There is an old, family-run hardware store on Main Street in my town. The owners – a mother, father and their son – know nearly everyone who walks in. They remember the last thing you bought there. They know exactly what you need. I go there whenever I can. But, there’s also a Home Depot … Continue reading Teacher Essay #3: Opening a New Store
In the Disney movie “101 Dalmations,” the Radcliffes ultimately save Pongo and Perdita from Cruella De Vil and adopt the puppies and 99 others and live, happily ever after, on their estate in London. This storyline would have a much dissimilar ending if it were set in, say, Los Angeles, where residents are not allowed … Continue reading Teacher Essay #2: How Many Dogs Are Too Many?
PROMPT: Your school is considering revising the academic requirements for its student athletes. A proposal has been presented requiring students to maintain a minimum grade of “C” or “Average” in all subjects in order to participate in a sport. Write an essay that takes a position for or against this proposal. Be sure to provide … Continue reading WPP Teacher Essay #1: Academics for Athletes