"basic rights everyone should have" writing prompt
It was a simple in-class prompt that was saying if we could come up with a basic right for everyone that we already didn't have, what would it be? I chose the right to let anyone love whoever they want. If the love is mutual and they both think that they can achieve happiness together, then by all means go ahead and trust them. For example, if two women love each other then let them be. Don't be hating on them and calling them names that are really hurtful. It's not fair. This prompt was important to me because I feel everyone should have their rights. To be able to come up with one was even better and the fact that its about love just allowed me to go on and on about it because I really could go on and on about this. While writing this prompt I learned that there are actually quite a few things that we should make a basic human right that we don't have which is pretty insane.
"Exaggerate a moment in your life" writing prompt
As someone with an extremely boring life, being able to choose a moment in my life and exaggerate it was just pure fun to me. I chose to write about a night where I snuck out of the house for the first time and oh man was that easy to exaggerate. For a big I feel like I wasn't even exaggerating, but then again I kind of did. This was important to me because it really helped me let out a lot of ideas and sarcasm that I had held in before I let it all out on the paper. To be able to at least fantasize about an amazing/fun night was really satisfying to me. I learned from this prompt that sometimes it's okay to over exaggerate. People need to realize how you feel and sometimes over exaggerating just hits the spot because it shows people how passionate and true you feel to it.
Book data sheet: author study project
We did an Author's study project where we choose an author, pick three of their books to read, and then fill out a data sheet for each book. This is one of my data sheets that I got 100% on and so I felt I should show it off. I chose to do the book "IT" for my final data sheet, its a pretty scary book but it was very interesting to read. I filled out a lot of stuff like the plot of the story, a summary, character evaluation, and quotes of the book which was pretty cool because it helped me understand the book a little more. It was important to me because now a days I don't really have that much time to actually pick up a book and read on my downtime, so at least I got to choose a book to read as an assignment so that I made time for it since it is an assignment. I learned a lot about the author I chose, which was Stephen King, and even though some of his books were made into movies, his books are still pretty good and intriguing. I really enjoyed studying Stephen King and the style of his literature was fascinating to me in numerous ways.