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Congratulations to our primary school and secondary school winners! It was a tough week to judge, with a whole host of emotions being shown by the Burnet News Club, so well done to everyone who entered. Our winners used their storytelling skill marvellously by keeping their entries focused on just one or two feelings and unravelling them. They also included the events in Myanmar which helped to tell the story and put their emotions in context.
The winning entries are shown below in orange.
WEEKLY COMPETITION #3:
News stories can involve lots of emotions.
The people affected by the events will be feeling different things and the people reading the story can have an emotional response too.
This week, we would like you to think about the Myanmar news stories. How do they make you feel? Write your emotion and a brief description of how you feel and why.
The best entries will use the storytelling skill to help other people understand their feelings.
For example: Nervous. I feel nervous when I read stories about Myanmar because it is unclear how things will be resolved. This makes me worried for the people who have fled their homes and scared that they will have to live in unsafe conditions.
Winners will be announced on Friday. Good luck!