Why do we use a knife and fork?
Have you ever been embarrassed by the way you're eating? If you eat with a knife and fork you will show good manners, not get germs in your mouth and your hands will stay clean.
If you use a knife and fork you won’t get sick from the germs on your hands and they won’t get sticky and dirty. Well if you rush while washing hands you will still have germs in them. Like Germs when you cof into to them, dirty finger if you play outside on the field , or eating something and leaving on your hands.
If you eat with your hands in front of your friends parents they will get in barest by you. By the way your eat and they might not invite you to there house again. Then you might feel sad. And never ever put your fingers in your drink cause that is mixing food into your drink and when you drink out of it it will get you really sick never do that you will get a sore stomach.
Big pieces and small pieces
If you have big chunks of meat you might choke,Can’t swallow or it will get stuck in your throat. If you have meat in small pieces you won’t choke or swallow slow.’
So if you always use your knife and fork you won’t get embarrassed in front of everyone. And your hands won’t get dirty and greasy so you don’t always have to use your hands. And so you can keep clean.
Explanation Writing Assessment
Why do we use an knife and fork
No title or title doesn't have to do with the topic.
Title has to do with the topic but doesn't give very much information. (e.g. “Snails.”).
Title gives information about what the explanation will tell you (e.g. “How snails eat.”).
Explanation is not broken into paragraphs.
Explanation has paragraphs but it does not have one idea per paragraph.
Explanation has one idea per paragraph, and includes an introduction and summary.
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All the special words that relate to your topic are there.
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Sometimes uses joining words to show cause and effect. Mostly uses timeless present tense.
Uses joining words to show cause and effect whenever this is needed. Always uses timeless present tense.
Explanation of events is not in sequence.
Explanation of events is mostly in sequence.
Explanation of events is in sequence.
Hardly ever uses full stops, commas and capital letters correctly.
Usually uses capital letters, commas and full stops correctly.
Almost always or always uses capital letters, commas and full stops correctly.