A Tinge of Gold – Rachel, Grade 9

A Tinge of Gold Diana had just finished her night shift and was leisurely strolling down the street on a busy Monday morning. The street was crowded with people and vehicles. Some were walking their dogs, some were rushing to work, and others were just inching their way in the …

A Bleak Paradise – Ali, Grade 10

This short story is written by one of my grade 10 students. The short story reveals the thoughts and regrets of a teenagers about friendship. The writer’s creative wording in his short story has made the piece interesting to read. Also, the description and imagery help characterize the main character …

Imagine the Pillow Fights – Tina, Grade 10

This persuasive essay is written by one of my grade 10 students. She has presented her arguments against indulging in social media. She has successfully applied the rhetorical appeals to persuade the readers. The rhetorical devices, the vivid imagery, the literary devices, and the occasional first and second person perspectives …

Buying the Perfect Car – Daniel, Grade 7

This script, which is accompanied by google slides, is written by one of my grade 7 students. The script sounds lively and friendly. He has an effective introduction to begin and an effective conclusion to wrap up the presentation. He uses numerous transitions to move to the next slide. He …

Hidden Blessings – Michael, Grade 10

This personal essay is written by one of my grade 10 students. In his essay, he has made very clear references to his personal experiences and observations. The various sections of the essay fit well, making the essay to run smoothly. He has also used various literary devices, such as …

No Secrets – Alice, Grade 6

  This short story is written by one of my grade 6 students. The story touches on a very important theme, which may resonate with many students. The writer vividly expresses the frustration and the sadness in the character’s voice. There is a lot of imagery and characterization in this …