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Lauren Streitmatter replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Friday presentations--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"1. I liked Julia Dirkes-Jacks's and Luke Madden's debate a lot. It was very funny and also very true. There are so many ridiculous expectations in the world placed on men and women alike about things nobody has any control over. Why does…"
Feb 26, 2016
Lauren Streitmatter replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Thursday presentation--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"1. The poem that stood out to me the most was Sierra Demulder's poem about tampons because its such an unusual thing to write about. Not only was it extremely funny, it also had a meaningful message behind it. She was so energetic as she read…"
Feb 25, 2016
Lauren Streitmatter replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Wednesday presentation--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"It really stuck out to me when Matt de la Pena said that he couldn't write his book, We Were Here, for the longest time until he discovered the person behind the character. This was the first book he began writing with an extensive plot in…"
Feb 24, 2016
Lauren Streitmatter replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Tuesday presentations--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"I liked how Surya Veeravalli had such a positive message in his writing, even though it was a sad topic. The stats he read off at the beginning of his presentation stuck with me the most because the number of people who die from suicide, and how…"
Feb 23, 2016
Lauren Streitmatter replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Monday presentation 6th AND 7th hours in the group Miss Berdick
"1. I think this is very true for most songwriters and poets because the people that create their own works often get inspired by some aspect of their life that can comfort them later on. When people fill their songs or poems with messages meaningful…"
Feb 22, 2016
Lauren Streitmatter posted a blog post

Virtually Invisible

     Imagine a world where invisibility cloaks existed in more than just the movies. People would be able to easily prank their friends, dive deep into other people’s business, and make a complete fool of themselves without anyone seeing or knowing. Everyday life would become extremely more interesting, and people would never want to take the cloaks off. Eventually, though, the frustration of never being noticed would ruin the fun, causing people to return to a life where they can be seen.…See More
Nov 1, 2015
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Sep 28, 2015
Lauren Streitmatter replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion To Kill a Mockingbird reaction in the group Miss Berdick
"In To Kill a Mockingbird, I respect Maudie Atkinson the most. She is very optimistic, and has a good sense of humor, so even after her house burned down she says, “Grieving, child? Why, I hated that old cow barn. Thought of setting fire to it…"
Sep 28, 2015
Lauren Streitmatter is now a member of The Fremd High School English Ning
Sep 24, 2015

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Virtually Invisible

Posted on September 29, 2015 at 10:25pm 0 Comments

     Imagine a world where invisibility cloaks existed in more than just the movies. People would be able to easily prank their friends, dive deep into other people’s business, and make a complete fool of themselves without anyone seeing or knowing. Everyday life would become extremely more interesting, and people would never want to take the cloaks off. Eventually, though, the frustration of never being noticed would…

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