Tag: Writing

Suspenseful Beginning

It was a stormy night. Wind was blowing, rain was flowing through the night carrying a dusty, smokey smell that would change the world.  A tall Bubble lifted his head and laughed. He looked human except for his white eyes and scaly wings.  He blinked in surprise. The message had been correct: they were here. Or was I going to die? He weighed the odds, then said, “H-h-hi there I’m Bubbles nice to meet you.”

This week for Miss Tele’a’s writing group we learned about how to create a suspenseful beginning through imagery and dialogue.

Suspenseful means creating a feeling of excitement and uncertainty about what will happen next.

Imagery means using descriptive language to create vivid mental picture or sensory experiences.

Dialogue is a conversation between characters in a story or play. It helps reveal information, develop characters, and move the plot forward.

First we had to open  the Google Slides Miss Tele’a put on for us to work on.

Next, on the next day my teacher Miss Tele’a came to see me and my friend Brooke and we assessed ourselves and each other. 

After that she told us to go on each others slide.

Then after we finished she told us to publish.

Figurative language

In writing, we have been learning about figurative language in poetry.  Figurative language has lots of effects on a reader.  

I enjoied doing this task.

I did well at  knowing what each question  was.

I need to improve on learning more about this figurative language.



Tody in writing we were doing a narrative writing and we had to make a book based on our topic  and this is how mined turned out.




On a dark stormy night

In a land so far away there was a village where fairies lived until someone interrupted this story…


“Wait!”,said Kingston , the leader of the pack. “That’s not the story, this is the real story and when you read the lines make sure to say it with some attitude and lighten up we didn’t hire you to read like you’re bored.”… 


Here we go again.                                 


Once upom a time in a small happy village there lived nine happily fairies named Jay,me,Crystal,Chase,Courtney,Emma,Sky,Niche and the 2 twins Maddie and Sarah. They live next to a lovely lake.


There was one problem. An evil snake was trying to steal the whole fairy kingdom’s pixie dust to make him so powerful…


“Yeah, that’s definitely not the story,” 


“He would have the whole fairy kingdom to himself and he would be allowed to control the fairies but we always had our way of saving the day.”said Emma.


“Correct!” said Courtney.


“Our  challenge will be more challenging  because the weather forecast said that it will be a dark and stormy night at 5:00 and that’s when we have to meet  Evil snake Roy.” said Courtney.


“We don’t wanna go,” said Vicky.


“I know,but we have no choice,” said       Courtney. 


It’s scary in Roy’s castle. The fairies sneaked into the snake’s castle and why don’t we just get this over with and get our  pixie dust back  and then  Roy will never be seen again?


“Yay!” We cheered.


The End


Made by:Ataahua Mohi-Rau  

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