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Cheating / An act of honesty model composition primary sample

Cheating / An act of honesty model composition primary sample. An act of honesty or cheating is a very common topic for primary school compositions. Here is a sample of one of our students's model compositions.

Student: Li Chengzhen, P6 (Improved version)

Pictures given: Student peeking at another student during a test


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Below is a picture of DRAFT 2 of the student's composition. Our students go through multiple rewrites to improve their composition writing skills. We have presented the improved version of this draft in this blog. We have highlighted good phrases that were used in this composition. 


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Cheating / An act of honesty model composition primary sample

Model composition - A act of honesty / Cheating / A dishonest act


With misty eyes, my mother gazed at me. Disappointment was etched on her tear-stained face. From her puffy eyes, I knew she had been crying. 

“I did not raise you as a cheater. How could you be so dishonest?” She whimpered, fighting back tears. I did not dare make eye contact. I was sorry for what I had done. How I wish I had not cheated on my final year examination, but it was too late now. Just a few hours ago, I was not in the black books of my teacher.

 

It was a bright Tuesday morning, and the sky was an azure blue. I had thought it was a good omen, but little did I know that blue would be the same colour as my mother’s tears. I was a couch potato and had not studied for the final year examinations, so I decided to copy Reynold’s answers as he was a walking dictionary on two legs.

Everyone quietened down, and there was pin-drop silence when the invigilator, Mdm. Ong, came in and said, “You may start your exam now!”

Sounds of scribbling filled the classroom the moment the invigilator commanded,” Start!”

I looked to my right and saw Reynold’s hand flying across the examination paper so fast that I could hardly copy anything before he moved onto the next page. He made everything look as easy as ABC. Just then, a voice rang out, “Nathan Ko, what are you doing?” 

The moment her shrill voice fell on my ears, my heart stopped beating. A chill ran down my spine. I wanted to disappear right there and then. 

With trepidation, I turned around to meet the fiery gaze of my teacher. “Go to the principal’s office!” 

 

I trudged heavily towards the principal’s office, and I was given a tongue-lashing from my principal. My parents were also called. My mother was devastated. With misty eyes, my mother gazed at me. Disappointment was etched on her tear-stained face. From her puffy eyes, I knew she had been crying. 

“I did not raise you as a cheater. How could you be so dishonest?” She whimpered, fighting back tears. I did not dare make eye contact. I was sorry for what I had done. How I wish I had not cheated on my final year examination, but it was too late now.

 

After this incident, I was told that I would stay back for one year. Once bitten, twice shy. I learned to not cheat again. 




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