May 19 – Lizzie

19 05 2010

Why don’t sequels ever live up to their original book or movie? Well, this is your chance to “write” a wrong! If you didn’t like the sequel, change it! Choose a book or movie and outline the plot to your standards. You could even plan out your own sequel to a book or movie that doesn’t have one. You could decide to select a mush romance, or you could go for a high-action thriller. I know I’ve mulled a few ideas over in my head. I like the sound of:

Batman 3: “There’s a Hole in My Cape”

Indiana Jones 5: “In Search of My Map”

Transformers 4: “Another Fender Bender”

Jason and the Argonauts: “Where’s my Helmet?”

So go ahead and have some fun! You never know your sequel could be the next huge summer blockbuster!

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January 27th – Will

27 01 2010

For this blog post talk about the classes here at school. The ones you like, dislike, or just find boring. Explain the parts of the classes that are the best and the worst; projects, textbook work, or taking notes.

Also if you could remove one class from your schedule what would it be? If you could have more time in one class, which class would you choose? If you could make a change to the schedule what would you change? I would have Wednesday afternoons off and have classes start at 9:30 on Mondays.

Or to make your life easier would you just skip school altogether and do some else entirely? Why?

Posts must be online by midnight Monday February 1st.





January 13th – Tristan

13 01 2010

There are so many famous books that have been made into famous movies(Harry Potter, and Lord of the Rings for example) Between the book or movie, which do you find better?

And what advantages or disadvantages are there to a big screen adaption?

Does it let a character stand out more based on look or are they overwhelmed by what’s around them, express your opinion and have fun.

p.s. Will, if you want to go on a rant, you can.

Blogs must be posted by midnight on Monday January 18th