Silent Film Narrative Assignment

Title: Pip

Pip, a young little pup

applies to Canine University to learn the ways of being a guide dog

however, the journey is not so easy as it seems

for that little pip may experience some issues along the way

his small stature being the big one of them all


Pip’s first-hand experiences aren’t the brightest

while tasks seem simple for the other trainees’

little pip struggles with even the simplest of tasks


little pip seems discouraged

whilst everyone else is having no problem with their lessons

little pip seems to get everything wrong

however, that won’t stop him from trying


instead of going with the norm, pip decides to do things his way

and things start lighting up for little pip

though it’s short-lived

one mess up and it’s all over for little pip


pip now sadden by disappointment

believes that maybe he’s not fit to be a guide dog

as he drags himself off the academy

that is until he sees someone who is in need of help


Pip rushes towards the blinded individual

helping her guide her way back to safety

his heroic act will not go unnoticed

as he is gladly reaccepted into the academy

with open arms and a sense of accomplishment

Ethics of care questions

  1. How do you personally define an ethic of care?
  2. What would be needed to create an ethic of care?
  3. What would we have to believe about the environment to care for it? How should we see it?
  4. How would we act if we cared about the environment? – give scenarios
  5. What would be different about the world if everyone adopted this ethic of care towards the environment? Benefits and drawbacks?
  6. Should we adopt an ethic of care towards the environment?


  1. An ethic that goes beyond justice and the code of conduct 
  2. An understanding of what seems like the more sensible option in a situation 
  3. How the environment help benefits us and how nature is also live creatures just like us.
  4. We would used different more eco friendly power sources/fuels. 
  5. The world would be in a better state than it is now, pollution would be at its lowest, people wouldn’t litter/dump garbage, we would use more eco friendly fuel sources.
  6. I believe it would greatly benefit the environment and it’s state of condition.

Fahrenheit 451 Reflection

For this presentation, my role was the Vocabulary Enricher, I had to find vocabulary/expressions that are relevant throughout our section (Pg. 54-62) of the book and explain what those vocab/expressions has to do with our section. I was assigned with a group of 5, and our group decided one person would take 2 roles while the rest would take 1. I was present for all the days during the project, making sure I stayed true with my role and taking advice from other group members on how to improve on my section.

Blog Post #2: Article – How to be more Resilient

The author of this article talks about the mental Resilience and whether its something were born with, or something we acquire later in life. His article then goes to talk about how brain activity has a part in mental resilience; how high levels of functionality in the central executive network in the brain can lead to better cardiac and metabolic health than those with low levels of activity. After reading this article, it made me wonder what actions i should take in-order to live a better and happier life, and though not all my actions will guarantee happiness or more resilience, I should still have an open mind rather than try to exclude myself from new things.