Homework: Introductory Letter

This introductory letter is due Period 1 on Tuesday. The students are writing information to introduce themselves and will receive a personal response in their books.

A copy of the class’ brainstorm on this letter is attached

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About Christopher Waugh

Challenging the norms of secondary teaching. Publishing every single thing my students and I create. Live in Wanaka, New Zealand - the best place in the world. http://chris.edutronic.net/

5 responses to “Homework: Introductory Letter”

  1. Dr Brick says :

    arrghhh!! Just forget what to do for R.E.Please help. A.S.A.P.

    • Christopher Waugh says :

      Unfortunately I can only help with the homework that I’ve set in my own classes – but you can send an email to your R.E. teacher using the email address on the staff section of the school website, http://www.lns.org.uk, letting them know that you’ve lost your homework information. It’s unlikely they’ll respond in the weekend, but at least they’ll know you were trying.

  2. Henry Howeld says :

    i loved writing the letter to you. it is amazing how you can express your fellings so much just with words! when do you think you will be able to mark them?

    • Christopher Waugh says :

      It’s quite funny – I invited students in four of my classes to write introductory letters and now of course I’ve realised what a big job it is to reply to them all individually. I’m working through by doing 5 or so each night, which means it’s going to take weeks to answer everyone’s letters – but I’ve decided it’s better to do it that way than to rush a reply to letters that people have put so much time into writing. You can perhaps think of the reply as coming through the post from a distant outpost!

  3. Henry Howeld says :

    getting ready to recieve something in the post from new Zeland then!

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