Tag: Writing

Writing – Writing a Story

I learnt how to make my own Story.

First I brainstorm about the Settings and Charters. Place is going to take at a village, and my Charter is Lam and Liam. My title of my Story is The Attack of the Lams.

Next I plan my story using the TOPES sturture: Title, Orientation, Problem, Event, and Solution.

Then I wrote my  Story Draft.

Lastly I Wrote my Story on a book template and wrote a 4 pape book

I enjoyed this because I made a Story. I did well at writing the story. I need to imrove on planning the Story.

Topes Structure

TOPES stands for: Title, Orientation, Problem, Events, and Solution.

T stands for Title. The title is used to make people want to read the story.

O stands for Orientation. Orientation is used to introduce the Character or the main Character and the world the story is in.

P stands for Problem. The Problem is the cause for the main Characters, need to act.

E stands for Events. The Events is detailing the action of the Characters.

S stand for Solution. Solution is showing how the world looks now.

The Structure of a Narrative is TOPES. Title, Orientation, Problem, Events, and Solution.



TEE stand for Topic sentence, Explain, and Elaborate.

The T stands for Topic sentence.  Topic sentence tells the reader what happen in the text. The topic sentence is a simple sentence. For example: The leaf fell down, as the sun was shining.

The first E stands for explain. Explain is explaining the topic sentence. For example: The sun was beaming as the leaf start to fall off the old tree.

The last E stands for Elaborate. Elaborate is adding even more information and making it more detailed. For example: As the dry leaf was falling down side to side, the leaf lightly touched the desert sand.

TEE Stands for: T stands for Topic sentence, E stands for Explain, and E stands for Elaborate.


Informal and Formal

Formal and informal is a type of way on how to talk. Informal is talking to family members, friends, and people that are close. For example: formal is talking to high level people like: bosses, reports, articles, letters, and other things.

Formal language is talking in a professional way. Formal language can be used for job applications. For example: formal language sounds serious. Serious sounds like it has a inpersonal tone to it.

Informal language is talking chatty. Chatty is like talking to family. For example: talking to friends, family, and other people. Informal is sending emails to friends, texting to family members, and sending texts to friends.

There are two differences of formal lauguage and informal lauguage: the way the person is talking. For example: informal way is talking in a chatty voice and formal way is talking in a serious voice.

Misused Words

I did a task called Misused Words.

I did to, too, and two and worte a sentence. For example: I went to the park.

I enjoyed this because Wrote a sentence for Misused Words. I did well on writing the sentence. I need to improve on making the sentence better.

How to write a recount.

How to write a recount.

End results are the results after following steps to make something.


  1. Netbook or Paper.
  2. Pencil or Pen.


  1. Find a topic to write about.
  2. Write the title of the topic. Title
  3. Write a short line about what you did. Reveal
  4. Write what happen first, next, and last. Event
  5. Write your personal reflection. Ending


I create a poem about dinner.

First I made I Haiku poem, Limerick Poem, Diamante poem, and Cinquain poem.

Next we chose a poem to make into a poem. I chose the Haiku poem. My poem was about dinner:

Dinner is ready.

With vegetables and white rice.

So satisfying.

Lastly we made the poem and made it pretty.

I enjoyed this because I made a poem. I did well on writing the poem. I need to improve on make the poem pretty.


There are many types of Poetry. These are four of the many types of Poetry : Cinquain, Limerick, Diamante, and Haiku.

Cinquain is a five line poem that describes something. Cinquain have a rhythm but don’t have to rhyme.

Limerick is has to tell a joke has five lines and need to have a rhythm to sound good.

Diamante is a seven line poem that goes in 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 2, 1 like a shape of a diamond. There are nouns, adjectives, and verbs. Diamante don’t rhyme.

Haiku is 3 lines, 5 syllables, 7 syllables, and 5 syllables. Haiku does not rhyme and has a specific rhythm.

There are many types of Poetry.



There are 4 different type of rhyme. For example: end of rhyme, alliteration, assonance, and consonance.

Alliteration is repeating the first sound of the word. For example: zombie zerba zapped a ziplock.

End of ryhme is when a poem has lines ending with words that sound the same. For example: one, two, buckle my shoe, three, four, lock the door, five, six, pick up sticks, seven, eight, lay them stright, nine, ten, a big, fat hen.

Assonance is repeating the vowel sounds in the middle of words. For example: Hickory Dickory Dock, The mouse ran up the clock, The clock struck one, The mouse ran down, Hickory Dickory Dock!

Consonance repeats a consonant. For example:

Rhyme is repetitions of sounds in words that follow each other.