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Geography Lab

What went wrong with today’s lab? Today’s lab in theory worked. Due to having too many variables the lab failed. Multiple students came up with many different distances and therefore resulting in very, inaccurate data. List all the variables that… Continue Reading →

Blackout Poem – “Death of a Salesman”

In the play “Death of a Salesman” By Arthur Miller, one sees the struggling salesman Willy Loman, worry about financially supporting his family, making sure his boys become successful, and others around him worry about the decay of his sanity… Continue Reading →

DOAS Monologues

These are a series of monologues based off of characters from the well known play “Death of a Salesmen”, because i did not know my group I did all 4 characters for this specific assignment.   Linda: “I am a… Continue Reading →

Lord of the Flies – Infographic Project

In this English 11 project we were asked to create an infographic based the on the book “Lord of the Flies” by William Golding. This infographic will show 10 out of the 12 topics we got to choose from, to… Continue Reading →

LOTF podcast

This is my Lord of The Flies podcast, where i talk about morality, social conformity and herd mentality within William Golding’s novel.     Work cited: “Teaching morality, and getting a growing and undeveloped mind to understand it,… Continue Reading →

LOTF Island description

Jungle: “He climbed over a broken trunk and was out of the jungle”. Mountain: “A deep, harsh note boomed under the palms, spread through the intricacies of the forest and echoed back from the pink granite of the mountain. Clouds… Continue Reading →

Walter Mitty Daydream Six

“He took one last drag on his cigarette and snapped it away. Then with that faint, fleeting smile playing about his lips, he faced the firing squad; erect and motionless, proud and disdainful, Walter Mitty the Undefeated, inscrutable to the… Continue Reading →

“Plot Point Photo Project”

In the short story “Father and Son” by Bernard MacLaverty the reader slowly learns and analyzes the relationship between the unnamed father and son; learning more about this toxic connection one can begin to break down the story plot point… Continue Reading →

Character Sketch – Two Fishermen

Michael Foster, a young ambitious journalist torn between friendship and social acceptance in Morley Callaghan’s “Two Fishermen.” The amateur writer is a long legged young male who is filled with curiosity. Foster wants friends, but would rather be accepted in… Continue Reading →

Capital Punishment in “Two Fishermen”

Capital punishment also known as the “death penalty” was not abolished in Canada until 1976 when the House of Commons passed the bill. By then, Canada had hung 710 people since capital punishment started in 1859. It’s been 50 years… Continue Reading →

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