Writing Riot

Writing Riot

display your passion
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
I am a writer and an OCT and TESL Ontario certified teacher and have taught English, writing, ESL, and IELTS for more than 18 years in many schools in Canada and abroad. I have a...

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.
Avoiding Dictatorship – Ali, Grade 10
Avoiding Dictatorship – Ali, Grade 10
This literary essay is written by one of my grade 10 students. He has presented a very enlightening thesis statement, stating the steps that people...
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Multitask No More – Matthew, Grade 7
Multitask No More – Matthew, Grade 7
This personal narrative is written by one of my grade 7 students. He has aptly described a number of rising actions, which clearly portray his...
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A Day at School – Krystal, Grade 8
A Day at School – Krystal, Grade 8
This creative assignment – changing the mood – is done by one of my grade 8 students. He has used the appropriate word choice as...
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My Basketball Boo Boos – Dylan, Grade 4
My Basketball Boo Boos – Dylan, Grade 4
This personal narrative is written by one of my grade 4 students. He has successfully sequenced the events leading to the climax, which is descriptively...
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A Close Resemblance – Annie, Grade 10
A Close Resemblance – Annie, Grade 10
This literary essay is written by one of my grade 10 students. She has presented a very debatable thesis statement, claiming that the line between...
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“Lather and Nothing More” – Alan, Grade 10
“Lather and Nothing More” – Alan, Grade 10
This short haiku and the accompanying commentary are written by one of my grade 10 students based on the short story "Lather and Nothing More." ...
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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.