Writing Riot

Writing Riot

To ensure my students' health, all interviews and classes will be held online as long as schools remain closed in Ontario.
Not only will I preserve your most intimate inner feelings and thoughts, but also I can create an everlastingly vivid image of you, which evolves each time your dearest reads me. I am not a photo, doomed to be consigned to oblivion. I am the creator of pictures, pictures that regenerate, pictures that neither erode nor age. I am powerful. My name is Writing.
About Me
George Alizadeh  I am a writer and an OCT and TESL Ontario certified teacher and have taught English, writing, ESL, and IELTS for more than 19 years in many schools in Canada and abroad. I...

My Hall of Fame

Every time my students show a passion for writing, they create pieces that make their way into my Hall of Fame, and that is when you get to read them, too.
Giraffe disturbing residents after owner dies – Jeremy, Grade 7
Giraffe disturbing residents after owner dies – Jeremy, Grade 7
This news report, written by one of my grade 7 students, is based on the short story “The Giraffe.” The news report has a relevant...
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A Greener Home – Alex, Grade 8
A Greener Home – Alex, Grade 8
This persuasive essay is written by one of my grade 8 students. He is trying to galvanize peole to save the earth. He has successfully...
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The Grip of  Obsession – Venessa, Grade 8
The Grip of Obsession – Venessa, Grade 8
This literary analysis is written by one of my grade 8 students. The essay is based on the short story “The Necklace” by Guy De...
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The Jump-at-the-Sight-of-a-Mouse Era – Alice, Grade 7
The Jump-at-the-Sight-of-a-Mouse Era – Alice, Grade 7
This literary analysis is written by one of my grade 7 students. The essay is based on the short story "The Dinner Party" by Mona...
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Independence: A Right or a Privilege?                   – Ethan, Grade 10 IB
Independence: A Right or a Privilege? – Ethan, Grade 10 IB
Independence: A Right or a Privilege? Modern society strives to grant everyone equal opportunities, regardless of their race, class, or sex. However, the beliefs embedded...
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Summary of “Autumntime” – Edward, Grade 5
Summary of “Autumntime” – Edward, Grade 5
This summary is written by one of my grade 5 students. He has clearly introduced the story and included all the major details and characters...
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