WALT: write the resolution and conclusion of a story.
So now you will hopefully have a character or a couple of characters in a spot of bother; it is your job as the writer to save the day! You may know the resolution to your story before you have even started to write, or it may take you completely by surprise. It’s not as easy as saying 'and they all lived happily ever after.’ Tempting as that may be.
In your resolution, you need to think about how your problem will be solved. Look once again at the powerpoint to see how your good character(s) will triumph and overcome the problems they have encountered.
Then you finish with your conclusion. You have begun it, created and developed your characters, had a problem that has been solved, now it’s time to bring all your loose ends together and finish your story.
The final sentence is as important as the opening sentence. It usually sums up the story's theme or message. Here are some examples:
I have put the powerpoint from yesterday back into Resources for you to use if you need to.