imagination: the act or power of forming a mental image of something not present to the senses or never before wholly perceived in reality.
imagination: when students combine the words “lizard,” “zombie,” “brain,” “rainbow,” “sherbet,” and “combo,” in the same sentence.
Another exhibition of my students’ writing abilities. I have to say, I was quite impressed by the creativity.
|Iris, a very capable student, is clearly obsessed with the boy band B1A4 (as are many a-female student). I think this is her second diary entry featuring B1A4. You have to love the influence of Kpop!|
One of my adorable students, Chloe, came up with this idea.
One of my higher level students, Kristen, thought to include the mode of delivery in her diary entry.
I would not mind one bit if this ice cream really existed. Actually, pretty sure if I was to invent my own world this flavor would be at the top of the list of things to bring into existence.
|You just cannot get any better than “raining chocolate”!|
This student, Gina, is always quite logical. What a good idea, especially for English class.
|I feel like some native English speakers could benefit from such a flavor.|
Ahhhh, so sweet!
Oh Tony, I love this kid. He always has a smile and a wave for me every single day. He might be a man of few words, but the idea is stellar.
|A little creepy if you ask me.|
And last but not least is the contribution by one of my favorite students, William. When I ask for an assignment, this kid actually tells me that he (not his dog) ate his homework. I suppose his ice cream flavor should not have surprised me.