Wjec eduqas English language narrative gcseWatch
Basically, I'm just looking for ideas for writing a story that will fit the majority of these titles, and can be easily adapted to fit almost any of them.
2006 - 2009
Write about a time when you felt ashamed of yourself.
The Journey of a Lifetime.
Continue the following: ‘Everyone said you should never go back but I could not resist … .'
An Unforgettable Moment.
Write about a time when you broke something.
Write a story that begins: I really wish I had not agreed to this, but there was no going back now.
The long walk home.
A visit to the relatives.
Write about an incident when you were embarrassed by your friends or family.
A Day at the Seaside.
Write about an occasion when you appeared on stage.
Write a story which begins: He hoped he would have the strength to do what was right.
A Knock on the Door.
Write about a time when you went on a school trip.
Continue the following: ‘There’s no argument about it,’ snapped Mum. ‘We’re going and that’s final.'
Write about a time when you had to stay with a relative.
Write a story which ends with the following: ‘I hadn’t wanted to go but this had made it all worthwhile.'
2010 - 2014
Write about a time when you won something.
Continue the following: ‘Some days can only get better.'
The Time of My Life.
Write a story which ends with the following: ‘… and he knew he had made it.'
The new arrival.
Write about a time you were taken out for a treat.
Continue the following: ‘I thought it was a dream come true, but that’s not how it turned out.'
Write a story that ends: ‘… and because I was able to get it back in time, she never did find out.'
Write about a time when a friend let you down.
Trouble in the street.
A fresh start.
Write about a time when you cheated.
Continue the following: ‘It was just a small postcard in the newsagent’s window but it caught my eye.
Write a story that ends with the following: 'Mum sat down heavily, looked at me and said, ‘Well, let’s just hope it never happens again.''
Write a story which ends: ‘… and that wiped the smile off her face.'
Write about a time when you were at a children’s party.
Write a story which begins: ‘I didn’t know if I had the courage to do this ...'
Making a Difference.
Write a story which ends: '… sometimes you have to be careful what you wish for.'
A New Beginning.
Write about an occasion when you had to visit relatives.
Write a story which begins: ‘I wish I had never agreed to this but it was too late to go back now.
A Memorable Journey.