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Friday, October 23, 2009

William's Writing (My Intro)

William is almost done with his 7th grade Language Arts class. I am going to share a sample of a few of his best writings. This was the introduction he wrote for class at the beginning.

My name is William Coquelet. I am an American child with some Peruvian ancestors.

It all started on September 18, 1996. I was a very cute baby boy. I immediately started into gaming and computers as a baby. I lived in Palm City in the community of Monarch in Florida. After a while of playing and growing my Mom and Dad told me we were moving to Georgia. I met a few good friends there. Then one day we found a school of Martial Arts and I had a test run there and I loved it! It was one of the best things about Georgia.

My Mom and Dad once again told me we were moving and I had to quit my Tai Kwon Do classes. I was very sad about the class, but we were moving back to Florida! It took a while, but we finally found a small house and we moved in.

The house was nice, but then things started to get a little messy. After a while my Mom said she found a new Martial Arts class and it was right in our community. My Mom got mad when I said that I didn’t want to do more Martial Arts. But she “enrolled” me and my brothers regardless. I’ve been in this class three years. I am almost a Black Belt.

So now it’s time to look for another house. This time it took two and a half years to find a house. In the house we are getting a dog and we can dock our boat in the river in the backyard. So we finally buy it and about a month later I start Language Arts 7th grade class. So then my teacher Karen Hoenstine asks me to write a biography about myself. So here I am!

1 comment:

Misty said...

Very good William =) ....but the visualization of a newborn gaming is cracking me up! (or perhaps it is the lack of sleep!) However, my 18 mth old is fascinated with computers.... LOL

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