|Keeping a Diary|
|Filling in Forms|
|The Class Newspaper|
|Problems in Writing|
|Points to Remember|
|KCPE 2008 Composition|
|KCPE 2005 Composition|
Factors in good composition writing
There are six factors necessary for a good composition.
Mood: These are the sorrows, joys, sadness, happiness, excitement, and other feelings that the main character experiences in the story. The reader should experience the same moods.
Tense: Choice, use and maintenance of the correct tense results to accuracy in a composition.
Suspense:This could be created by introducing unexpected twists in your story. Let the reader ask some questions. The questions should be rhetoric always.
Conflict: Always give the main character a problem. Let the main character be seen getting into a problem, the struggle and final freedom.