A virtual gallery celebrating the written talents of LEAD's ELA students.
LEAD's Lit Magazine
Facilitated by Mrs. Farber
LEAD Discussion Facilitator
Facilitated by Mrs. Seymour & Mrs. Villalobos
Students were assigned a vignette from The House on Mango Street. After analyzing the elements of the vignette, students “patterned” a creative piece after that story. They presented all of the literary elements to their class.
Mahtab H. (9th)
Isabel N. (9th)
Hailey D. (9th)
My Name Poem
Facilitated by Mrs. Villalobos
Students wrote original poetry about the origin of their name. These poems were patterned after the vignette “My Name” which is part of the novel, The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros.
Giavonna G. (9th)
Facilitated by Mrs. Farber & Mrs. Jenkins
Students in ELA2 created projects to illustrate a major theme/character/symbol/motif in a novel that they studied this semester. Some students created Found Poetry–pieces built entirely from words of the novel to convey new meaning. Some students created using “Beautiful Sentences”--using the words of the author to illustrate a major symbol of the novel. Others created Character Autopsies–deep dives into character study, or One Pagers. All students were asked to blend the words of the author, their own ideas/understandings, and a visual/ illustrated element to help convey their analysis.
Park Hill Profile:
Document Your Community
Facilitated by Mrs. Ward
After conducting research about issues within the Park Hill community they felt needed attention, Mrs. Ward’s English Language Arts 3 students used their findings as they wrote and created their own documentary films in this real-world application of argument and narrative writing, visual rhetoric, and editing.
ART & CENSORSHIP
Lillian D. (11th), Alena J. (11th)
& Grace G. (11th)
SELF-DEFENSE & THE ZERO-TOLERANCE POLICY
Bryce A. (11th), Vincent B. (11th), Tobias J. (11th), Dylan R. (11th) & Luke S. (11th)
THE EVOLUTION OF EDUCATION
Gemini G. (11th), Gabe G. (11th), Aubrey J. (11th) & Jack M. (11th)
DISCRIMINATION TODAY: A LOOK AT LEAD
Hailei B. (11th), Matthew B. (11th), AnnnMarie B. (11th), Aurora G. (11th) & Isabelle W. (11th)
Baker F. (11th), Lucas N. (11th), Morgan R. (11th)
& Carter W. (11th)
THE DETRIMENTS OF TECHNOLOGY ON CHILDREN
Elijah G. (11th), Gabe G. (11th),
Aubrey J. (11th) & Jack M. (11th)
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AP Academic Research Papers
Facilitated by Mr. Motta
In AP Research, students further the skills acquired in the AP Seminar course by learning research methodology, employing ethical research practices, and accessing, analyzing, and synthesizing information as they address a research question/project goal. They conduct research and implement a developed or chosen inquiry methodology to design, plan, and conduct an in-depth study or investigation of an area of their own interest, culminating in a paper of 4,000–5,000 words that includes the following elements:
▶ Method, Process, or Approach
▶ Results, Product, or Findings
▶ Discussion, Analysis, and/or Evaluation
▶ Conclusion and Future Directions
AP Research Presentation & Oral Defense
Facilitated by Mr. Motta
In AP Research, students further the skills of presenting started in the AP Seminar course by conducting research and implementing an inquiry methodology to design, plan, and conduct an in-depth study or investigation of an area of their own interest, culminating in a presentation of 15-20 minutes and the answering of questions from experts.