NOTE THE DATE CHANGE! We will work on some of the writing in class. All of the typing will be at home.
You are writing a friendly letter from Ella to Lucinda. Ella is trying to convince Lucinda that her "spells" are really curses and she needs to stop casting them. Knowing how sensitive Lucinda is to criticism, how would Ella convince Lucinda? What would she write?
Your friendly letter should include: a greeting, a body paragraph, a conclusion paragraph, and a closing. Make sure to include details from the story to help convince Lucinda her spells are not gifts.
Created by Mrs. Walters
Describe Lucinda's character traits and how they impact the "gifts" she gives others. Make sure to include examples from the story to support your answer.
Created by Group
If Ella got so mad that she ate Sir Stephen, based on his personality what do you think he would taste like and why? Please use examples from the story to support your answer.
If Ella didn't have her curse, predict what you think she would do to Hattie. Use facts from the story to support your answer.
Created by Morgan
Describe the relationship between Ella and Prince Char. Use examples from the story to support your details.
Based on the personalities of Hattie, Ella, and Olive, if the ogres actually ate them, how do you think they would taste? Choose a type of food to illustrate your answer and make sure to explain why you think they would taste like that.
Created by: Ella
Why do you think Ella's father wants her to go to finishing school? How would you think Ella feels about having to go? Explain.
Make sure your answer includes an introduction, details, and conclusion.
Created by: Halle
Explain what you think about the personality of Pamela, Ella's old friend. Based on her personality, what job (teacher, lawyer, doctor, etc.) would you think fit her? Why?
1. Respond to this first question by Friday, February 3
2. Make sure it is a complete paragraph (introduction, details, and conclusions)
3. Choose ONE group member's post and respond to that. Your response needs to add on to what that person has said and only needs to be a few sentences. Due date: Monday, February 6