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CLIP 9921

Jacqueline Wilson - making up stories

Jacqueline Wilson - making up stories

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Key Info
  • Jacqueline Wilson - making up stories
  • Duration: 00:49
  • Jacqueline Wilson explains, in the studio, that the ideas for her stories are made up and not based directly on anyone she knows. She explains how her interpretation of someone's life may be different to their own perceptions. She talks about her involvement with the television episodes, explaining how she has the chance to share her opinions and ideas as a 'visiting person' but does not write the scripts. This clip was first published on the Tracey Beaker website, Please note this clip is only available in Flash.
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    Significant Authors and Poets

  • Keywords: Tracy Beaker, Jacqueline Wilson, author, questioning, explanation, stories, opinion, viewpoint, television, ideas, stories
Ideas for use in class
  • Discussing styles of questioning and writing questions for a visiting author. Using as a model for answering questions where detail is added to interest the listener. Identifying parts of the answer which fit the features of explanation. Identifying the author's viewpoint and reasons for writing in their particular style.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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