• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

Write your own life in a day of article following the same format and style as the one you have studied - This can be a school day or weekend day, or both.

Extracts from this document...


GCSE Coursework Assignment A Life In A Day Of Kunal Dattani Write your own life in a day of article following the same format and style as the one you have studied. This can be a school day or weekend day, or both. . I wake up in fear and dismay with the alarm clock screeching at my ears. I could still remember myself going into bed. It feels like I been in bed for 5mins whereas it has been up 9 hours .It sounds as loud as a cat screeching its paws on a board. Although this sound wakes me up. I would sit up thinking to myself not another school day. I would usually look at the time. It was always past nine. Which meant I was late for school. My mum doesn't bother coming to wake me up when its time for school because she knows she will just aggravate me even more and cause me to stay in bed for even longer. Although she wouldn't want me too miss a day of school. My mum would shout up in the loudest pitched voice to get up from downstairs. ...read more.


After usually just sit in the nearest place to me because making a fuss to get a chair would get me in more trouble. I would already be enough trouble from getting late. During this time lesson all I would do is talk to my friends to catch up about what went on TV last night, or talk about something stupid someone did yesterday all lesson. The teacher would shout to get out pens and I would remember that that I never brought nay stationary. I always try borrowing from my friends. I couldn't bear think of what would happen, knowing my teachers! The school bell would go and it would be time for my day to get even more tedious. Lesson 3,4, would be as boring as lesson 2 to think about it. I don't mind fifth lesson as it last and it is Maths, which is my favourite subject. I also enjoy doing maths because it relates to my future career. I usually get all my work done on time in school, which keeps me going. Even though I get behind in lesson time because of talking all the time. ...read more.


I would finally come down after I have done all the things to entertain me. I would usually bring up my dinner to eat. As I don't like to eat with other people looking at you when you are eating and chewing their food. I just can't stand the look of that. Reminds me off this film I once seen. Zombies chewing on human flesh. Not that my family eat like monsters! When I am done with my dinner I usually fall into kind of sleep. Well I don't sleep I just sit and think. I usually think about the day and what I have done and about the future When thinking about the future I take into account things that I have to do to attain goals I set myself and firstly, a goal to aim for. As each day is pretty similar to me. I try to aim not to waste time in school lessons on the following day and get all my work done. But usually I don't stick to this. As the time goes thinking about all this. It usually reaches my bedtime. I like to go to sleep quite early to wake up early the other morning but this never seems to work. Slowly as I am thinking it would turn into deep sleep. And my exciting day would begin again! ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our GCSE Writing to Inform, Explain and Describe section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related GCSE Writing to Inform, Explain and Describe essays

  1. Places can seem different at different times of the day. Choose a place ...

    As the followers step off their chosen method of transport, you begin to hear distinctive chants bellowing from supporters, which soon will be heard in the swarming terraces inside.

  2. The day that my life changed.

    had a high fever, and I was left on my own to get on with my life, I was trying really hard to get on with work at school, I was too young to be getting into these situations, I wasn't ready.

  1. The worst week of my life

    "Police please," he continued, not noticing me. "Twenty four Sesame Street. Look, it's urgent. I think there might be a spy living in there, and I'm fairly sure that the little sure that the little girl who lives there got a broken arm because of him. I'll see you there.

  2. Cherish What you Have, I still remember the worst day of my life, ...

    Unfortunately, before I even approached them, three policemen saw me holding the pack of powder. They I dropped the pack and ran for my life. As I was running I couldn't stop thinking of how to tell my mother this situation or what I should do.

  1. I Looked Up In Dismay

    So I did. I kicked him in the ribs a few times than he grabbed my foot and tipped me over then picked me up and threw me to the ground. I clenched my sword tightly in my hand for it was the difference between life or death.


    This is why I can not emphasis enough, that even if you pick up a gun with no intent to hurt anyone the likeliness of you doing so is huge, so why risk it? It was a shame that it took something like that for me to realise I was

  1. Snow day to remember!

    Suddenly the lights turned on. "Who-whose there?" was the trembling sound that came out of Steve's mouth, but there was no reply. We could now see where we were, we were on the floor, of what seemed to be a school canteen.

  2. Write the first, second, third and last chapters of a murder mystery set in ...

    The Gordonly Cup was a hotly contested prize, encompassing as it did so many of the extra-curricular activities that the students enjoyed. The battle was fought with every last drop of effort that the children could muster.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work