English 11 Reality

1. traveling

I think traveling is a pretty good way to learn more from the world, and that is what we can do now on vacation. However, it is depending on how rich you are. How rich you are, directly influence your destination choice. I travel a lot, and every time I traveled, I think my thought has been developed, my vision of the world has been expanded. I have more knowledge about the world and will come up with some question for our society.

2. competition

Competition is a good way for people to develop, such as compressive capacity, and can arouse people’s ambition. Through the competition, you may find that you are not that prefect, still need more knowledge. Therefore, you will start to reflect on myself, so that I can see my own shortcomings and improve. But this is moderate, because if there are too many blows, it will be the enthusiasm of the image.

Indigenous Food Map Reflection

The past week has been an important experience for me to understand the first nation in Canada. I think this is a very good learning experience for me, because I have never really studied it, and I have not even considered the food of indigenous people. Our team chose to study and complete our mission to Musqueam, and we learned how they can make good use of the resources around them, from wildlife such as deer hunting, bears and elk to how to grow and grow many different fruits and vegetables. Potatoes and carrots to several wild berries. Another important part we have learned is the importance of salmon. Salmon is one of the most important staples of Musqueam and a source of nutrient intake. And we also learned that Musqueam people like to eat turkey, so we decided to make the most traditional food, Bannock, and match with turkey. Since there was no turkey, we used chicken. During the production process, our team had no problems. The team members helped each other. The result of this dish was great. Bannock was golden and the chicken was perfect and juicy. One thing I want to change is Bannock, which is a bit boring and very hard to chew. We might change the amount of water in the recipe and the baking time to make Bannock softer. In general, this task is very eye-catching into the world of food, my favorite dish is the fruit tart of Unit 2, the taste is very good, the sweetness of Caska sauce is also perfect.

Scenario Q&A

1. Do you think that John and Emily are deceiving themselves about being able to do well in their English class?

They are very confident in themselves. If they get good grades, they are the result of their efforts, but if they don’t get tested, the football team and the ball want to be their excuse.

2. What do you think might be the result of the schedule they are following?

They may miss or not getting good grades in English test, and they may be not can be the king and the queen for than dance.

3. If they don’t do well on their English work, will they blame others or themselves?

They may recall their mistakes when they get the results, but they may also attribute this to the school football team and the dance practice as an excuse for their poor test scores.

4. What, if anything, might you do differently if you were in their place?

I would not go dancing and study for my English Test.

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The first shows that Ralph’s excitement when he first arrived on the island because there was no adult control.”Here was a coral island. Protected from the sun, ignoring Piggy’s ill-omened, he dreamed pleasantly.”(pg.10)

The second one is when Ralph blows the conch. “My ordinary voice sounded like a whisper after the harsh note of the conch.”

The third one is when there was a boat passing by, but because no one looked after the fire, it lost a chance to get a rescue.

The fourth one is when Jack has a tribe.

Through this project, we have a better understanding of the character. And more in-depth understanding, that is the turning point of the article, which time reflects Ralph’s leadership, but also saw Ralph’s change and progress. From the beginning Ralph was able to blow conch, I think this is a hint, suggesting that Ralph may have extraordinary talent. Gradually, he discovered the importance of Piggy and learned to listen to other people’s advice. He will use the father to be navy when the younger child starts to be frustrated and will get help to give the child hope. Ralph does not use fear tactics to win over the kids of votes of the chief of the island. Instead, he makes communication with others uses joy and happiness and gives them hope. Ralph realizes that hurting someone will make them dislike him, so he chooses to be friendly, organized, and highly motivated to find a way off the island. 

 


February Foods 12 Lab Reflection

It’s been one month since I took the Food And Nutrition 12 class. We made a lot of food every day and we have fun. It is always the most relaxing and exciting class of my whole day and I’ve learned a lot!!! The lab I want to reflect the most is the Sunflower Crepes. I pretty like this dish, because, in this dish, it covers all the ingredients I like such as bacon, eggs,  and cheese.  Breakfast is one of my favourite meals of the day, especially when you’re working with the finest ingredients such as eggs and bacon. From making the Sunflower Crepes it was a success, we all had something to do, we had finished on time, and when they were ready and we got to eat them, they tasted delicious. What really helped the Sunflower Crepes turn out the way we wanted them to be was just overall teamwork and making sure to communicate before we had started the lab on what everyone was going to do, so then we would have enough time to eat them and get out in time with having eaten them. When the sunflower crepes came out of the oven, you could just smell the deliciousness. With the sweet crape but the savory flavors inside like the egg, cheese, bacon, and green onion the flavors just complimented each other perfectly. Though the sunflower crapes didn’t look the prettiest the flavor really made up for that but it was a really enjoyable lab and everyone played a part in helping make this lab successful. The hardest part of the lab would have to be making the crapes because it was really challenging for me to flip the crapes and at times I’d accidentally create little holes in the crapes but luckily I had a couple of good ones but out of the lab that is the hardest thing so far. If I were to do this lab again I’d be more patient with flipping the crapes and ask for help if I was having troubles so I can see what I’m doing wrong and seek for the correct way to complete the task at hand. What would have helped to make this lab have a more desirable outcome, is being more careful with the crepes when setting it up. Since we ripped through so many, we were focused more on distributing the remaining toppings equally than anything else. If I were to do this again, I would be much more careful and considerate when handling the crepes. I believe we also took the crepes out earlier than intended, making the tops of the sunflower crepes hang lifelessly and soggy. If I were to do this again, I would definitely be more cautious of the temperature and timing while baking it. This was the first lab that we had done where we really did split the work evenly and communicated effectively.


Settling Into Peace

  • How would you describe the first few years after WWI in Canada? Who was happy, who wasn’t, and why? Evidence?

Workers are not happy because of the low wages and lack of collective bargaining. The evidence in this regard was the general strike in Winnipeg and many other strikes in Canada at the time.
Before these strikes, employers were happy because they had a lot of control over workers and could pay very little.
The veterans were not happy because they worked hard on the battlefield in the country, but there was no feedback. They are also not happy that those who did not go to the battlefield earned millions when they left.

  • Was there any point to the Winnipeg General Strike?

I used to point to the general strike in Winnipeg because it deprived workers of their rights. The government was worried that workers would have a violent communist uprising and they decided to fire all workers. If they don’t go back to work, the workers’ rights will be reduced and the government has to step in.

  • Why did the Liberals win the election of 1921?

The liberals won because they held a middle ground on tariffs. This makes them dislike any particular province, so it attracts more people, so more people will vote for them.