Linear Relations Job Comparison

{{unknown}}Choose two different jobs that you might like to do in the next 5 years. The jobs must pay an hourly wage. Job # 1 __Gymboree music teacher_____ Job # 2  Kitchen Design/costumer service – Woodhaven Kitchens (Dad’s work) The hourly wage for the jobs Job # 1 __$12.87                                             Job # 2      $11           . Here are the website’s links of the jobs http://www.gymboreeclasses.com/en/ www.woodhavenkitchens.net Here is a chart and a graph of each job Job #1 – Gymboree Number of Hours Total Pay 0…

Pop art

In Art10, we are making Pop Art. I decided to do Disney princesses as they are popular and are stereotyped very often. For this project we were supposed to make a collage, but I got permission to sketch my own image. Bellow is my first draft. Bellow is a picture of when I started painting Bellow is a picture of my finished project I used the dots that certain pop art artists use.

Money Makes Sense

Three things that are in my fixed budget Groceries Savings (For future house and car) Pet care These things are in my fixed budget because they are necessities to life. For groceries, you can’t live without food so it becomes one of the first things on the list. Another thing is savings, because for my life in the future I will need money in order to get started. Lastly pet care. I have two puppies, and so they are in constant need of shots, more…

My environmental interactions

How you do things throughout your life and throughout your average day tend to have an impact on the environment, big or small, positive or negative. For every time you go to the washroom, and every time you print off a worksheet it effects the environment. I will now describe one of my average days, to show my environmental decisions and the impact I make.   To start off my day I will go to the bathroom. That will equal about 6 liters of water…

Artifacts of Learning, Engineering Brightness Reflection

          During the past month in my science class, we have been working on a project called Engineering Brightness. This project is about light poverty in the Dominican Republic, and how some people have only up to three hours of electricity today. It makes life extremely difficult for the population. We as a class took the responsibility and decided to fund raise and actually make LED lights to send to the Dominican. A big part in this was our contact in…

How do cells mutliply

This unit we have learned about mitosis and meiosis, as well as sexual and asexual reproduction. The basic fundamental of this topic is that cells produce cells, and the steps on how cells multiply. First I will talk about the cell cycle, and mitosis. In the Cell Cycle there are three different stages, Interphase, Mitosis and Cytokenisis. In mitosis, there are four stages; prophase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase. In Interphase, the chromosomes duplicate themselves to create strands of identical  sister chromatids. Protein synthesis also occurs.…

First People’s Principle of Learning

The first people’s principle of learning demonstrates the most important aspects that me as a student strives to do, not just in science but in all my classes. In my opinion these principles create a learning environment that make you engage, and take learning to a different level of creativity and real life experiences and memories that help create who you are when you are learning. Bellow is a picture of all the First People’s Principles of Learning. Bellow is a video about the principles…

Mutation Story – Tay-Sachs

I am Tay-Sachs disease. I am very rare, but am most commonly found in Ashkenazi Jews, and very rarely in French Canadians and certain Cajuns in Louisiana. I have just been born into my host, a new born baby. Her parents both had one defective HEXA gene. My home for the next three and a half years will be inside the HEXA GENE of my host, specifically in beta-hexosaminidase A, found in lysosomes specifically found in brain cells. I will grow and spread as I develop very quickly…