Sarah F.

Doubt kills more dreams than fear ever will

A Wizard of Earthsea Style Analysis

So far, Le Guin’s writing style is very selective and vague when using imagery. I’d say Le Guin’s writing leaves holes in the images and our imagination. When we read most books, they give us a clear image of the important things, such as the main character,… Continue Reading →

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A Wizard of Earthsea Anticipation Guide

The statement I chose is, you are most happy when you can do whatever you want. I disagree with this statement because if people could do whatever they wanted there would be chaos in the world. There are rules in… Continue Reading →

Career Interview

The three pieces of wisdom about being a teacher I have learned from interviewing Paige Perry are Even though it isn’t the highest paying job for the amount of time you go to school, it is the most fulfilling You… Continue Reading →

Harrison Bergeron vs 2081

What’s better, book or movie? The question that’s always asked. This is the question that we are asking today when comparing the short story “Harrison Bergeron” written by Kurt Vonnegut, and the short film 2081 directed by Chandler Tuttle. 2081 is a film released in 2009 based off the… Continue Reading →

Serena Williams

“Luck has nothing to do with it, because I have spent many, many hours, countless hours, on the court working for my one moment in time, not knowing when it would come.” -Serena Williams. Serena Jameka Williams is a professional… Continue Reading →

The Danger of a Single Story

In Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s The Danger of a Single Story TED Talk, one of the main points she is making is there is a huge danger of how impressionable we are. The story she told about when she moved from Nigeria for… Continue Reading →

Emil

A short story of one kind hearted man, one thoughtful wife, and one ignorant husband’s simple lives. In the story we see Morley and Dave have a number of interactions with Emil; they both approach their interactions with him in… Continue Reading →

Independent Novel Study

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley For my independent novel I have chosen Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. It was written in 1817 when Mary was 18 years old, was anonymously published in 1818, was republished with Mary’s name on it in 1823, and is 209 pages… Continue Reading →

Star Wars: Through Critical Lenses

George Lucas’s Star Wars: A New Hope While watching this film, there are many lenses that we could explore and look through. There are five lenses we can look through Social Power, Gender, Racial, Character/ Psychological, and Reader Response. When I view… Continue Reading →

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