ANZAC Day Writing Prompts

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These ANZAC Day writing prompts help your students share their thoughts and ideas about what ANZAC Day means to them. Use across a week of commemorations, exploring different ANZAC Day themes, accompanied with student printables suitable for creating a classroom display.

 

To set up this ANZAC Day activity you will get PowerPoint prompts for displaying as a whole class, and a matching set of printables for individual responses – of course, students could write their responses in their HASS or English book instead.

 

Description

These ANZAC Day writing prompts help your students share their thoughts and ideas about what ANZAC Day means to them. Use across a week of commemorations, exploring different ANZAC Day themes, accompanied with student printables suitable for creating a classroom display.

 

To set up this ANZAC Day activity you will get PowerPoint prompts for displaying as a whole class, and a matching set of printables for individual responses – of course, students could write their responses in their HASS or English book instead.

 

This ANZAC Day Writing Prompts resource includes:

  • Full-colour PowerPoint with 12 ANZAC Day writing prompts
  • Blank PowerPoint ANZAC Day-themed slides for creating your own prompts
  • Australian and New Zealand ANZAC Day images (different ANZAC poppy and war memorial images)
  • Writing prompt printables
  • All prompts include a writing checklist and CUPS editing checklist, reinforcing good writing.
  • Printables include primary and plain lined versions; PowerPoint has a blank space for brainstorming ideas and for teachers to model example responses.

 

This range of prompts can be used from Grade 1 to Grade 5 with questions ranging from Why is ANZAC Day important to you? to Why do we have national commemorations and celebrations?

 

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