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February Lab Reflection

Gravy & Biscuits  I chose to reflect on this lab because it is my favourite so far. I really enjoyed this lab, I enjoyed making the biscuits and had fun making the gravy as well. Everything tasted soo good. The product turned out the way we thought it would, although I do wish the biscuits…

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Food Waste Plan

In my life food waste happens at home, school and sometimes when I am out with friends. At home it occurs when we end up making too much food and we usually will put the leftover food in containers and eat it another day but once its eaten sometimes there is still some left and…

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Canadian history in the past has been neglectful towards the First Nations people. The Canadians didn’t bother to try and understand their point of views or their culture. These days our society has gotten better at representing the First Nations people and their culture. As well as trying to learn about their identity and life…

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Essay corrections + reflection

persuasive essay-wf7r0l   Reflection: One thing that I am proud of is that my essay was easy to read and I made some good points. Two things I wish I could improve on are, sticking to the point that I am arguing and not rambling so much.


My image represents my fear of row boats. I took this picture when I was in India and we were going for a boat ride late at night. The water levels in the lake are very high and reach very closely near the top of the boat, my fear is that somehow the water will…

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How can one find the beauty in life despite hardship?

    How does one find the beauty in life despite hardship? In the movie The Fault in Our Stars, written by John Green and directed by Josh Boone, Augustus Waters and Hazel Grace Lancaster are both dealing with cancer. The two teenagers fall in love and spend every possible minute together knowing they don’t…

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Astronomy Wonder Assignment

Why do some planets have rings and others don’t? Although no one is 100% sure how the rings are actually formed, one theory is that the rings form at the same time as the planet and its major moons. If the material is too close to the planet, the gravitational pull is too strong to…

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