Our curriculums are designed to inculcate a love for writing in a manner that stimulates imagination.
Factual involves passages based on non fiction topics which is informative in nature.
Story involves passages based on fiction tales
Comprehending direct answers.
Framing indirect answers. [word/phrase]
Answering questions based on understanding the passage.
Changing direct speech [indirect] speech.
Application of better vocabulary.
Answers based on child’s opinion.
Basic: the sun shone brightly. The children were busy building a sand castle. When Jessica put her shovel in the sand , she heard a loud sound and was wondering what it was.
The lambent [ shiny – adjective] yellow orb gleamed [ shone – verb] radiantly [ brightly – adverb] in the colossal pristine[huge, clear – adjective]] sky. The affable [ adjective] children were engrossed in [ verb] building ravishing [ adjective] sand castle. Jessica shoved [verb] her shovel into the golden sand which was as downy as cotton [ complex sentence], out of the blue, a strident sound greeted her ears [ sentence style]. “Alas! I wonder what created the terrifying sound !” [ exclamatory sentence and direct and indirect speech]
III] CREATIVE WRITING TECHNIQUES
- It is as hot as a furnace.
- The yellow orb is a colossal gold coin in the sky.
- It is raining cats and dogs.
This shows the liberty the children possess in the course to enhance their writing skills using the elements they want.
NOTE: please note , it is imperative for the children to read the creative writing books minimum thrice a week to ensure they are able to grasp and enhance the language learnt in class.
Opening the book right before the assessment will not work to see a great enhancement in your writing skills. [Unfortunately, it does not work like Aladdin’s magic lampJ]
Every week the children are provided with one creative writing assignment which is required to be submitted in the following week for evaluation. Ensure regular submission of the writing assignment so that the child does not find it burdensome and monotonous.