Unsung hero biography

Don’t forget to get as much information as you can about your “unsung hero.”

Their best times and the times they would rather forget. Highs and lows, interesting tales from their histories so far.

Have they been influenced or inspired by someone or some experience?

How have they influenced you? Why are they a hero to you?

We will work on the structure in class but you need to know your stuff to be able to produce an excellent piece of writing.

Don’t forget important dates and the sections in their life you want to write about.

4 thoughts on “Unsung hero biography

  1. My unsung hero biography

    My hero is my grandad because he is very funny and he is always making the family laugh. He lives in a lorry and he also lives in Ireland so we don’t get to see him very often. When ever I see him He will always give me something like a sweet or present when he went on holiday.

    • Thank you for blogging Jody although it’s a pity you didn’t research your ideas last term when we were writing about our unsung heroes – the term has finished now!

  2. My granddad is my hero because of his bravery and triumph to fight for the alies in world war ii.He risked his life for civilians he didn’t know it comes to show that if i was here today i would be proud to call him granddad.he was born in 1924 and died in 1992 he joined the army at the age of 18 at 1941 two years after this ghastly siege begin.there was a lot of blood shed the war came to end 4 years after he fought.In 1945 he had sleepless nights and early mornings just for the freedom of the world to so everyone would be able to be free again.he was a true hero he was unbeatable

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