LI- I can write a powerful response that asks questions, make connections and uses evidence from the novel to support my ideas.
The book I was reading was called 'Daniel’s Story’ It was an amazing book and I didn’t want it to end. Below is my first blog post on this book and below that is where I responded to a peers post and we had a conversat
LI- I can write a persuasive piece of writing that has clearly developed opinion and ideas, uses evidence to support reasons, is well organized using transitions, and has a strong original lead and conclusion.
My topic was about Death Penalty. I found that I was very passionate about this subject for it to be illegal. It has been fun learning about this strategy of writing and I’m quite proud of my self for the over all out come.
This is my heroism mini essay. It is about A book we read, Forbidden City. And what heroism is to you. I have included quotes to prove my character traits of my hero.
LI: I can respond to selections I read by sharing my opinions and using explanations and evidence to support my thought.
LEARNING INTENTION: I can use descriptive language/phrases that create strong images in the readers’ minds.
An acrostic poem is a poem where you choose a word, in my case, CHRISTMAS. You break it down into each letter,
I used the word christmas. Basically you start a sentence or word with the letter in christmas. I made my sentences of what I think is special about christmas to me.
Learning; Intention: I can write a variety of imaginative pieces using descriptive language with Similes, Metaphors, and Personification.
The 100 word challenge is a great idea for creative writing for young people. In one of my pieces, the second one, It made the showcase which is the top grouping of about 1000 people. Doing this activity has improved my writing so much I can't believe it. This has been one of the most useful, fun, worth doing, improving, activity's that I have ever done over the 1 year and 2 months I have been with Mrs. Middleton.
The jagged stained teeth shimmer in the moonlight, when I was creeping around like an unwanted shadow, through the ancient cob web coated haunted house. I peak around the corner. “Creaaaak!” screeched the door, foolish teenagers have entered the fear struck mansion. They must disperse. I hurry over. Soaring so no soul can here. Gliding like an eagle stalking his prey. “What was that?” he questions clueless, I snatch some human flesh, “VAMPIRE BAT!” they burst out. Spooked, they scatter helplessly. They won’t be coming back.
Scurrying across rough shingles, I come across a gaping hole. I need to get off this roof. I scramble my way down. “Woah!” I open my eyes to find myself diving in to the endless tunnel or “Chimney” as humans say.Slowly the sky got darker. It’s like a giant stood in front of the sun. My life flashes before me. It’s true, “Life is like a box of chocolates.” I’m almost at ground level when a question occurred. Is fire lit? “Thud!” Am I alive? Whiskers? Check, Tail? Check! I hear footsteps. I’ve got to get out of here. The humans are coming.