The Theft Of The Mona Lisa

The Mona Lisa has been stolen!

 

In this task you will write a story; a story of how the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre Museum in Paris, France.

 

Choose one of these character’s perspective to write your story from:

 

  • The Curator of the Museum (The Louvre)
  • The Mona Lisa has been stolen!

    In this task you will write a story; a story of how the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre Museum in Paris, France.

    Choose one of these character’s perspective to write your story from:

    • The Curator of the Museum (The Louvre)
    • The Lead Police Officer investigating the theft
    • The Thief of the Mona Lisa

    In this writing task attempt to use lots of descriptive language. Some examples are… 

    • Adjectives: used to describe people or things (think about your 5 senses)
    • Adverbs: used to describe actions; how things happen.
    • Metaphor: a comparison where one thing is said to be another.
    • Personification: to give non-human things human-like characteristics.
    • Simile: a comparison where things are said to be “like” or “as” another thing.
    Begin your writing here: On a quiet humid Monday morning in Paris, while the officers were hanging around the lounge. Then they suddenly got a call, “112 what’s your emergency?” “THIS IS URGENT, THE MONA LISA HAS BEEN STOLEN!” “Slow down and tell me what is happening,” “The Mona Lisa has been stolen and we don’t know where the thieves have gone!” “Ok have you seen any suspicious activity happen before the Mona Lisa was stolen.” “Now that you mention it there were three suspicious men that came in earlier, they were asking me the way to the painting,” “I did think something was wrong because one of them had a humongus jacket able to hide something.” “Okay do you have any cameras,” “Yes.” “Okay send the footage so we can look into it.” “okay.”
  • The Thief of the Mona Lisa

 

In this writing task attempt to use lots of descriptive language. Some examples are… 

  • Adjectives: used to describe people or things (think about your 5 senses)
  • Adverbs: used to describe actions; how things happen.
  • Metaphor: a comparison where one thing is said to be another.
  • Personification: to give non-human things human-like characteristics.
  • Simile: a comparison where things are said to be “like” or “as” another thing.

 

Begin your writing here: On a quiet humid Monday morning in Paris, while the officers were hanging around the lounge. Then they suddenly got a call, “112 what’s your emergency?” “THIS IS URGENT, THE MONA LISA HAS BEEN STOLEN!” “Slow down and tell me what is happening,” “The Mona Lisa has been stolen and we don’t know where the thieves have gone!” “Okay have you seen any suspicious activity happen before the Mona Lisa was stolen.” “Now that you mention it there were three suspicious men that came in earlier, they were asking me the way to the painting,” “I did think something was wrong because one of them had a humongous jacket able to hide something.” “Okay do you have any cameras,” “Yes.” “Okay send the footage so we can look into it.” “okay.”