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Uploaded by hanzune on Dec 15, 2017

Jamillah Goes to School
Written by: Sitti Hayna S. Maruhom

“Cock-a-doodle-doo, Jamillah wake up it’s already morning, Cock-a-doodle-doo, cock-a-doodle-doo!” the rooster shouted to wake Jamillah.
Unfortunately, Jamillah’s room is far from the barn so she cannot hear the rooster.
“Oh my gosh! It’s getting late and Jamillah is not yet up, I need to wake her up!” the clock beside Jamillah’s bedside table said, she started moving her fingers and loudly said, “tick-tock! Tick-tock! Tick-tock! Wake Up! Tick-tock!”
Finally, Jamillah wake up. She started stretching her arms; wipe her eyes and stand up to goes to the bathroom.
“Splishhhh! Splaasshhh! Woooossshhh!Splissshhh! Splaaash! Wooosh! Spliissshhh! Splaaaash! Wooosssh!” the shower excitedly sings as she cleans Jamillah.
After the shower, Jamillah starts to get dressed and eat her breakfast.

“Yum,yum,yum,yum,yum,” the cereals and milk dance and sing inside Jamillah’s mouth.

Jamillah kissed her parents “chup, chup “ goodbye and started walking to school.

“Stomp. Stomp. Stomp. Stomp. Stomp. Stomp.” Jamillah’s shoes happily sings, “I am going to school with Jamillah,stomp, stomp, stomp.”

As Jamillah entered the school’s gate, “Kring. Kring. Kring. Time to go inside your room. Kriiiiiinnnngggg.” Bell said to gathered all the students.

Jamillah get inside and starts her day as always.

Short information of the story:

This story is intended for my Grade 10 students, used in my class for the discussion of the Onomatopoeia and Personification.
i. Onomatopoeia
Is from the two Greek words, “onoma” which means “name” and “poiein” which means “make”.
We can understand that the meaning of Onomatopoeia is the imitation of sound in words or the formation or use of the words that imitate the sound associated with something.

For examples:
Tick-tock of the clock.
Tweet-tweet the bird happily sings in the window.
It’s not about the b-bling b-bling/it’s not about the ch-ching ch-ching (Jessie J., Price Tag, 2011)

ii. Personification
Sometimes called “Pathetic Fallacy”, illustrates how inanimate objects or abstract ideas acquire humanly senses.
For examples:
Your joy is your sorrow unmasked.

The pen started to cry, as her thoughts overflowed the paper.

The grass dances gracefully whenever wind passes by.

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Uploaded by:   hanzune

Date:   12/15/2017

Category:   Stories

Length:   1 pages (333 words)

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