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Expanding my comfort zone during G8 Expedition

Over the expedition we learned to expand our comfort zone by trying new things. Some of the ways we got out of our comfort zone: Canyoning Rock Climbing Mountain Biking Canyoning was challenging because for most of us it was… Continue Reading →

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How Could Plants Help Us Live on Mars?

Problem: One problem that would affect living on Mars is the temperature. Near the equator on a summer dad, the temperature might rise up to around 20 degrees celsius, but at night it can get down to around minus 70… Continue Reading →

All about Child Labor

Playing the Blues

In this unit, we learned how to play the Blues. The right hand played the 12-bar blues chords while the left hand followed up with the bass line. As you go down, you will notice that the right hand stays… Continue Reading →

Reflection Paragraph IR I&S

How did the Industrial Revolution change the world? The Industrial Revolution affected everything from power sources to agriculture, and new inventions that changed the way people live, transport, work, and many more. Some advantages were mass production, faster transportation, new… Continue Reading →

Industrial Revolution Cause and Effect Chart

  What caused the Industrial Revolution? I think that the Industrial Revolution was caused by inventions and machines that were very efficient and effective for factories and businesses. When Humphrey Davy invented a new type of safety lamp, it extraordinary… Continue Reading →

Science Disection

Drama Folk Tale ( Monkey and the Crab )

Bibliographies: “The Crab and the Monkey.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2015. Theodora, Yei Ozaki. “Lit2Go.” The Quarrel of the Monkey and the Crab. Lit 2 Go, 1908. Web. 10 Dec. 2015. – Long ago, one bright autumn… Continue Reading →

Reflection for Drama

In my speech, I noticed that I rushed a little bit, and I didn’t have a lot of pauses which would make my speech better. I also noticed that I needed more volume difference so that I don’t sound bored,… Continue Reading →

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