The Masked Woman – Dhiloshan, Grade 8
The Masked Woman One can never tell a person’s true intentions by judging their appearance. The appearance is an illusion, which can hide people’s dark secrets. Adela Strangeworth, a woman in “The Possibility of Evil,” by Shirley Jackson, creates a fake version of herself when she is in public by …
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This argumentative essay is written by one of my grade 8 students, arguing for legalizing abortion.
How Greed Shapes Human Nature – Goldium, Grade 11
This literary essay on the human condition of greed is written by one of my grade 11 students. He based the essay on the story “Lottery Ticket,” by Anton Chekhov to show how greed can shape the human nature.
Descriptive Exercise – Danica, Grade 8
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.
The Benefits of Supporting Ethically Sourced Products – Hugo, Grade 7
This argumentative essay is written by one of my grade 7 students, arguing for ethically sourced products.
Government Promises to Resolve Housing Affordability Crisis by Any Means Possible – David, Grade 11
This satirical news report, written by one of my grade 11 students, criticizes the government’s approach to the housing crisis.
Solutions to Bullying – Alice, Grade 6
This informative essay is written by one of my grade 6 students on the subject of bullying.
Only Human – Kenneth, Grade 12
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.