Once backstage in a school auditorium, 10 students were rehearing for a play called “Easter Surprise.” They were all in a line except Katie. Katie was in a bunny suit. It made her feel sad because she wasn’t dressed like the rest of them. The other kids were all dancers, but Katie had to be in the front and sing and hop like a bunny. Because she was the star of the play and she didn’t want to be. She wanted to be like the others. On the day of the play, there were 300 people in the audience: parents, teachers, students, aunties, uncles, cousins, grandparents, brothers and sisters, godparents…Katie came out hopping and singing. The other kids were dancing. The audience clapped and said “Woo! That’s my baby!” Katie felt excited and happy. “Hippity hop the bunny go.”
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Actividad 1: La Historia Más Rápida del mundo!!!
Escribe una historia que contiene las seis partes de una historia (escenario, personajes, principio, medio y final, y título), y pon un temporizador por 2 minutos. Vez cómo haces y si termine durante estos 2 minutos, intenta hacerlo en 1 minuto y después 30 segundos. Vea cuáles ideas increíbles salen de tu mente.
Actividad 2: Historias sobre Imágenes
Usando todas las 6 partes de una historia, elige una imagen en una revista o periódico y escribe una historia basado en la imagen. ¿Qué ves en la imagen? ¿Hay Personajes? ¿Hay un escenario? ¿En qué punto de la historia tiene lugar la imagen? ¿El Principio? ¿El medio? ¿El fin? ¿Qué pasó justo antes de la imagen ocurrió y qué sigue después?
Escribe una historia sobre algo verdadero que te haya pasado. ¿Piensa en cuando te sentías emocionado? ¿Cuando tenías miedo o te sentías confundido? ¿Una instancia cuando aprendiste algo? Toma una de estas experiencias y escribe una historia sobre ese momento, úsate tu mismo como el personaje central. Esta historia tendrá un principio, un medio y un fin, y recuerda escribir tus sentimientos en las historia. Por Ejemplo, podría empezar como: “Una vez, yo estaba en el kindergarten y monté el autobús desde escuela hasta mi casa todos los días, pero un dia, por accidente, me dejaron en el bus! Esto es lo que pasó…”
Un símil es una comparación entre dos cosas usando la palabra “como”. Normalmente usamos los símiles cuando estamos describiendo algo en una historia.
Por ejemplo, quizás quieras usar un símil para describir cómo te sientes cuando hace mucho frío en el invierno.
“Cuando fui afuera, me sentí como un carámbano.”
O, podrías usar un símil para ayudarte pintar una imagen de lo que estás hablando.
“El cuello de la jirafa se movió como una paja flexible.”
“Grité como un león para despertar a mi hermano.”
Ahora es tu turno tratar de usar los símiles! Escribe una historia ficcional (nueva, inventada) que contiene un personaje (por lo menos), un escenario, la introducción/el principio, la mitad/el desarrollo, un final, y el título. Mientras escribes, trata de incluir 3 símiles en tu historia para describir el personaje, escenario, las emociones o imágenes que están en la historia.
I remember when outside it was summer time and it was me my friend and it was 5 big boys they was bullys and they tried to mug us but we ran to my house and I had 3 huge dogs so we ran in the backyard where the dogs was and the 5 bullys ran in the backyard that’s when he come out and I let out all 3 dogs out and on of them got bit in the buty. And the other 4 got away.
I have a problem with Greenland, he is bigger than me on the map. Where I’m was more than three times bigger than him. He thinks he’s better than me because of this, he’s not even green.
Characters: dancer, bee, mother
Dancer: I am a super dancer.
Bee: sure you are prove it!
Dancer: nobody is a better dancer than me I am the best dancer.
Bee: If I sting you, you won’t be the best.
Dancer: you won’t dare.
Bee: watch me (zzzzz) sting.
Mother: what’s going on up there!
Dancer: A bee sting me on my arm!
Bee: That’s right. I stinged your daughter so now for she won’t be the best.
