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20/20 project

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Cooking (hungry response)

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Cooking showcase

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Caffeine myths, REVEALED!!

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February reflection

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Cooking safety list

Fire: Use fire extinguisher (fire extinguisher depends what type of fire it is). This is always last resort for fire, but at least you know its an option.

Burns/Scalds: Make sure you keep the person who got the burn warm with a blanket or cloth. Make sure you don’t rub the burn area. Keeping a person warm will prevent hypothermia when trying to cool the burned spot with luke warm water.

Slips: Watch where your walking…. simple as that. Also don’t run…. because accidents happen more when your running.



Chemicals: Always use oraganic foods whenever possible. Foods that are not organic can be made with chemicals.


Cuts: Use sharp knives, not dull ones. Sharp knives work better than dull ones, so unless you don’t know how to use a knife, its actually safter to have a sharp knife.

Heavy lifting: Just don’t lift stuff that you can’t lift up yourself. Sometimes admitting you can’t lift something up is the correct answer to a problem. Also, better be safe than sorry

Take care when lifting.

How to prevent food poisoning: make sure its actually cooked. Biggest mistake is when you eat a steack or any type of meat…. and you realized you at it raw.

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Waste Management: Ask if you don’t know whats compost or garbage. If you’re not sure whats compostable or not…. always ask. Its never wrong to ask, and better be safe than sorry.

Personal Hygiene: Cover coughs and sneezes with elbow, not with your hands. Its just disgusting to watch someone cook something with their hands when you just saw them cover their cough with their hands. especially when you know their sick

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Foundations 12 (Block C)

From: Matthew Wong, Tyler, Victoria, Tyler

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The Illegal (illegal)

The Illiegal is a book where a boy named Kieta has to run in order to survive. His mom had a heart attack, his father was executed, and his sister has left for university. Being alone, Kieta has to run in order in order to survive. Kieta was a little boring at first, but as the story moved on, he turned into a character where anyone can relate too. however, I can only see it from an outside perspective, where as other people could relate to Kieta more than other people. I love Kieta’s character, he wants to see his sister agian, and win marathons in memory for his father. I would love to see more in Kieta’s character.


Viola comes in like chapter 5 or 6. She’s a sports reporter who is really interested in the people who are being deported. She wants to help them, by trying to get peolpe to read her article. Viola is not really intresting. Her traits aren’t very creative and intresting. She tends to look only on one side of the story, and completely ignore the other side. She’s very boring, she’s more like a regular reporter, wanting to go higher with her career.

John is character that is very interested in the marathon runners. He was creating a documentary about the marathon runners. He really admires them, how they run and commited they are. The whole story of Keita’s life is about running, how you get rich and respect for running. I like how John admires them, shows he’s a genuine character. However, the way he shows his admiration is kinda too cliche. Most characters in other stories are like this, like Sarah Heart from the book series “I am Number Four.”

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Blog post, Statistics



The bell curves was probably my favorite part in this unit. The z-scores was a little difficult because I had to go to the textbook to look at the z-score table in order figure out if I would be in the above average or below, or maybe even in average.

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