How have we used our 100 words this week?

charlie d 100wc week 11


Remember the ww1 it was the worst war of all time guns, mud and dung holes (poop holes). wilfred owen fought in ww1 and in his spare time he wrote poems and played card games. wilfred is one of the most talented people are in the army in ww1. he is one greatest poets of all time.

Now in 2014 100 year anniversary, world war 3 started today a nuke has hit england and we are going to die in 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 boom it has landed and then bang crash pow then…                                 

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3 Responses to “charlie d 100wc week 11”

  1.   Mrs T Says:

    I like how you have used the prompt to write a non-fiction text, Charlie. This is the first one I have seen. You’ve remembered a lot about world war one too. I’m glad you think Wilfred Owen is a good poet – I like his stuff too 😀

    Well done for including full stops this week. Just remember to use capital letters afterwards.

    Mrs Tunnicliffe

  2.   Mrs Fine (100WC Team) Says:

    Hi Charlie
    I agree with Mrs T – it’s very interesting to read the facts that you know about WW1. I am impressed with your use of paragraphs and I certainly didn’t see it coming in the 2nd paragraph – I was very surprised when you turned your whole piece into a disaster movie!
    Next time, don’t forget your capital letters. You always need one after a full stop – that’s the way I remember it. Well done.

  3.   Miss R (Team 100WC) Says:

    I agree with both Mrs T and Mrs Fine, a really good idea to use the prompt to write a piece of non-fiction writing. You seem to know quite a lot of facts about WW1.
    To improve your work, make sure you use capital letters. Once you have written your work, you could always go back and check to see if you have remembered your capital letters and add them if you have forgotten them!
    Well done and keep writing! 🙂

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