Essay on how the dog ate the cat

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9D Homework: for Tuesday 1st October:
Write a description of an unusual person you know (or, if you have to, a character you are making up) in between 350-450 words (in your neat books). You should consider the following advice to help plan your writing.
Aim for a three or four paragraph structure.
In the first paragraph, you could explore some unusual aspect of their appearance, from which you might be able to suggest a quality of their personality. This could also include the way they dress, the way their face moves when they talk or how they react to particular kinds of news.
In the second paragraph, you could explore or reveal how you know what you know about the unusual person. You could consider personal anecdotes of your shared past – or, if you don’t know the person well, what you might know about them from other people. Consider what might be the main challenges, difficulties or accomplishments of their life. What makes them different from other people?
In the final paragraph, you should explore how and why people (including you) might have a complicated response to this character. What do you want to leave the reader feeling with regard to this character?
9D Homework: for Tuesday 1st October:
Write a description of an unusual person you know (or, if you have to, a character you are making up) in between 350-450 words (in your neat books). You should consider the following advice to help plan your writing.
Aim for a three or four paragraph structure.
In the first paragraph, you could explore some unusual aspect of their appearance, from which you might be able to suggest a quality of their personality. This could also include the way they dress, the way their face moves when they talk or how they react to particular kinds of news.
In the second paragraph, you could explore or reveal how you know what you know about the unusual person. You could consider personal anecdotes of your shared past – or, if you don’t know the person well, what you might know about them from other people. Consider what might be the main challenges, difficulties or accomplishments of their life. What makes them different from other people?
In the final paragraph, you should explore how and why people (including you) might have a complicated response to this character. What do you want to leave the reader feeling with regard to this character? 9D Homework: for Tuesday 1st October:
Write a description of an unusual person you know (or, if you have to, a character you are making up) in between 350-450 words (in your neat books). You should consider the following advice to help plan your writing.
Aim for a three or four paragraph structure.
In the first paragraph, you could explore some unusual aspect of their appearance, from which you might be able to suggest a quality of their personality. This could also include the way they dress, the way their face moves when they talk or how they react to particular kinds of news.
In the second paragraph, you could explore or reveal how you know what you know about the unusual person. You could consider personal anecdotes of your shared past – or, if you don’t know the person well, what you might know about them from other people. Consider what might be the main challenges, difficulties or accomplishments of their life. What makes them different from other people?
In the final paragraph, you should explore how and why people (including you) might have a complicated response to this character. What do you want to leave the reader feeling with regard to this character? 9D Homework: for Tuesday 1st October:
Write a description of an unusual person you know (or, if you have to, a character you are making up) in between 350-450 words (in your neat books). You should consider the following advice to help plan your writing.
Aim for a three or four paragraph structure.
In the first paragraph, you…