Grade 9

Mini- Inquiry Project

Stronger Than Love  By Nicole Matonis Tangible? intangible?what’s it to me? It seems that we’re getting too wrapped up in this whole technology thing Sing and dance together and be joyous, but let each one of you be alone, Be alone, like a storm without a sun Be alone, like how I feel when we are together You need a sun…

Mutation Story

Casey the Gene I am Casey the CFTR gene, Linda lives a very hard life due to my mutations. Some others have it way worse though. Luckily Linda’s isn’t as severe as it could be. My job as the CFTR gene is to provide instructions to make a channel that transports negatively charged particles called chloride ions in and out…

Make the Intangible, Tangible

Unseen Forces, they are more powerful than you think.  Sometimes when we make a wish, if we keep believing that it’ll come true it will, but if you don’t believe in it then it wont.  In the chapter Weeksboro, Maine,  Steph wasn’t much of a dreamer like Alexandra, although by the end she changed. ” I haven’t become a mush-headed…

Whirligig Introductory Assignment

  Forgive to the Point Of Self-Respect   The reason to forgive is to forget the fault.  Even though you try to forget the fault, it will always be there.  Which makes it more difficult to admit you’ve done something wrong.  Forgiving someone will only ever be okay to the point where you still respect yourself.  When you are taken advantage…

Pop Can Race

IMG_8024   What combinations worked the best? Why do you think they were effective?      I think that the balloon and hair combination was the best.  I think they were effective because the hair had more electrons to give away than other materials. 2. What combinations were least effective? Why do you think this is?      The least effective combination…

The Veldt Summative Assignment

Our Downfall, Our Fault The sense of feeling connected Like moths to flames We haven’t yet noticed that our actions cause us pain Feeling deprived of what we really need Thinking that the click of a button is how we connect and learn Really though it is creating a world filled with Zombies who don’t know how to do or…

Mushrooms by Sylvia Plath

Mushrooms              Sylvia Plath Overnight, very Whitely, discreetly, Very quietly Our toes, our noses Take hold on the loam, Acquire the air. Nobody sees us, Stops us, betrays us; The small grains make room. Soft fists insist on Heaving the needles, The leafy bedding, Even the paving. Our hammers, our rams, Earless and eyeless, Perfectly voiceless, Widen the crannies, Shoulder…

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