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Works Students Have Done

Our Students' Works

Here are some stellar works and art pieces by some of our students! Our students spend a lot of time and effort to correct and publish their works. 

We are proud to exhibit some of our students' works here!

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Click on this link to read our student's short story!

Short Stories- Narrative

Students write short stories related to the book or unit they covered. Their stories contain details they learned from class and portray characters and events that are logical and consistent. These short stories capture the essence or main ideas at the core of the lesson.

Discussion- Public Speaking & Reasoning
Students discuss the contents of the book and various ideas together with guidance and prompts from the instructor. Discussion helps students bounce ideas off of each other and develop critical reasoning that is both sound and well-supported.

Thematic Project- Art & Presentation

After reading various books that portray a facet of the main theme, students are tasked to creatively and artistically express their understanding in culminating artwork. These works include haikus, trioramas, personal stories, and collages.

Book Reports - Reflection & Summary

Students complete book reports at the end of the book to summarize what they've learned. Through this activity, students consider what main details are relevant for a summary and what are the basic parts of a story (beginning, middle, end, setting, character, etc). 

Poetry - Artistic Expression

Poetry can be intimidating for students. We guide students to construct poems that contain expressive language, appealing imagery, and figurative language (similes and metaphors). Poems include acrostic, free verse, and haikus.


Concept Units - Informational & Current Events

Concept units focus on one topic or theme that is related to the real world. Students read informational articles to learn about the concept. They then read another text that expands on the idea in fiction before comparing the two works to form a deeper understanding of the concept. At the end of the unit, students explain their understanding in presentations and discussions.

Activities Students Complete In Our Program
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