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Shriya Bansal replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Friday presentations--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"1. I really enjoyed the first performance of the period by Julia and Luke. They addressed a very interesting issue in society in a very comical way. By using events such as future house purchasing expenditures or searching for dates to school…"
Feb 28, 2016
Shriya Bansal replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Thursday presentation--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"Sierra DeMulder was a very entertaining poet and her writing was both humorous and meaningful. It resonated in some way within every person at Fremd and she was able to make a very great impact on us. One of the most interesting poems of hers was…"
Feb 25, 2016
Shriya Bansal replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Wednesday presentation--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"Matt de la Peña was a very inspirational writer, in that he portrayed how authors form their ideas and the process with which they develop their stories. For one, the ways that he formed his characters was very interesting. He stated that the…"
Feb 24, 2016
Shriya Bansal replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Tuesday presentations--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"I greatly enjoyed the writing of Eden Schultz and Gayathri Dollu. They both were exceptional writers who captured the audience's attention through simple anecdotes. Eden's initial descriptions of how she felt about herself before in…"
Feb 23, 2016
Shriya Bansal replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Monday presentation 6th AND 7th hours in the group Miss Berdick
"1. JC Brooks is able to portray many of the struggles and hardships in his life through music and writing. When he is out singing in gigs and having a good time, he is able to really "live his happiness". The problem, though, appears when…"
Feb 22, 2016
Shriya Bansal posted a blog post

The Power of the Past

Pearl S. Buck was no ordinary Chinese girl; she was the young blonde-haired daughter of an American missionary who came to Chin-kiang to preach Christianity. Her hair was concealed by a black knitted hat and she was able to quickly adapt to the Chinese culture by learning the language and following ancient traditions. Through private schooling and a focus on both Chinese teachings and religion, she was able to become a strong-willed amiable lady who encompassed both Chinese and American beliefs…See More
Nov 1, 2015
Shriya Bansal replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion To Kill a Mockingbird reaction in the group Miss Berdick
"Throughout the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee has portrayed the flaws in society’s perspective about the individuals that are unable or choose not to perfectly resemble an ideal person. They are thrown out as outcasts and looked upon…"
Sep 29, 2015
Shriya Bansal is now a member of The Fremd High School English Ning
Sep 24, 2015

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The Power of the Past

Posted on September 29, 2015 at 10:09pm 0 Comments

Pearl S. Buck was no ordinary Chinese girl; she was the young blonde-haired daughter of an American missionary who came to Chin-kiang to preach Christianity. Her hair was concealed by a black knitted hat and she was able to quickly adapt to the Chinese culture by learning the language and following ancient traditions. Through private schooling and a focus on both Chinese teachings and religion, she was able to become a strong-willed amiable lady who encompassed both Chinese…

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