In our classroom we're working on writing essays. We have a bulletin board in the front of our classroom that celebrates student writing and what they're doing well. Among other positives, this student wrote a thesis and stated it in the introduction and conclusion. Way to go, B.S.!
Like huge fantasy? If you do, read The Witches by Roald Dahl because it's suspenseful terrifying and adventurous.
My first reason I think you should read The Witches is because it's suspenseful. In the book there is a time between life and death when the boy is hiding in a room with eighty four witches and one grand high witch who can kill anyone just by looking at them and muttering a spell. Also the witches can get get rid of children easily.
My second reason I think you should read The Witches is because it's terrifying. For example you could have a witch as your pleasant next door neighbor plotting to squish and squiggle you.
My last reason I think you should read The Witches is because it's adventurous. As in the beginning the boy and his grandma have to stop the grand high witch. Also they are on a journey to destroy all the witches in the world in the end.
In conclusion read The Witches by Roald Dahl because it's suspenseful terrifying and adventurous. ¨Watch out for your next door witch!¨
The Magic Three: Writing, Teaching and Creating
I'll be posting about writing, creating and teaching, the magic threes, on the threes the 3rd, the 13th, and the 23rd. (Yes, I know my first post was on the 22nd...oops!) Looking forward to sharing with you.