How to tell or write a good recount

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  1. anyomous
    on 16 May 2015

    About this

    It was only one page and it wasn’t very informative

    1out of 5
  2. Hazera
    on 28 January 2014

    My diary recount

    I don’t know

  3. jasmine
    on 1 December 2013


    I found this website really helpful because my homework was due in a days time and I was reallly struggling so i was looking around the internet and all of a sudden this website popped out . The next day i got a A+ in my homework and my teacher was really pleased . I was over the moon as well . I reallly recommened this because it will help you out 100% garanteed

  4. Jack
    on 11 February 2013


    I found this website useful but you could improve it a bit more by telling us the layout and actually, with more explanation how to write a recount.

    5out of 5
  5. ellice
    on 7 November 2012

    my recont

    its simple do it

  6. sarah38
    on 8 November 2010


    I found this useful and will adapt this when introducing recounts to my year one class

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How to tell or write a good recount

How to tell or write a good recount


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