\ Using Humour: One way for your story to stand out, is to make your reader laugh. It won’t be easy, as what is funny to you, may not be funny to others (especially adults). Here are some ways we can inject humour into our stories. Use funny moments from your personal life/anecdotes – If you’re stuck or confused on how
What is Situational Writing? Situational writing is a test of applied or practical writing skills. For example, students may be asked to write an e-mail, letter, postcard, etc. to a particular person. This counts for 15 marks. 6 marks are allocated for Task Fulfilment and 9 for Language and Organization. To get the top band for Task Fulfilment (5-6
Topic: A Challenge Picture 1: A Clock Title: The Race Against Time POV: (Narrator’s POV, 3rd) “Lily, you should really try! Come on!” Lavender and James urged twelve-year-old Lily Evans. Lily stared at her best friend, Lavender, and her brother, James. They were both smiling warmly. “Oh, well okay… but I’m only doing it for Mum and Dad. NOT for
Finally, when Luke woke up on Monday morning, it dawned on him, it was the day of his worst nightmare- the injection. He trudged downstairs and ate his breakfast as slow as possible. At last they were headed off to school. Once Mrs Chan dropped Luke and Leia off, she said with a big grin, “Luke, may the Force be with you!” With that, she left.
Getting kids to write a story is a challenge, especially those who do not have a great reading habit. It’s tough to come up with interesting story ideas, and even if they do, they often do not know how to DEVELOP these ideas. And developing a story is crucial to scoring higher marks for Content, in school composition writing. Take