 to answer the question.
Pupils should think of 3 – 5 actions related to the main character by examining Picture 4 and imagining what happened beyond the picture.
In this case, it is necessary to state what happened to the pram which rolled down the slope. What did Mrs Tan do? What did she say to the man?
Step 2 – H for How
Since the man managed to stop the pram, the main character would naturally be glad that a disaster was averted.
Step 3 – W for Why
In this case, the main character would naturally be glad that a disaster was averted as her baby was safe and sound.
Step 4 – W for What
The lesson learnt by the main character is the most important part of the conclusion. It reflects the pupil’s understanding of expected behaviour by examining the chain of events in the 4 pictures.
Since the incident was a result of the main character chatting and not paying attention her pram, she should learn to be more careful in the future.
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