The leaves rustled in the trees and the trees swayed slightly, making groaning heavy sounds. The twigs crackled, snapped and sputtered. The bells pealed through the clatter and the children shuffled back to class.
Any of these stories can be written first person or third.
I recommend you check out this post to make sure that you're showing the story, not just telling it. Could link to 'Long Distance' by Tony Harrison. Trying to find it, he goes through her things.
This is one for flashback. Start this when he realises he's lost the picture. Links to 'Grandmother' by Elizabeth Jennings.
Start this when the granddaughter opens the front door. She can't get the key to work at first Could link to 'Othello' or 'Medusa'. Start this when the woman is with her friend in a frenzy of jealousy Start this with her looking in the mirror then opening her front door By the way, this story is true.
The woman in the picture is called Katie Piper. The rest of her family want to go up the tower, but if the child won't go up, someone will have to stay behind with them. Start this at the foot of the tower Start this story with the child lusting after the cake, which you should describe - baking, decorating etc - in delicious detail.
Start this when he realises she doesn't love him back or when he decides to do something about it - get a haircut, stop eating raw onions, go to the gym, pretend that he also loves 'horoscopes' and 'shopping' What will you do to get it?
Start this when you realise the lead is up for grabs but you're not the first choice. Racing Car driver motorcross, road or drag racer is up against his old teammate, now his main rival. Driver needs to win this one or it's the end of his career.
What does he do? Could link to 'Medusa', 'Havisham', or 'Othello'. Use flashback, or recollection to explain why. How does he deal with or solve it?
Start this story at the moment where the child realises he can't go. Now he has to try to do housework - cook, etc. Lawrence or 'Wind' by Ted Hughes. Start this story just before the main character begins to suspect they are lost. Start funny, ends up scary as it starts to go dark. Get describing words for a forest story here.
In a busy town centre, a mother loses her child who has previously been annoying her.
Link this to 'Mother A Distance Greater Start this with the child's tantrum, mother's thoughts then quickly move to realising the child is gone. Will he ever ride again? This can link to 'Out, Out-' by Robert Frost.
Start this story when he wakes up in a hospital bed. How do they react to seeing him after so long? You could also link this to 'Follower' by Seamus Heaney.Writing A* Composition for IGCSE or AS - Descriptive Writing Nardvark likes to think of himself as a pretty bad-ass writer.
He wrote a thrilling adventure story for the IGCSE composition exam, which you can read here and see how it's graded here. Response to the question.
This candidate's response to this Writing to Describe task is a very competent one that uses a number of descriptive techniques in order to convey the strong imagery of a .
Descriptive writing is used by writers to paint a picture with words for the reader. Through this process writers will use a variety of techniques, such as word choice, and sensory details to. A BBC Bitesize secondary school revision resource for Standard Grade English on the close reading exam, close reading texts, writing, literary forms, Macbeth.
One week's worth of lessons to prepare a GCSE class for a creative writing descriptive piece: moving image.
They watched a film with a beach. Then we spent every lesson going through various pictures of beaches, and how we could apply writing techniques to each one. Descriptive Writing. This unit of work is designed to cover Descriptive Writing at KS4.
English Teaching Resources: Descriptive Writing is a complete lesson by lesson unit of work (includes detailed lessons and activities, a 91 slide PowerPoint and 22 accompanying worksheets).