LTN 2017-2018 ISSUES

23

Let’s Talk Trash! MAY/JUNE 2018

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What was the most important thing you learned writing for Let’s Talk Trash news?

A deadline is set because if it’s after the deadline, our article may not get published. I enjoyed writing about things I enjoy such as space, but I only got to do that once throughout the year. Claudia

It has taught me that writing can actually be fun. Just because you are not writing a whole essay does not mean you are not contributing. Kayla

I learned the importance of a deadline is to keep everyone doing something so we can get it done on its due date. Kobe

I learned about so much and most definitely to be open minded. McKenna Through writing for this publicaiton, I have discovered my internal writing skill. James

would you encourage other kids to write for Let’s Talk Trash news? I would definitely inspire others to write for this publication. James

If a person was not interested in writing, I would not encourage them to do this. Claudia

I would encourage other kids to write for Let’s Talk Trash. You have a chance to be creative and write about anything you want. Mr. Debbie will always include your work in some way. Kayla

It’s up to them, it’s their choice. I liked all of it. Kobe

I learned about so much and most definitely to be open minded. McKenna

Thank you to all who have helped to support Let’s Talk Trash! News! See you next school year!

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