Reading | Video: Characters Come Alive in 3 Ways! (Ms Trunchbull from Matilda)

Are you ready to meet the fearsome Headmistress of Crunchem Hall Primary School? In this video, I will show you three ways the author of Matilda, Roald Dahl, uses to create such a memorable character. Watch the video and learn how you can write a more interesting character description by using precise adjectives and nouns, vivid verbs and similes.

Remember to check out the book and discover some amusing characters for yourself!

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The Write Recipe
  1. Learn about how to plan your writing

  2. Know the key ingredients to create exciting content during planning

  3. See the flow of your story with our unique paragraph-by-paragraph structure (New!)

  4. Application to questions with the PSLE format

Ms. Nora

Nora is an English Teacher at Lil’ but Mighty. She is committed to providing students with a dynamic and nurturing environment in which they can grow and develop. One of her greatest strengths as an educator is instilling a love for the English Language in her students.

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