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Identify and explain the introduction of a type of conflict in the story. In Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson: The Last Olympian, A Titan from the West called Typhoon is fighting its way across America to destroy Olympus. Which is located on the “six-hundredth floor of the Empire State building” (49, Riordan). Greek … Continue reading
Identify and explain the introduction of a type of conflict in the story. In Matt Beam’s Can You Spell Revolution, Students at Laverton Middle School are tired of strict rules and “Mind-numbing” assemblies. Some students joined a secret group to start a revolution. This group is lead by Clouds McFadden, a new student that desperately … Continue reading
This is a found poem on “Percy Jackson: The Lighting Thief” by Rick Riordan. This scene is where Percy and his two friends, Annabeth and Grover, fights Medusa – “A hideous human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair.” From Wikipedia.com. If you look directly at her eyes, they will turn you into … Continue reading
“Percy Jackson and the Lighting Thief” Percy Jackson nearly got killed by a monster, now that his Latin teacher – Chiron, tells him that Gods and monsters are all real. “The forces you call the Greek gods, they are very much alive.” (Rick Riordan page 67) In fact, Chiron says he is half horse! This … Continue reading
This is a found poem based on the book “People of Sparks” by Jeanne DuPrau. This poem describes the meeting of the three Spark leaders. They are deciding on if they should help the citizens of Ember (who came from a city underground, they came up to the surface because their city was … Continue reading
DuPrau, Jeanne. The City of Ember. New York: Random House, 2003. Print. This is a wanted poster for the book “City of Ember” by Jeanne Duprau. It tells you why they should be jailed and what they look like.
Charlie Gordon, the protagonist in the book “Flowers for Algernon” by Daniel Keyes, has an IQ of 68. He was chosen as a test subject for a study that triples people’s IQ. The study requires Charlie to go under a surgery. And if the surgery were successful, Charlie will be smarter than most people. Fortunately, … Continue reading