11+ descriptive writing examples
A descriptive essay about a place, broken down into geography, climate, politics, religion and culture
Topics for formal descriptions could include:
So, check out these descriptive writing topics and find the one that will work best for you.
Questions to develop this essay topic: What made this experience happy? What happened? Who else was there? Can you describe them?
Four hundred years ago, on April 23, 1616, Miguel de Cervantes died. In the prologue to his posthumously-published The Trials of Persiles and Sigismunda, he…
Though we might think that what makes a film great is subjective, there are definite criteria that points to it being a standout piece of…
Story titles can be long or short. Here are some examples of story titles which have come up in both Grammar School and Independent School tests.
The following topics and tasks have come up in either in grammar school or independent school 11 plus writing tests:
Check out BBC 500 words for age appropriate essay examples and Creative Writing Magic Money Cards or some other flash card systems for grammar tips.
No offence intended but it is serious advice. If your dc is being advised to force thousands of ‘language techniques’ ( vile expression) into every sentence they write the markers will know the child is over-tutored. Writing like this is never good. It is laboured, clunky, unimaginative and completely derivative. Some tutors get their students to learn chunks of stuff parrot fashion, merely to be regurgitated at a later date with a few minor alterations to fit a composition task.