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cutiecomittee123

  • one year ago

What are some themes you can gather from this piece of writing?

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  1. cutiecomittee123
    • one year ago
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    What kind of student were you? I was a dedicated and determined student. I would be the kid who sat in the front and worked the whole class period while everyone else was playing around and socializing. I would be the kid to always ask questions when I had them. When I had a 99% in a class I would ask the teacher if I could get extra credit just to get that 100% A. as a student I was looking to be as successful as I could be. 2. Do you have any favorite stories from school? Well, one of my biggest stories is when I got a concussion in weights class, junior year of high school, and I had to start doing online schooling because I wasn’t able to heal fast enough to stay in public school. I remember losing all of my friends and turning my whole life around. Of course there were other factors holding me back from going back to public school such as the embarrassment from getting the concussion in the first place. Ironically enough I was the one who never got any injuries in sports. 3. Who were your best friends? What were they like? My best friend growing up has always been Kelsea Miller. We met in third grade because we both were holding our legs pretending they were babies. She is one of those people that you would not picture as my best friend. Her hair is died and she wears a lot of makeup and her personality is carefree. Kelsea was younger than me by about 6 months and you would definitely be able to tell, her maturity was always slightly behind what it should’ve been. This was weird because I have always been the exact opposite of that. Surprisingly we are still friends up to this day. Goes to show that bestfriends can last a lifetime if you work at it.

  2. cutiecomittee123
    • one year ago
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    Also is there anything you think I can do to improve this piece of writing?

  3. sophiaholder
    • one year ago
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    A couple themes: 1. Some people are more motivated/dedicated to school than others. 2. One tiny mishap can change your whole life. 3. True friends are there for you forever.

  4. sophiaholder
    • one year ago
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    There are a few grammatical and spelling errors, but other than that it is great!

  5. sophiaholder
    • one year ago
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    For example, when you are speaking about hair, you use dyed instead of died.

  6. cutiecomittee123
    • one year ago
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    okay thanks!!

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