I made these three good tips for all people to use so make sure you use them they might just help you improve your writing skills .
1.When you write you must write with understandable words. You must use words that you and the reader can understand. So don't just use words that sound good and you don't know what they mean use words that you know.
2.You must use words that makes it seem like your talking to the reader. When you talk just talk like you normaly talk. Don't talk like the reader wants you to talk just talk with feeling give them the way you talk.Let them feel like you're right beside the person.
3.You must use all writing skills you know so the writing comes out perfect when it's done. You also must use your writing skills correctly. Because if you don't the reader will not understand what you are talking about. Make it seem like you know what you are talking about.
A. Pilot Steve Fossett sets a record of travalling around the world in three days all by himself. With the only thing to eat and drink are milkshakes! Amazing, but this is even more he didn't even sleep. Not even once he struggled to keep himself awake.
B.He did all that just so he could beat his record he seat 2004 wich he made around the world in 58 days. This time he barly made it because all the fuel the plane. So thats it so go lift off on your own adventures because thats all for now.
Don’t let friends or family critique your work. I learned the hard way, either you’ll take their criticism and tell them to shove it up their nostrils, or they’ll be so honey-coated-sweet you won’t actually get a critique. That is a very good tip because I've had friends and family make fun of my work like not long ago I made a post about how my brother made fun of me. I also have good tip my tip is that when you"re writing you can't just write what your teacher would like. Instead put yourself into the story you must be the words. You must understand the story. That's my tip and it's one of my favorites.
This mornig we went to the Wacky Web Tales site and made a story and were is the story I made.
The speed boat Lucky Lulu was sinking quickly. "Abandon ship! Everyone into the wolves!" hollered Captain Harris. But the crew and passengers knew there were not enough wolves, so they threw tigers, lions, and even one giantmonkey overboard. Then everyone ate into the small water and grabbed onto whatever they could.
Captain Harris ordered everyone to form a line, tie their crafts together, and sing "Welcome To The Jungle". First in line were Jetta and Jean, bobbing in their LargeEagle. Next, came Little Jhon hanging on for dear life to a slimy dog. They were followed by 100,999,999,999,999,999,999,999 others.
After 150 days, they were rescued by a strange hawk. Not one passenger from the Lucky Lulu has taken a boat ride again.
I think weblogging classes should stay because it helps people get more friends and communicate more. It also improves your talking and writing skills. Kids learn how to talk with other people and maybe learn more.
I've learned a lot of computer skills and made friends with famous people like Pat Street. Even people from different states and continents like Canada, and Chicago have posted to me and maybe other people to. That’s why I like weblogging and many other kids do too.
I’d like to thank all the people who thought I could pass 5th grade. That is why I am making this post.
So first I’d like to thank Mrs. Smith for saying this: You know that you can do anything that you are willing to put forth a little more effort than maybe what most kids seem to. That made me feel great about myself and that I could do anything if I just put some effort into it.
Next I’d like to thank Ms. Roper for telling me:I’ll be cheering for you and I bet that all of your teachers at House will be too! That made me feel like I had many friends by my side at all times.
Also I’d like to thank Sam D for this:I am told all the time that I can't spell my way out of a paper bag, you know what... it's true. I think it’s good for someone to admit that they had a problem.
Now I’d like to thank N. McKeand for giving me these words:Just work hard and don't be afraid to ask for help from your teacher when you need it. I think that is very true many children are afraid to ask for help from their teacher so it’s good to ask when you need help.
I’d like to thank Mrs.Peddle telling me this:You seem very smart and insightful to me. That is very special that you told me that it makes me feel good about myself thank you Mrs.Peddle.
Next on my list to thank is Mr.Kuropatwa for his saying this:It takes great strength of character to overcome the foolish and hurtful comments that people sometimes make. You are right about that it does take great strength to overcome something like that that is way I remember that till this day what he told me is hurtful but it does give me strength to try to overcome anything in school. That is why I am thanking you.
Next is Steve Dembo he told me:Because you have several friends here in Chicago, Illinois who enjoy reading your work and share it with each other. Thank you for telling me that it’s good to know that there are people in different places I can depend on.
Now I’d like to thank Pat Street for these words:I really think that people are either good spellers or terrible spellers for life. This made me think if I am a good speller or not hmmmm… So like I was saying thanks a lot.
Next I’d like thank Tim Merritt for saying this:That change comes from *you*, not from what he said. These words really helped this made me realize that my brother can’t make a change in me only I can.
Now it is Mrs.Hooper’s turn she said this:Your attitude is and always has been terrific! Thank you so much for your kind words most people say I got a bad attitude but I see that you don’t think that so I am thanking you for that.
Now Collin Bonner here is my thank you to you for this:Reading will be one of the most rewarding skills you will learn and the more you practice the better you will be. I always think that if you don’t succeed at first then try again till you get it. Thanks for your encouraging words.
Last but not least Paula Willis for these words:You're going to be a good student in the SIXTH GRADE next year! I chose these words because you think I can pass this grade and I thank you for that very much.
Now the last person to thank is Kathryn Blades for these final words:You get better when you practice. I think this is a good saying because my parents always say that and I think my parents are very wise.
Now I’d like to thank once again all of the people who I say thank you to today for telling me that I can pass any task that comes my way I just got to try my best.