Our best writing so far this year.

Date: 6th Nov 2016 @ 9:36pm

This is amongst the best writing so far this year from Class 5. Prepare to be moved by their sincere letters from the front line in World War 2.

Following that, we have discussions about whether King Duncan should be killed... considered opinions exemplified here.

New work includes scary short stories written with Mr Harley.

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Ms Daniel wrote:

I am very impressed by your writing Class 5. Your WWII letters are very moving and use some emotive language to create atmosphere and a sense of empathy from the reader. I was also pleased by your use of paragraphs and the more formal tone chosen to convey such serious news to family members.

Your writing based on Macbeth raises some interesting points about his motivation and desire to be king at all costs. While Macbeth held the dagger that killed Duncan, do you think he was totally responsible for the king's death? in the play, there seems to be tipping point in the relationship between Macbeth and his wife. Can you pinpoint any event or conversation which changes the dynamic in their relationship?

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