Write a post in your blog about the ways in which immigrant people enrich the quality of life in Canada.
Construct a crossword puzzle using names, places, issues, and ideas found in a short story or novel you have read.
Imagine that you are living in the first settlement on Mars. Write diary entries for one week describing your activities, experiences, and feelings. Have your outlook, values, and priorities changed since you arrived on Mars.
If you were to choose a personal item that could be handed down to future generations of your family, what would you choose? Why?
Is love at first sight possible?
What can you do to reduce the damage done to the environment? WHat can your school do? Your community? What will the immediate benefits be? What will the long term benefits be?
Imagine you have been living on an alien planet for six months. Write a letter to your parents (on this planet) updating them on the events of your life.
Write a short account in which you describe a clash of traditions or conflict between generations that you have experienced or observed.
Write a descriptive poem about a familiar scene.
Create a photo essay illustrating a familiar scene.
What opinion might the Fatalist have on the following issues: divorce, environmental destruction, a train wreck, an economic recession, a failed exam?
Create a photo essay to illustrate your memories of your own childhood experiences.
Write a dialogue between you and another classmate about your school experiences.
Watch the video, “The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick.”
Write about how the film deals with the problems of adolescents.
Narrate a story about your early school years. Describe a once embarrassing memory that now seems amusing.
Be a Storyteller. Write a story about a time in your childhood when someone got revenge for a nasty trick that was played.
Write a poem about how a stereotype has influenced your life.
Write a poem about one of your childhood memories.