Auditions will be here at Intermediate East on April 10th from 3 - 8pm. Click below to find the attached flyer. Anyone in middle and high school can try out.
Name Generator 8th Grade Writing Prompts These 8th-grade writing prompts or eighth grade essay topics are written for students in grade eight. They are free to use under a Creative Commons License. Click the "categories" tab at the top of the screen, or visit the homepage.
You are in a room with no distractions. The door is locked, the walls are white. There is one chair on which you sit. On the table in front of you is a piece of paper. You know on the reverse side of the paper is written the date you will eventually die.
You are in the room for one hour only and can never return to it. What are the worst and best qualities of the human race? If you were sent back in time to and had to live there, what modern skills and knowledge might you use to help you make enough money to live on? You awake in the year as the first successful cryogenic patient ever.
What killed you back in has been reversed. What are your first thoughts and do you feel lucky or blighted? Continuing on from the above prompt, describe what it was like the day the doctors took you to meet your future relations?
Imagine this is you speaking: A passenger in the last compartment waves and I gasp. It can't be, it just can't be? Will we all live in a kinder, more moral world in years time?
Give your reasons for your answer. What are the main benefits of the internet to society?
You are a teenager, I am I envy you because you have the time to be anything you want to be. Am I right or wrong in thinking this way?
Can you fall in love with someone you have never met? For example, someone you chatted to on the internet? Imagine you wake up and you are no longer in your own bed at home.
Instead you are freezing cold, lying on your back and gazing at the stars. Slowly you stand and notice you are on a large ocean liner; its funnels clear against the moonlight.
You turn to read the name on one of the lifeboats and your heart lurches; 'HMS Titanic'. Describe what happens next.
If there were no laws, what is the one thing you'd like to do which is illegal now? Think of nothing, nothing at all.
Then listen to your thoughts pop into your head, like magic. Where do these thoughts come from? Are we really in control of what we think next? Imagine you are watching the marathon on TV. A runner who looks like a relative of yours who died last year stops in front of the camera.
He silently takes a sign out of his pocket. The camera picks out the words, 'help me' and your name.Through a website, Digital History, I found the answers to the 8th Grade Exam that I mentioned on April 13, Some of you had mentioned you were interested in finding out the answers so here they are!
To see my original post about the exam, click here.. **Update** For updated links and more information, see the post Update: 8th Grade Exam: True or False. Grammar Bytes! Grammar Instruction with Attitude. Includes detailed terms, interactive exercises, handouts, PowerPoint presentations, videos, and more!
What Does My 8th Grader Need To Know By The End Of The Year? Although 8th graders learn different content depending on the specific curriculum at their school, all 8th graders need to know certain things by the end of the year.
Overview of Eighth Grade Learning Milestones. Eighth grade is a year of highly visible progress in reading, writing and language arts.
By the end of eighth grade . Have you read one of Ayn Rand’s thought-provoking novels? Now’s the time! Enter an Ayn Rand Institute essay contest for your chance to win thousands of dollars in scholarship prize money. By Emma Velchek, 7th Grade Journalism Student A long-standing tradition here at Saint John School is the May Crowning, which celebrates Mary and her dedication towards God and others.