Mother: My daughter was the best.
Mother: We aren’t rich anymore.
Mother: We are going to kill you!
Bee: AAAhh! I got to get out of here.
Mother: (splash) I killed it! I kill it!
Bob Stickle had a new neighbor. He went over to meet the new neighbor. Bob was a very nice man so he brought gifts. When he rang the bell the man said GO AWAY. Bob left the gifts, the next day he went back, the gifts were still there. Bob said, WHY WOULD THE MAN DO THAT? It turns out the man was lonely because every person he gets close to dies. So Bob sends him pies to be happy.
By Marvell L., Chalmers School
That's Weird, Grandma
He (Rocky) have five friends that name was Mike, Steve, Dan, and, Brian, Jack. Rocky was rich and he brought the biggest truck in the world. Him, and his friends painted his truck blue and they went to Rocky house and saw gold medals for boxing. They ate Italian beef for lunch. Now they have girlfriends because of Rocky.
Battery: I stick
Wax: What I can not hear you
Battery: can you help
Wax: any way I’m not a ear doctor
Battery: what did you say
Wax: I not a doctor
On one sunny day a girl named Susie. She was jumping on the trampoline. (Bounce! Bounce!) Then she heard the phone ring. (ring. ring! ring. ring!) I heard my mom sooooooo excited. Then I heard, “She will be so excited and I bet she will like it.” Hmmmmm. Who was she talking? I went inside the house to ask who she was talking to. “Mom” I said, “who were you talking to?” “Oh! It was your uncle Jimmy on the phone. He has a surprise for you.” said my mom. Then I went back outside. I wonder what the surprise is. What could it be? I can’t wait any longer! Is he coming out there or are we going there? Let me go ask. “Mom,” I said, “is he coming here?” “I can’t tell you that” said mom, “It’s a surprise.” “WHAT!!!” I said. “I’ll be outside.” Why can’t she just tell me!? Why, why, why!? Later on, I was on the swing and then I heard (Ding Dong!) Who could that be? I hurried inside the house. “Hey, hey, hey!” Uncle Jimmy is in the house!” I couldn’t believe it! It was my uncle Jimmy! “Sooooooooo,” I started to say, “Mom said you have a surprise for me.” “Your mom can’t keep secrets that much.” said uncle Jimmy. “Hey, wait a minute,” said mom, “I kept a secret for you when you wet your bed when you were 9!!” “Now lets don’t start in front of the kid.” Said uncle Jimmy. I started to giggle a little bit. Then uncle Jimmy looked at me. So did my mom. “Sorry,” I said. Then I heard a weird sound. “Uncle Jimmy, what is that noise?” I said. “Oh, I almost forgot!” my uncle said. He ran to the car and got something in a box. He open the box and he said, “It’s called a snakeadile.” “A snakeadile! Wow! I never heard that before.” I said. It had a color like a Iguana! My uncle asked me, “Do you want to hold it?” “Sure.” I said. It felt rubbery. So me and my pet went outside. We raced and we went on the trampoline. I love my pet!
By Malik L., Dewey School
That's Weird, Grandma
Once upon a time there was a little girl named Kate. She said, helow Malik and I said hi Kate. She said I don’t want to be your friend anymore. So I said “Why” so she said because you’re a “Chicken.” So I went to get my chicken mask. And said Cluck, cluck and Bak, Bak chicky chicky.
Kate laughed and then she asked if I wanted to go to the park. She gave me a raspberry. I took it and ate it. “Why did you eat my raspberry punk?” and I said I’m not a punk I’m a chicken.
By Arif L., Washington Irving School
That's Weird, Grandma
Once there were two bad couples. One day they went to the beach together. Then a men started to take pictures. Then the monster hitted the camera men far away. They lived horriblie ever after.
Then after they got married even though nobody came to there wedding. Everybody hated them. They was the worst neighbors ever. One day the whole town was so angry that they runned them out of town. So they moved to Montana and everyone hated them too.