The Yellow Room are currently working on the infamous ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine’ by the amazing author Roald Dahl. The aim of the topic will be to create an Instructional Piece of Writing.
The rule would be this: Whatever he saw, if it was runny or powdery or gooey, it went in.
– Roald Dahl: George’s Marvellous Medicine
Before we can write a set of instructions, we need to know what it is about. Follow this link watch the video about how to write a set of instructions.
Now that we know what an instructional piece of writing is used for. We need to make sure we have a list of words that we can use in our own work. Take a peek at the list of words from this website and write down any words that you think you could use in your instructional writing.
UPDATE: We created our own Bank of Words that we think are really impressive and will make our work amazing! Have a look at our PREPOSITIONS, VERBS, ADVERBS and ADJECTIVES.
This is starting to really take shape now. I think we need to have a look at examples of some really good ones! You can find them below. What do you notice about them all? What do you think makes them really good?