Write a third-person narrative
Write a magazine article about a crime scene involving a powerful Indonesian person's son/daughter who has been kidnapped and held for ransom. Use colorful 'adjective phrases' to describe in detail how many, when, all the character personalities, the smells, sights, sounds, and feelings in the air of the crime scene. Use a mysterious-sounding hook so the reader feels some suspense and include a graphic organizer of your article before beginning to write.
Draw a detailed picture of the crime scene. Below your drawing, write at least five passive voice sentences which describe the evidence and/or victims.
Also, include interview dialogue forms (using first person narrative) with witnesses and other investigators.
End your magazine article with a clincher.