Recently on October 20, we celebrated National Day of Writing. Many writing and literary arts lovers shared their personal reasons for writing on none other that the social networking phenomenon,…Blog National Day of Writing: Why Does Willa Cathe 1 Like Baby Geniuses:The Mystery of the Language(s)
Durring our class discussion today, we came upon the topic of in what language do bi and tri-lingual people think in. Then the question was asked, what language to babies who don't speak a…Blog Baby Geniuses:The Mystery of the Language(s) 1 Like Technology in Today's World
Today, my headphones broke. I was devastated! How am I going to listen to music if I have to walk home?! But more…Blog Technology in Today's World 1 Like I Always Hated Pioneers... Though the title may sound bitter, I promise that this blog post will not be completely dark and dreary with me moaning about how The Little House on the Prairie ruined my childhood… Blog I Always Hated Pioneers... 2 Likes Memes
I was writing some blog posts, facing the consequences of my extreme procrastination, when IT happened. If you don't know me very well and don't know what IT is, I shall explain. You…Blog Memes 2 Likes Too Much Talking?
Last weekend, my mom was watching a movie that had won an Academy Award when she was in high school. I sat down to watch it with her, and after about five minutes, I wanted to run out of the…Blog Too Much Talking? 1 Like In the Heights!
After reading Willa Cather's novel My Antonia, I've been thinking more about immigration than I usually do. What effect does being an…Blog In the Heights! 2 Likes Mr. Shimerda Plays a Significant Role in his
Most people argue that Mr. Shimerda neglects his family by not protecting his family from the harshness of the winter. He also commits suicide, leaving his family to deal with adaptation of a…Blog Mr. Shimerda Plays a Significant Role in his 1 Like Communicating in Different Languages
There are quite a handful of people in the United States that can fluently communicate in two or more languages. Being a part of this group, I consider myself to be fortunate. As a…Blog Communicating in Different Languages 2 Likes
Summer Reading Books
Over the summer, I read Lord of the Flies written by William Golding, The Catcher in the Rye written by…Blog Summer Reading Books 1 Like Wow! What great summer reading!
What makes you feel protected? A nightlight? An alarm system? Perhaps even a football helmet. Everyone has a certain…Blog Wow! What great summer reading! 1 Like My Summer Reading Blog
This summer I read three very entertaining books which were all alike in many ways and all would be classified under the science fiction genre. In fact, the first two…Blog My Summer Reading Blog 1 Like Tim's Summer Reading Books
The three stories that I read were really good stories that I would recommend to…Blog Tim's Summer Reading Books 1 Like Jake's Super Cool Summer Reading
JAKE’S SUPER COOL SUMMER READING LIST
Over the summer I read three great books that were connected either by their style, plot, or even characteristics of a main character. Some…Blog Jake's Super Cool Summer Reading 1 Like Summer Reading
The first book I read this summer was Shadowmancer by G.P. Taylor. It is the first book in its series, so naturally it didn’t have much of an ending. I…Blog Summer Reading 1 Like Shannon Bowman's Summer Reading Blog!
Last year, just weeks away from summer, I was informed that we were going to be required to read three books over summer break. I was immediately annoyed at the fact that we had to…Blog Shannon Bowman's Summer Reading Blog! 2 Likes Blurry Lines _ Jenny Kim's Summer Reading Blo
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