Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Behind the door

On a beautiful and bright sunny day their was these 2 little girls name Rachael and Emily, they were walking quietly through the forest minding their only business. When they came upon a house with a door that looked like it was haunted.

They happened to look through the windows but it was dark. They knocked on the door. But none answered. Then the door just suddenly opened. It gave them a little fright but they walked in. As they walked in in the house smelt like candy but it was still dark and they couldn’t see anything. Out of the blues candles started lighting up and it was a weird looking old lady.
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 She tied up Rachel to her oven and put Emily in this cage. The witch said to Rachel ‘‘turn on the oven really hot’’. With no questions asked Rachel did what she said. Next the witch was forcing Emily to eat candy, but she refused to eat it. After she refused to eat it she grabbed Rachel and was putting a knife to her throat. Rachel grabbed a pan and whacked the witch, the witch stumbled back.




Rachael then grabbed a knife and cut herself free. She set Emily free. After that they put the witch in the oven and said ‘‘is it hot enough for you now’’. Furthermore the witch burned to death, well Rachel and Emily Escaped and never returned. Years later they grew up, and they were adults. As they were growing up they were telling them some of their tips about witches.

Tip 1 never walk into a house the looks haunted , and if you walk and you smell candy run far away. 3 days later in a town their sheriff was trying to arrest a innocent lady claiming she was a witch. But then Rachel and Emily was passing through and told him to live her alone, he didn’t listen so Emily Grabbed the lady. She told the sheriff that if you harm her again you’ll be sorry.

Moreover they were walking through the desert when the say this weird look manchien, they went to go check it out and it was a witch she thought she could escape. They kept hunting for witches so that people weren’t endanger. People called them heroes and they really appreciated it. They Never went to that house when they were little again, they called that place the MYSTERY BEHIND THE DOOR. The reason for that name was they didn’t know what was behind the door. THE END


Image Attribution. By Dennis Brown (Own work) [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC BY-SA 3.0
(http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

This is my practise narrative.

1 comment:

  1. Kia ora Sheales!

    This was a very cool story. I really enjoyed it.

    I hope you continue to practice your writing over the holidays as it helps you keep what you've been learning over last year. If you're not sure what to write about then please keep reading!

    I'm Mark, a teacher for the Summer Learning Journey you joined up last term, if you have the time, I think you should begin the journey, as it will help you hit the ground running when school starts again.

    These holidays the Summer Learning Journey is all about travel and other cultures. It has heaps of different activities to do, and there are lots of students already participating. Some of the best things about the programme is that you can choose the activities you want to do, when you want to do them, and the points you earn from blogging and commenting can help you win prizes. There are also travelers, locals, and teachers commenting on everyone's blogs.

    I hope to see you online soon, but of course if you can't then don't worry. Just do your best to practice your reading and writing over the holidays and I'm sure your teachers will be proud of you.

    Kia kaha!

    Mark

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