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Angie Orzel replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Friday presentation--7th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"All of Sierra Demulder's poems were amazing and really caught my attention but the poem that stood out it me the most was the poem about Sierra's grandfather. It was really sad how he passed away and how he wasn't able to remember…"
Feb 29, 2016
Angie Orzel replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Thursday presentation--7th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"One of my favorite performers from today was Emily Kivland, specifically her second poem. Her second poem was about all the violence we see on the news today and it really captured my attention. The way she described the mother holding her dying…"
Feb 26, 2016
Angie Orzel replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Wednesday presentation--7th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"One thing that really stuck out to me during Nickolas Butler's performance was when he was reading a chapter from his book called "Shotgun Lovesongs". He had so many parts in that short chapter that were very descriptive and it…"
Feb 24, 2016
Angie Orzel replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Tuesday presentations--7th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"1. My favorite performer from today was Zoe Che. Both of her pieces of writing were really good and I was especially impressed with her slam poetry. She had the whole thing memorized and she sounded very professional. It had many funny parts to it…"
Feb 23, 2016
Angie Orzel replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Monday presentation 6th AND 7th hours in the group Miss Berdick
"1. I think it is true that many songwriters and poets write about the hard times they are going through. I think people write about their heartbreak or sadness because it's their way of spilling their feelings without actually telling someone.…"
Feb 22, 2016
Angie Orzel posted a blog post

Into the Wild With Me

Into the Wild, written by John Krakauer, is a non-fiction book that follows a young man named Chris McCandless, also known as "Alex Supertramp", on his adventures around the country. McCandless graduates college with great grades, and a successful career ahead of him. However, he decides to give it all up, donate his savings to charity, and leave his family for a journey to Alaska. He travels across the west coast, relying on the land, and anyone willing to give him a ride. As mentioned in the…See More
Nov 1, 2015
Angie Orzel replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion To Kill a Mockingbird reaction in the group Miss Berdick
"The character that I respect the most in To Kill a Mockingbird is Scout. Throughout the entire book, she is only between the ages of six and nine, but she is very brave and smart for her age. She stands up for herself, as well as for the people…"
Sep 29, 2015
Angie Orzel is now a member of The Fremd High School English Ning
Sep 24, 2015

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Into the Wild With Me

Posted on September 30, 2015 at 11:06am 0 Comments

Into the Wild, written by John Krakauer, is a non-fiction book that follows a young man named Chris McCandless, also known as "Alex Supertramp", on his adventures around the country. McCandless graduates college with great grades, and a successful career ahead of him. However, he decides to give it all up, donate his savings to charity, and leave his family for a journey to Alaska. He travels across the west coast, relying on the land, and anyone…

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