The Big Write in IEP

Each week, students practice building their writing stamina with a class dedicated to writing as much as possible in 45 minutes (also known as Big Write). Today, IEP Class A and B joined forces for some VCOP (vocabulary, connectives, openers and punctuation) exercises that helped them to brainstorm more interesting verbs and adjectives.

This was a really fun exercise for students and a great way for them to socialise with peers from different year levels. We will continue our class competition next week, exploring alternative words for common connectives.
Cara Templeton
Head of IEP

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