This literary essay is written by one of my grade 7 students on the short story “Serpents and Skulls.”
This descriptive piece is written by one of my grade 8 students. She has used many narrative strategies and descriptive techniques to turn the lackluster prompt into an interesting piece.
This informative essay is written by one of my grade 6 students on the subject of bullying.
This multitext assignment, which consists of a poem, a short story, a report, a stream of consciousness, a eulogy, and a letter is done by one of my grade 12 students and is focused on the idea of war and peace.
These literary essays are done by two of my grade 7 students on the short story “The Giraffe” by Mauro Senesi.
These argumentative essays are written by two of my grade 8 students, arguing for and against free prescription medications in Canada.
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Important information about the pieces inducted into my Hall of Fame: They are all written by my students. They all deserve a 4 or a 4+. And I am proud to share them on Writing Riot.
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