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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    My kindergarten classroom was huge, it seemed to me, with shiny plastic tables and chairs and a blue square rug in the middle of the room. Of course, I was fascinated, this being my first time in a classroom. Every day at 8:30, our parents would drop us off outside the door, and we would all line up...
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    (Erin’s house. Erin is sitting in the armchair. He looks sad, old, and tired. Josh enters.) Josh: I’m home! (Silence) Josh: Hello? (Josh walks forward a few steps, looking for Erin. He sees Erin in the chair) Josh: Hi! (beat) What’s the matter? Erin: (lying) I’m fine ...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    When I was little, I never liked to go to sleep. When my parents would put me to bed every evening, I wouldn’t cry or anything, I would just climb back out of bed and continue playing. I just thought that there were more interesting things to do than to lie around, trying to fall asleep. Finally, ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    You might wonder why I'm writing like this I like how it feels like A poem. You might wonder why I'm writing like this I like how it feels Like a poem....
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    I hate getting hundreds on math tests. It’s only because other people don’t get them. I don’t really hate the hundreds, it’s just the fact that my grade is higher than everyone else’s. I hate getting back those tests because my math teacher always says “Only one person in this class ...
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    You’ve probably seen the ads for the Bodies exhibit, that features real bodies. I got to actually see it, on a seventh grade science trip to the exhibit in South Street Seaport, NYC. My science class was pretty typical, so half of them were really excited, half were grossed out, and the rest di...

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