Look & Learn: Train Ride

Look at the image below and respond to the tasks in detail.

– Describe what you see in this image.
– Explain where you think this image was taken and why you think that.
– Write a snapshot imagining you are a passenger on the train. Describe what you’d see, hear, feel, taste and smell. Use lots of powerful language.

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9 thoughts on “Look & Learn: Train Ride

  1. Describe what is happening in the image.
    It Looks Like there has been a lot of rain and it has flooded the road, the trees are flooded and the water is too deep for cars to drive in so a man is kayaking to get to his destination so he won’t get wet.

    Explain why the men might be kayaking down the road.
    Because the water is too deep for cars and he needs to get to where she needs to go so he doesn’t have to walk and/or get wet.

    Complete a story start, introducing the setting and characters as they kayak down the road, into the unknown. Be descriptive.
    I was kayaking down the old Melbourne road, I only had to do this because of months worth of rain, the waters freezing more than usual, the trees don’t need anymore water, they’ve got enough, it’s getting dark, my kayak doesn’t seem to be going anywhere, I feel like I’m going around in circles.

  2. 💺Weird Train Ride🚂

    Look at the image below and respond to the tasks in detail.

    – Describe what you see in this image.
    I see a very long train going over a very long bridge and little houses on the land, at first I thought it would be in Scotland but then I thought that houses are everywhere so I think it is in the UK. Also a lot of green grass and trees. The train looks a little like the one in Harry Potter.

    – Write a snapshot imagining you are a passenger on the train. Describe what you’d see, hear, feel, taste and smell. Use lots of powerful language.
    This is a beautiful sight! To see the country! I’d never been anywhere near a country castle I’d always lived in a Townhouse, this would be different, heading off to a boarding school in the UK with all my friends from London, this would be an amazing day! but then I heard an arrogant girl walk past my door of the carriage she was yelling at the driver before I heard her! she isn’t really nice.

  3. Describe what you see in this image. I see a big forest. I see smoke. I see a train going passed. I see a train track. I see little houses. I see loads of mountains. I see lots of trees.
    – Explain where you think this image was taken and why you think that. I think this image was taken in a country because of all the open area and trees and all that other stuff. I think it was took in a nun known place because there are not that much houses there.- Write a snapshot imagining you are a passenger on the train. Describe what you’d see, hear, feel, taste and smell. Use lots of powerful language. I can see grass. I can see people. I can see smoke. I can see mountains. I can see tiny houses. I can hear people talking. I can hear the wind. I can hear the train. I can hear the tracks. I feel happy and relaxed because it is peaceful. I feel happy because to see all the grass lands and meadows and other tourism stuff. I feel lucky to be able toe eye all this. I can taste the wind, I can taste food. I can taste different flavours. I can smell grass and trees and lakes. I can smell food.

  4. ⚡️ Tristan’s LOOK and LEARN!!! ⚡️

    – Describe what you see in this image?
    What I see in the image is about a dozen houses all layer up against the mountain sided face. What else I can see in the image is a lot of smoke puffing out of the trains cylinder like chimney. I can also see a big long bridge with 11 giant holes in the middle of them which the train is crossing over. There is also a lot of trees and grass to make the place seem like a country town. Thee are also a tiny bit of sheep in the bottom left part of the picture and it looks like they are feeding on the bright green grass. And there is also a ginormous oath running up the wall of the mountain and it might lead to something really important. Also what I can see is large amounts of stone fences to keep all the cattle from escaping the land. Another observation I can make is the little sheds at the bottom of the mountain that they can probably use to store things in.

    – Explain where you think this image was taken and why you think that?
    I think that the image of the train was taken on Scotland. I think that this image was taken in Scotland because when I searched up, Bridges In Scotland, it come up with bridges with the holes in the middle of them. This is all of my evidence.

    – Write a snapshot imagining you are a passenger on the train? Describe what you’d see, hear, feel, taste and smell. Use lots of powerful language?
    There I was. CHUCCA CHUCCA CHUCCA CHUCCA, went the train. It began to get incredibly annoying and it was all you could hear for 10 hours. I saw wall the beautiful mountain views and all the sheep feeding on the bright green grass. I felt really scared because what if the bridge broke on me and is fell to my death. My family would be so devastated. I could taste the sweat running down my face because I was that scared. It smelt like deaf rats because of all the people not bathing. DISGUSTING!!! Hopefully I make it the whole way. GOD BE WITH ME!!!

    Author: Tristan Platt

    1. fantastic job Tristan you have done so much I think it was really hard to do all that and I can see that you have put a lot of pride in your work good job.

  5. Look at the image below and respond to the tasks in detail.
    In the image there is a train and the train looks really long.

    – Describe what you see in this image.

    I see a long train and some grass and trees. I see houses and some tracks. I think there is a road there and I can also see a brick wall and I can also see that it is not very tall. I think people but the brick wall there because it separates the there people’s land and house from the others.

    – Explain where you think this image was taken and why you think that.

    I think that the image was taken in Britain because I can see the house and they sure look like British house house.
    – Write a snapshot imagining you are a passenger on the train. Describe what you’d see, hear, feel, taste and smell. Use lots of powerful language.

    I was on an scary train. On the out side it looks like an normal train but inside it is so terrifying. Two people started to fight over an seat and it made me feel even more scared. The bridge stared clasping the train was so long it took long for my part of the train to pass the bridge. I felt relieved because my part of the train passed just in time. Some people were unlucky.
    Just in the distance was a train stop I pulled the liver so then I can hop off. The train driver did not hear the bell for some reason so he just kept driving on. So when we got to the end I had to walk. It was such a long way. The place that I live in is called grassy land I saw my mum hanging out the cloth to dry. So I knew I was close to home.

    AUTHOR: DENG

  6. – Describe what you see in this image.
    There is a massive large train going thought the stone bridge.
    There is some animals on the huge farmers fields.
    There is 4 cottage on the fields where a train is going pass every day and all night.

    – Explain where you think this image was taken and why you think that.
    I think this image was taking at Europe because to caught the beauty green mountains.

    – Write a snapshot imagining you are a passenger on the train. Describe what you’d see, hear, feel, taste and smell. Use lots of powerful language.
    I can see a humongous train what is trialling though Europe.
    I can hear the trains whistle going of why they are passing though.
    I can feel the breeze though my hair and the leaves falling of the trees.
    I can taste and smell yummy food cooking in the 4 cottage.

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