WOW! 4 Weeks 4 Students in 6EK 100WC Showcased

I am in disbelief 4 students in 4weeks have now had their 100WC writing showcased. I would like to congratulate Alex this week on having his 100WC writing piece from week 25 selected  and awarded as a Special Showcase Piece.  Alex is the forth student in 6EK this year to have his work awarded as a Special Showcase Piece. Well Done to  Cecilia, Maggie, Joseph and Alex on this fantastic achievement.

Alex

This is a fantastic achievement. Well done to all students within 6EK who take part in the 100WC each week.

Alex 100WC – Week 25

The Snow and Winds

The icy wind blew chaotically, rustling the girl’s hair. Her coat wrapped around her waist to try to keep the warmth of her lantern. She pushed through the snowy hillsides that were dotted with trees. They swayed side to side and when a  branch swatted her hips she stumbled and fell to the ground. The light of the lantern grew dull and then started flickering, but when she lifted the lid it puffed out completely and left a sad trail of fowl smoke. She shouted in frustration and wept silently. The wind kept howling and suddenly the frantic sound of a barking dog filled the air.

Alex 100WC – Week 26

The bustling city streets hummed in the morning. The fog blanketed the buildings and the sky was an eerie white. The smell of fresh coffee wafted from the pop-up stores. Taxis wizzed past pedestrians and limos stopped at office buildings. A man stepped out of the plush interior wearing a fine suit. You could tell he was important just by the way he walked. In a rush of movement the fog cleared and revealed a low-flying plane. The engine was a blaze of orange flames and thick black smoke wafted into the air. The doorman stopped the man and said “Look up! Can you see…        

 

Alex 100WC – Week 25

The Snow and Winds

The icy wind blew chaotically, rustling the girl’s hair. Her coat wrapped around her waist to try to keep the warmth of her lantern. She pushed through the snowy hillsides that were dotted with trees. They swayed side to side and when a  branch swatted her hips she stumbled and fell to the ground. The light of the lantern grew dull and then started flickering, but when she lifted the lid it puffed out completely and left a sad trail of fowl smoke. She shouted in frustration and wept silently. The wind kept howling and suddenly the frantic sound of a barking dog filled the air.